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.ini files on ac graphics - how to

Discussion in 'Screens & Videos' started by andrea_gi, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    yeah, should post them fullsize...but if the difference was more evidedent 1 of the 2 should been worse...and i don't go back in quality...:p
     
  2. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    a try to replicate a bad camera illumination

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    and a some relaxing view after that

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  3. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    second try
     

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  4. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

    Do you find your autoexposure works well for cockpit and external cams? particularly white cars, even the default PP massively overexposes them (min autoexposure is set to 1.2 i think and needs to go down to 0.7ish to be OK) clipping all of the details on external cams, but no matter how you set the target, either the cockpit will end up underexposed or the whites in external cams will be clipped. Im guessing the custom curves in sweetfx might allow you to fix this. e92 m3 in white is a nice test as the hood has nice contours which get destroyed by the default PP at 13.00. either way, needing such a wide autoexposure range will lead to too many undesirable exposure transitions in cockpit view, so my thinking is custom curves or white level in sweetfx is the only solution (separate PP for cockpit and external would probably work too).... if so then i might have to take the plunge and start using sweetfx, or just disable PP altogether, although what I have now is better than default PP, but it seems crazy to have whites clipped, its a shame yebis doesnt offer some of the aforementioned functions like sweetfx.
     
  5. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    sweetfx have a usefull function that shift levels, so i can higher white limit to bring back detail at high light, btw the key for realism is imperfection, and for my pp set i leave a little burning at higher level as u can see
    nur 16.00 radent light white car (lucky you i was testing a white car....)
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  6. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

    ^^for sure a little burning is fine, that looks perfect, if that config still looks perfect in cockpit view then sweetfx really is the only way!
     
  7. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    onboard
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    photographic standard filter

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  8. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    i noticed that clouds are always one side on the skybox...and preatty always in front of the sun...so made horizon white when facing clouds...personally i like it but i know that can be bothering...

    i know that i can lower a bit min exposure but i prefer a overexposed image to a f...g kick in autoexposure...:mad:
     
  9. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

    yeah it looks like what you have is a nice balance, going to test sweetfx later, am convinced a better sky can be achieved and obviously can fix my whites :)

    edit: another thought, perhaps the job can be done in yebis, on TV's white level is usually labeled as "contrast" and black level as "brightness", not sure if lowering conrast in yebis would have the desired effect (gut feeling is probably not but you never know)
     
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  10. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    @ears1991 if you don't want to use seetfx my tv pp set without is great! and the color is maybe better than 03.12.2014

    !!!SO THW KEY IS NOT SWEETFX!!!

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  11. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

    tried your filters, sweetfx and tried a few of the other sweetfx functions but couldnt find a way of bringing back details lost in overexposed whites.

    testing at 13:00 with default weather inis with m3 e92 white, not the end of the world though, fairly happy with the autoexposure
     

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  12. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

    Have you installed my other files or just pp set"?
    Andrea_gi
     
  13. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

    Just pp and sweetfx, so probably not getting ideal results, pretty happy with what I have now though without editing other files
     
  14. burrito

    burrito Alien

    @ears1991 you have windows 8.1? and you use sweetfx? How do you get it to work?
     
  15. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

    I just pasted it in and it worked, I thought you needed radeonpeo but I guess not. It was the bundle posted on this forum
     
  16. burrito

    burrito Alien

    It crashes my game... weird I'll try again
     
  17. burrito

    burrito Alien

    can someone please upload a full set of pp's + sweetfx full download. So many files in this thread I'm confused
     
  18. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

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  19. andrea_gi

    andrea_gi Alien

  20. ears1991

    ears1991 Alien

    thanks for sharing
    so many files, clearly the ideal solution to saving the white details is in one of them, maybe HDR or lighting inis
     

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