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For some reason everytime I add a d3d9.dll to m skyrim directory, the launcher crashes when it starts detecting graphic settings and when the game goes to run a cmd box appears for a second then dissapears and nothing happens, however if I remove the d3d9.dll file it loads perfectly fine. I've tried a number of enb configs that used to work, I've even reinstalled the game again and its still not working.


Any ideas? Thanks
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For some reason everytime I add a d3d9.dll to m skyrim directory, the launcher crashes when it starts detecting graphic settings and when the game goes to run a cmd box appears for a second then dissapears and nothing happens, however if I remove the d3d9.dll file it loads perfectly fine. I've tried a number of enb configs that used to work, I've even reinstalled the game again and its still not working.
Any ideas? Thanks

Go into skyrimprefs.ini in your "my documents" page, and change sD3DDevice="Nvidia GeForce GTX 580" to sD3DDevice="ENB".

good luck
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That dragon looks badass!
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My ENB configuration is now complete. I feel I've reached about as far as I can go with it now other than the odd optimization here and there for performance.

 

So with no further ado I introduce the final version of Unreal Cinema.

 

 

UNREAL CINEMA

The Directors Cut


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INTRODUCTION

Unreal Cinema is an ENB configuration designed to give a cinematic, and immersive feel to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It uses HD6's Custom Shaders, Matso's Depth of Field, Matso's Immersive Sun, Confidence Man's Water Textures, Jasmin's Letterbox Vignette & Mindflux's Further Dark Dungeons for ENB.

 

Nights are darker than vanilla by default. I reccommend packing a Torch or having Candlelight to memory. Instructions how to enable brighter nights are included in the Effects and Brighter Nights section.
 

Mods I reccommend using are:

 

Skyrim Total Enhancement Project

Skyrim Distant Detail

Revamped Exterior Fog

Remove Ambient Interior Fog

Static Mesh Improvement Mod

Candlelight Toggle

Optimizer Textures


 

INSTALLATION

Backup your saves and any d3d9.dll files in your Skyrim directory.

Remove any previous ENB/FXAA and lighting esp files to avoid confliction.

Download ENB from www.enbdev.com, choosing v0.102, v0.103, or 0.108 and install it into your Skyrim directory.

Open the Unreal Cinema folder and extract into your Skyrim directory. Overwrite if prompted.

Set bFloatPointRenderTarget=1, bEnableFileSelection=1 & DepthOfField=0 in skyrimprefs.ini

If using Injector, run the Injector application then click hide to tray.

Launch The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, go into Data Files, and make sure the Further Dark Dungeons for ENB esp file is enabled.


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EFFECTS & BRIGHTER NIGHTS
If you have not read this section I will not answer your questions.

Enabling SSAO
To enable SSAO change EnableAmbientOcclusion=False to EnableAmbientOcclusion=True in enbseries.ini.

Brighter Nights
To enable Brighter Nights comment out #define HD6_DARKER_NIGHTS in enbeffect.fx

Disabling Depth of Field
To disable Depth of Field go into enbseries.ini and change DepthOfField=True to DepthOfField=False.

Disabling Letterbox Vignette
To disable Letterbox Vignette go into enfeffect.fx and comment out #define HD6_VIGNETTE

Disabling Film Grain
To disable Film Grain remove the effect text file from your Skyrim Directory. Note the effect text file, not the enb effect.fx file.
 

 

F.A.Q

Will this overwrite any other mods?

If you have any sun or sunglare textures installed the textures in the Sky folder will overwrite them. If you do not want to overwrite them then do not install the Sky folder. If you do not like the sunglare effect then remove the sunglare.dds file from Data -> Textures -> Sky.

This file will also add a waterfoam texture that decreases the brightnes of water foam which allows fire intensity to be increased. This may overwrite other water textures installed. If you do not want to overwrite them then do not install the Effects folder. If you wish to remove this texture remove fxwhitewater01.dds from Data -> Textures -> Effects.

 


Why is everything dark/bright?
This is likely caused by the difference in monitor settings. Just increase your in game brightness level a little to a level that you are comfortable with. To increase brightness of nights only see the Effects and Brighter Nights section. You should be able to "only just" make your way around at night without a Torch.
 


