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Which one would you take over the other if you had to choose?
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Whoever posted the most recent version. They really both look great and are eerily similar in all aspects (lighting, sharpness, contrast, color saturation).
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Would you happen to have links? I'm having trouble finding them (I'm looking under 'name' then 'injfx'). Are they on Skyrim Nexus? This thread keeps on showing up when I Google search it too rolleyes.gif.
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Would you happen to have links? I'm having trouble finding them (I'm looking under 'name' then 'injfx'). Are they on Skyrim Nexus? This thread keeps on showing up when I Google search it too rolleyes.gif.

I don't think this is his latest, but I also don't think he has posted his latest yet. This one is very very good though.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1165090/your-best-skyrim-awesome-pictures/1320#post_16243175
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Here's my latest FXAA profile settings with lighting mods and sky textures included if you want to try it out, to save you trawling through 10 pages to find it. This is a newer version than the one Evensen007 just posted.

 

Lifeshields FXAA Profile Settings.zip 727k .zip file

 

Installation instructions should be in the Readme file included. If you have any difficulty with installation let me know.

 

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Be aware that nights are dark and will require the use of a torch. This was done purposefully for immersion.

 

Bare in mind also in the pics I have about 6gb of texture mods installed. I reccomend using Skyrim Total Enhancement Project (S.T.E.P) to find the right mods and the right parts of them to install. You can search this on the Skyrim Nexus. If you have any questions about a particular mod please feel free to ask here, I'm sure someone will be able to advise you.

 

I am also working on an AMD friendly ENB profile aswell so keep your eyes open for that in the near future. You can see a screenshot of how this is shaping up below.
 

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Edited by Lifeshield - 1/30/12 at 3:34pm
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Would you happen to have links? I'm having trouble finding them (I'm looking under 'name' then 'injfx'). Are they on Skyrim Nexus? This thread keeps on showing up when I Google search it too rolleyes.gif.

You would probably get better results PM'ing them directly. As for which one is better? Hard to say as they both look great. Really, it is all about finding a balance on your configuration because every computer and monitor is going to look a bit difference. What it looks like to him may be different on yours as well.
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Depends on a combination of monitor size and viewing distance. I guess you could throw in a bit of variance in personal preference too.
Some good FOV science here (from a game designer's perspective) if you are interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blZUao2jTGA

Thanks. I've seen that video before and there are a couple of things I don't understand. Shouldn't the person be adjusting their viewing distance instead of the camera lens, which ends up distorting the image unless you are looking straight ahead? IRL, I don't always move my head to look at something but rather just move my eyes and objects shapes are not distorted in my peripheral vision. They become blurry but their shape stays normalized.. Raising the FOV doesn't allow this unless looking at stretched objects is ok with you. I think personal preference has the most to do with it instead of a "bit" of it.
Edited by Slightly skewed - 1/26/12 at 2:22pm
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Thanks. I've seen that video before and there are a couple of things I don't understand. Shouldn't the person be adjusting their viewing distance instead of the camera lens, which ends up distorting the image unless you are looking straight ahead? IRL, I don't always move my head to look at something but rather just move my eyes and objects shapes are not distorted in my peripheral vision. They become blurry but their shape stays normalized.. Raising the FOV doesn't allow this unless looking at stretched objects is ok with you. I think personal preference has the most to do with it instead of a "bit" of it.

Personal preference is actually the great majority of it, but a lot of things can factor into personal preference, such as:

- Processor type
- Video card type
- Resolution
- Monitor viewing distance
- Monitor viewing angle
- Monitor color reproduction
- Monitor calibration

Then you have color interpretation, depth perception, peripheral vision range, response time, ect. biggrin.gif This is why it is so hard for developers to make a game immersive for the great majority of customers. frown.gif
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evensen007 - Thank you! Skyrim is shaping up much nicer, and FPS boost to boot!

Lifeshield - It's looking really quite pretty now, thank you thumb.gif. Any favorite mods you would recommend? After removing some mods (replacing them with S.T.E.P, your FXAA settings) I've had a huge FPS boost. Though I'm not sure how much, do you know of a mod that has a FPS gauge on it?

I'm liking that there ENB profile. I'll be waiting for sure.

OC'ing Noob - Thank you smile.gif. It will, but hopefully I'll find pretty shortly what looks best!
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http://www.fraps.com/download.php

Running that and then going into the game will display FPS in one of the corners smile.gif
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