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First of all, forgive me for bringing up very old posts, but I have questions and want the mods associated with them. smile.gif
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What ENB are you using, or if you made your own, could you PM me the config?
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Would you mind sharing what textures/mods you are using?
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What floral mod/mods are you using?

Any other mods you guys could recommend would be awesome too! I want to give Skyrim that dark, realistic feel that it deserves. smile.gif

Lol at asking AS07 about his ENB the dude is gonna take it to his grave.

I know he wouldnt give that to me, the question to each quote is below the spoiler. smile.gif

EDIT: I guess it kind of is confusing they way I had it setup. redface.gif
     
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First of all, forgive me for bringing up very old posts, but I have questions and want the mods associated with them. smile.gif


Any other mods you guys could recommend would be awesome too! I want to give Skyrim that dark, realistic feel that it deserves. smile.gif

I used this guide http://www.skyrim-beautification-project.com/mods/index.htm I wiped all the mods i had previously and did a fresh Skyrim install 1st though to make sure i wouldn't get any conflicts. (dont forget the tweaks and cleaning section like i did 1st time round frown.gif otherwise you get CTD)

However i didnt use the Skyrim Beautification Project ENB Settings they said to use. Instead i used the RealVision ENB preset http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/30936/ as i thought their preset was way to bright and i thought unrealistic.
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yo man, what mods did you use to get that kind of grass?
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Lol at asking AS07 about his ENB the dude is gonna take it to his grave.

Idk, man, people roundabout don’t seem like the secretive bunch.

In all honesty, though, I’d rather want to get a good understanding on how to produce desired results through ENB than following other people’s guides like I do right now. Problem is, I don’t see much meaningful documentation about it. I get a feeling that all these good ENB setups are a result of changing settings by experiment until you get something you like.
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Maybe he photoshops everything to look so good and there is no secret sauce. smile.gif
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He does refuse to share... tongue.gif

Anywho, ive got a weird problem with my save games and im wondering if anyone has a clue what causes it. (I *think* it has to do with frostfall)


When I go to load my latest save games, it almost instantly CTD's. If i try loading it 5 or 6 times in a row itll load and be fine to play, No CTD's etc. There is nothing in papyrus logs or skse minidump log. The save file has no orphan scripts according to savetool and script scalpel. it happens in indoor and outdoor cells.

HERES WHERE IT GETS STRANGE, at least to me. If I load a save game Pre-Frostfall activation or removal, or if i COC QAsmoke before i load my latest saves, they load up fine. No CTD's, nothing. It works every time. If i dont do this then BAM YOU DONE CTD'ed!

What is with that?

And i found some cool "retro" ENB shots (v0.103?) i dont think ive posted here -









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He does refuse to share... tongue.gif

Anywho, ive got a weird problem with my save games and im wondering if anyone has a clue what causes it. (I *think* it has to do with frostfall)

When I go to load my latest save games, it almost instantly CTD's. If i try loading it 5 or 6 times in a row itll load and be fine to play, No CTD's etc. There is nothing in papyrus logs or skse minidump log. The save file has no orphan scripts according to savetool and script scalpel. it happens in indoor and outdoor cells.

HERES WHERE IT GETS STRANGE, at least to me. If I load a save game Pre-Frostfall activation or removal, or if i COC QAsmoke before i load my latest saves, they load up fine. No CTD's, nothing. It works every time. If i dont do this then BAM YOU DONE CTD'ed!

What is with that?

I know I'm new to this, but have you tried the tweaks to your ini file?
I followed this load of tweaks and havent had a single CTD since (fingers crossed)
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Tweaking Skyrim: INI-Files (Some are necessary, some are optional)
The ini settings are just as important as the load-order. Skyrim has two ini files that you need to make some changes to. "Skyrim.ini" and "SkyrimPrefs.ini". They are usually located in: "c:\Users\(Your user name)\Documents\My Games\Skyrim\"
Just use notpad to edit them.

Skyrim.ini - The following lines need to be changed, or added if they are not already present.