I don't have great performance
ENB can be very taxing on an average system. If you have a GPU with limited VRAM, and tons of large texture mods installed, this can cause performance issues.
Try enabling the FPS limiter in game by pressing the Home key. This can make the game smoother at the cost of slightly increased loading times.
Failing that try disabling some of the effects. Depth of Field, SSAO, Vignette, and Film Grain can all have a performance cost with ENB. So try disabling them if you find the performance just isn't enough.
You can also try using a texture compressor to improve your performance. I have a complete S.T.E.P installed and got a 7FPS increase aswell as improved performance overall.

Lastly you can use 0.108 for better performance but you'll suffer some side effects, like not being able to use SSAO or Depth of Field. Some distant terrain looks out of place too.
It's also worth noting that no ENB can ever be one hundred percent perfect for performance (until it is optimised by it's developer) without alot of quality resources being cutback. What's good for one person may not neccessarily be good for someone else. This is the case with every ENB, even those geared towards high performance.
With that in mind I won't lie to you, this is a configuration aimed at visual quality over performance for high end users, so don't be surprised if your average system cannot handle the full configuration. Feel free to try though. :)
 


My grass is sometimes ghosting.

Post Patch 1.5 grass causes ghosting, mainly viewable on Tundra grass.


I cannot see underwater.

Post Patch 1.5 cause zero visibility when swimming underwater. Disable Depth of Field in skyrimprefs.ini. Set DepthOfField=0


How can I alter a setting I dislike?

If you wish to edit the ENB more to your personal taste then I reccommend checking out the Guide to ENB Series mods. If that doesn't answer your question then feel free to ask me on the comments section and I'll try my best to help.


Is there an in game FPS counter?

Yes. If you wish to enable the ENB FPS Counter, press * on your number pad.


How can I take a screenshot with all the effects applied?

If you wish to take a screenshot, press Insert. This will ensure the screenshot is taken with all effects applied.


Is there any way to disable the ENB in game?

If you wish to disable the ENB, press Shift+F12.

 

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CREDITS

Unreal Warfare (ENB Profile Configuration & Mod Compilation)
Boris Vorontsov (ENB Series)
HeliosDoubleSix (Custom ENB Shaders)
Matso (Custom Depth of Field, Immersive Sun, Pallettes)
Jasmin (Letterbox Vignette)
Mindflux (Further Dark Dungeons for ENB)
Confidence Man (Dark Water Foam Texture for ENB)

Also a big thankyou to everyone who has supported my work.

 

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Edited by Lifeshield - 4/18/12 at 2:06am
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My ENB configuration is now complete. I feel I've reached about as far as I can go with it now other than the odd optimization here and there for performance.

I'll have to download this later and give it a try for kicks. Thanks for sharing it with us, massive props for putting in the commitment to get these ENB configs put together. I know it takes a lot of work and endless hours of tweaking one setting to look amazing in one lighting condition and then mess up in another. And that goes out to all of the other people who've released their configs on here. You all simply don't get the proper amount of recognition for your hard work. Hopefully I can fill that gap in a little. thumb.gif
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the screen you see is how it look like?
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I'll have to download this later and give it a try for kicks. Thanks for sharing it with us, massive props for putting in the commitment to get these ENB configs put together. I know it takes a lot of work and endless hours of tweaking one setting to look amazing in one lighting condition and then mess up in another. And that goes out to all of the other people who've released their configs on here. You all simply don't get the proper amount of recognition for your hard work. Hopefully I can fill that gap in a little. thumb.gif
 

Yeah, hours isn't the word. I think this has been ongoing, on and off since I discovered ENB, lol.



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the screen you see is how it look like?

 

Most of my past screenshots were achieved with this ENB configuration (including the ones on the file description). There's a few minor changes but more in colour adjustment to fix things that looked out of place (like faces being too pale, or reflection banding on skin).

 

Here's a few I just took a few minutes ago to give you an idea of what it looks like with the HUD up etc. Just random screenshots, nothing special or dressed up.

 

tfc 1 + tm

 

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Third person idle with weapon drawn

 

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Killcam

 

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First person with bow

 

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For some reason everytime I add a d3d9.dll to m skyrim directory, the launcher crashes when it starts detecting graphic settings and when the game goes to run a cmd box appears for a second then dissapears and nothing happens, however if I remove the d3d9.dll file it loads perfectly fine. I've tried a number of enb configs that used to work, I've even reinstalled the game again and its still not working.
Any ideas? Thanks

Go into skyrimprefs.ini in your "my documents" page, and change sD3DDevice="Nvidia GeForce GTX 580" to sD3DDevice="ENB".

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For some reason everytime I add a d3d9.dll to m skyrim directory, the launcher crashes when it starts detecting graphic settings and when the game goes to run a cmd box appears for a second then dissapears and nothing happens, however if I remove the d3d9.dll file it loads perfectly fine. I've tried a number of enb configs that used to work, I've even reinstalled the game again and its still not working.


Any ideas? Thanks

MetallicAcid -

Are you using SKSE? The only time a Command window pops up for me is when I launch the game with the SKSE launcher.

When you are installing ENB profiles, are you getting the binaries from Boris' website or just drag and dropping the profile stuff into your Skyrim folder? If you have the binaries from Boris the following should happen. When you launch the game, Skyrim will detect the ENB binaries and change the sD3DDevice to ENB then show you a message that says Video Hardware deteced or some such and your Video Settings will be changed. To confirm that the change to ENB was made, you can open your Skyrimprefs.ini and look for sD3DDevice whereupon it should say ENB.

If you manually change it to say ENB and don't have legitimate Binaries installed, Skyrim will simply change it back to "Your GPU Here".

I highly recommend you carefully read Lifeshield's last post and follow the installation instructions to the letter. To be clear, Boris does not allow his binaries to be hosted anywhere but his website. So if you download a Profile from Nexus, or here, or somewhere else and don't get his Binaries from him (Free) it won't work.

The Binaries are the .dlls in the folder. So, for instance, download someone's ENB profile. Open the folder and put everything in your Skyrim folder. Then download the ENB .102 from Boris, open that folder, then only copy the dlls into your Skyrim folder. (the one with TESV.exe)

FYI, I find that Boris' website doesn't load right for me without using IE (insert yuk face here)
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To be clear, Boris does not allow his binaries to be hosted anywhere but his website.

 

It's just the Nexus he doesn't allow the binaries to be uploaded to, you can upload them anywhere else (at least until he says otherwise), for future reference.

 

 

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From now, license changes and posting any ENBSeries binary files strictly prohibited on nexus sites, only presets and shaders possible (dll or exe are binary, not allowed). All existing files must to be modified or they will be deleted by request.

 

 

I don't actually see it in his license agreement though (though I honour his request on the Nexus). :)

 

Quote:

LICENSE AGREEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION RULES:

 

1 Copyrights of the ENBSeries (the SOFTWARE) exclusively belongs to AUTHOR - Vorontsov Boris (ENB developer).
2 ENBSeries is DonateWare application (freeware), which means you may or may not pay for this software to the author as donation.
3 Software provided "AS IS", without warranty of any kind, use it on your own risk.
4 You agree not to change or remove any parts of software (files in archive or installer) without author permission. Decompilation, reverse enginering, disassembling, debugging or changing resources of software is prohibited.
5 You may use and distribute software in commercial or non-commercial purposes. For commercial use it is required to warn about using this software (in credits, on the box or other places). Commercial distribution of software as part of the games without author permission prohibited.
6 Author reserve the right to change these license agreement.
7 All the rights, not described in this license agreement belongs to author.
8 You allowed to add new files to ENBSeries archive or installer.
9 You may sell presets, shaders, bitmaps, documentation and any other components for ENBSeries, except binary files (dll, exe) created by author of ENBSeries.
10 Custom presets, shaders, bitmaps, documentation and any other components for ENBSeries belongs to their authors and may have copyrights and license.

By executing the ENBSeries you accepting terms of use and this license agreement.

 

 

 


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