[General]
bBorderRegionsEnabled=0
bUseThreadedTempEffects=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedParticleSystem=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bMultiThreadMovement=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedMorpher=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU

[BackgroundLoad]
bBackgroundLoadLipFiles=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bLoadBackgroundFaceGen=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseMultiThreadedFaceGen=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bBackgroundCellLoads=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bLoadHelmetsInBackground=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseMultiThreadedTrees=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseBackgroundFileLoader=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU

[Archive] * These are necessary for ensuring right load-order, even if the load-order is already correctly configured (Don't ask. smile.gif
sResourceArchiveList=Skyrim - Misc.bsa, Skyrim - Shaders.bsa, Skyrim - Textures.bsa, Skyrim - Interface.bsa, Skyrim - Animations.bsa, Skyrim - Meshes.bsa, Skyrim - Sounds.bsa
sResourceArchiveList2=Skyrim - Voices.bsa, Skyrim - VoicesExtra.bsa

[Display] * Add these lines only if you want to change your Field of View. I personally like 85, but it doesn't need to be. Choose the FOV you like
fDefaultWorldFOV=85
fDefault1stPersonFOV=85
fdefaultfov=85
fNearDistance=20.0000 * If you increase FOV, increase this number too, to avoid looking inside objects near the screen

[Grass] * The Grass settings are necessary for both "Skyrim Flora Overhaul" & "Grass on Steroids"
b30GrassVS=1
bAllowCreateGrass=1
bAllowLoadGrass=0
iMaxGrassTypesPerTexure=6 * Note. If you chose to use a newer version of "Skyrim Flora Overhaul" than 181b, set this to 7 instead of 6.
iMinGrassSize=70

[Decals]
bDecalMultithreaded=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU

[Papyrus] * These settings will allow scripts to get a bit more priority at stressed times. Important for stability when having many mods installed
fUpdateBudgetMS=1.6
fExtraTaskletBudgetMS=1.6
fPostLoadUpdateTimeMS=2000

[Animation]
bMultiThreadBoneUpdate=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU

[HAVOK]
iNumThreads=5 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU * Note, the "iNumThreads=(NUMBER)", should be set according to how many cores your CPU has. (With the maximum of 5)

SkyrimPrefs.ini - The following lines need to be changed, or added if they are not already present.

[General]
bUseThreadedParticleSystem=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedBlood=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedMorpher=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedTempEffects=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedTextures=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedMeshes=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedLOD=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedAI=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bUseThreadedMorpher=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bRunHighLevelProcess=1
bUseHardDriveCache=1
bEnableStoryManagerLogging=0

[BackgroundLoad] * Add these lines ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU
bBackgroundLoadLipFiles=1
bLoadBackgroundFaceGen=1
bUseMultiThreadedFaceGen=1
bBackgroundCellLoads=1
bLoadHelmetsInBackground=1
bUseMultiThreadedTrees=1

[Display]
bFXAAEnabled=0 * The ENB render has it's own AA settings, so this need to be disabled in order for the ENB to work
iMultiSample=0 * The ENB render has it's own AA settings, so this need to be disabled in order for the ENB to work
iMaxAnisotropy=0 * The ENB render has it's own AA settings, so this need to be disabled in order for the ENB to work
bFloatPointRenderTarget=1 * This is need for the ENB render to process light sources correctly
bFloatingPointTarget=1 * This is need for the ENB render to process light sources correctly
fGamma=1.2000 * This setting matches the ENB settings on my monitor. If the settings seem to bright/dark, try changing this
iTexMipMapMinimum=0 * The ENB render has it's own filtering settings, so this need to be disabled in order for the ENB to work
bTransparencyMultisampling=0 * The ENB render has it's own AA settings, so this need to be disabled in order for the ENB to work
iWaterMultiSamples=0 * The ENB render has it's own AA settings, so this need to be disabled in order for the ENB to work
bTreesReceiveShadows=1 * This is need for the ENB render to show shadows correctly
bDrawLandShadows=1 * This is need for the ENB render to show shadows correctly
bDrawShadows=1 * This is need for the ENB render to show shadows correctly
bShadowsOnGrass=1 * This is need for the ENB render to show shadows correctly

[Imagespace]
bDoRadialBlur=0
iRadialBlurLevel=0
bDoDepthOfField=1 * This is need for the ENB render to use blur (Underwater will look terrible if set to "0")

[Grass] * The Grass settings are necessary for both Skyrim Flora Overhaul & Grass on Steroids
bShadowsOnGrass=1
iMaxGrassTypesPerTexure=6
bAllowLoadGrass=0
bAllowCreateGrass=1
bDrawShaderGrass=1
iMinGrassSize=70
b30GrassVS=1

[Decals]
bDecalMultithreaded=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU

[Launcher]
bEnableFileSelection=1 * Needed to load mods

[Water]
bUseWaterDisplacements=1 * Needed for water effects
bUseWaterRefractions=1
bUseWaterReflections=1
bUseWaterDepth=1

[MAIN] * This is recommended, but not necessary. A lot of people get CTD's when traveling, if set to "1". When the safe-game gets bigger with time, that's when the CTDs start
bSaveOnPause=0
bSaveOnTravel=0
bSaveOnWait=0
bSaveOnRest=0

[Particles]
iMaxDesired=1750 * This is needed for the extended fog system for the Climates of Tamriel mod

[SaveGame] * This is recommended, but not necessary. A lot of people get CTD's if set to "1". When the safe-game gets bigger with time, that's when the CTDs start
bDisableAutoSave=1

[Trees]
bAllowLoadTree=0 * Needed for minimizing the chance of floating trees
bUseMultiThreadedTrees=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU

[Archive] * Needed for correct load-order
sResourceArchiveList=Skyrim - Misc.bsa, Skyrim - Shaders.bsa, Skyrim - Textures.bsa, HighResTexturePack01.bsa, HighResTexturePack02.bsa, Skyrim - Interface.bsa, Skyrim - Animations.bsa, Skyrim - Meshes.bsa, Skyrim - Sounds.bsa

[Navmesh]
bUseThreadedMeshes=1 * Add this line ONLY if you have a multi-core CPU

Tweaking Skyrim: Running FNIS (Necessary)

Now run the tool from the "Fores New Idles in Skyrim - FNIS" mod. It's located in: "(Your Skyrim folder)\Data\tools\GenerateFNIS_for_Users\". Execute the "GenerateFNISforUsers.exe" file.
Select: "GENDER Specific Animations" - see FNIS Description > "Patches"
And: "SKELETON Arm Fix" - see FNIS Description > "Patches"
The press: "Update FNIS Behavior". When the tool has run, press: "Consistence Check". Don't worry if it reports a few error. Press "Exit".

* Note. If you install/uninstall mods which include any form of NPCs or mannequins, you need to run this tool again, or the animations will fail.

Then Download and install this http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/25859/? and follow this part of the guide http://www.skyrim-beautification-project.com/cleaning/index.htm
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I know he wouldnt give that to me, the question to each quote is below the spoiler. smile.gif

EDIT: I guess it kind of is confusing they way I had it setup. redface.gif

Wow, that was a long time ago I made that post. I'll try and search through my downloads folder for that preset as I believe I do keep everything I download.. but yea I really have no clue what it was called!

Right now, I use Natural Lighting and Atmospherics and have been for a while. IMO it's the best preset for Skyrim.
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I know he wouldnt give that to me, the question to each quote is below the spoiler. smile.gif

EDIT: I guess it kind of is confusing they way I had it setup. redface.gif

Wow, that was a long time ago I made that post. I'll try and search through my downloads folder for that preset as I believe I do keep everything I download.. but yea I really have no clue what it was called!

Right now, I use Natural Lighting and Atmospherics and have been for a while. IMO it's the best preset for Skyrim.

I'll have to look into those. smile.gif
     
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