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i love fxaa in every game i have tested

batman city, fear3, skyrim, duke nukem forever

also i tested manually in nfs hot pursuit, perfect
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For you guys using the FXAA injector, do you turn off MSAA in-game or leave it on?
You can if you want. I turn it off since it causes a performance hit. You can run both at the same time without any visual quality problems.

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both versions WIPE THE FLOOR with the ingame post AA which blurs everthing.
In fact disabling the ingame post AA and using an injected one is like having a resolution bump imo as you dont get all the fine details blurred out on textutres.
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I think people don't realize that the ingame "post-processing" is also FXAA. So leaving it on means you're running FXAA twice, which would obviously makes things very blurry. You should use one or the other, not both. The ingame alone does not make the game blurry. You can tweak the injected FXAA to be sharper than the default ingame FXAA version though.


I use the injected FXAA "Hacker" edition. (Makes it easy to see people in dark areas/shadows.)
Edited by PoopaScoopa - 2/12/12 at 8:43pm
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Evga mods getting paranoid (with the help of one of the members on their forum ) LMAO
http://www.evga.com/forums/fb.ashx?m=1453429

I'm running FXAA Danoc1 v1.25 all Ultra AAx4 and no Msaa (love it)
fraps1.png
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You can if you want. I turn it off since it causes a performance hit. You can run both at the same time without any visual quality problems.
I think people don't realize that the ingame "post-processing" is also FXAA. So leaving it on means you're running FXAA twice, which would obviously makes things very blurry. You should use one or the other, not both. The ingame alone does not make the game blurry. You can tweak the injected FXAA to be sharper than the default ingame FXAA version though.
I use the injected FXAA "Hacker" edition. (Makes it easy to see people in dark areas/shadows.)

Yes I know the ingame is FXAA, as do most people, its just less confusing to call it what it appears in the game options. As I also think that most people who go through the trouble to use the FXX injector (or SMAA) know that you dont use it with ingame FXAA.

And yes the ingame FXAA does blur things, its so easliy verfied by changing the option ingame and looking at its effect - which is why most people who prefer to use the FXAA injector use the pre and post sharpening filters as you dont get the blur and loss of detail.

Its isn't using both ingame FXAA and an injected one that togetther that causes the blurring, lol... when i say blurring I mean loss of fine detail.
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I'm running FXAA Danoc1 v1.25 all Ultra AAx4 and no Msaa (love it)

yeah Danoc is nice, but i wonder what you are saying here in bold ??
Edited by slickric21 - 2/15/12 at 4:47am
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yeah Danoc is nice, but i wonder what you are saying here in bold ??

Sorry, lol i always have the BC2 settings in my mind for some reason ,i mean ;
Antialiasing Deferred -OFF
Antialiasing Post-HIGH
http://imageshack.us/f/542/bf320120213160326733.jpg/
and no " blurring"+ smooth edges with my settings
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yeah Danoc is nice, but i wonder what you are saying here in bold ??

Sorry, lol i always have the BC2 settings in my mind for some reason ,i mean ;
Antialiasing Deferred -OFF
Antialiasing Post-HIGH
http://imageshack.us/f/542/bf320120213160326733.jpg/
and no " blurring"+ smooth edges with my settings


Isn't the point of FXAA to use it instead of the post-process aa ingame (which is essentially FXAA ingame?) thinking.gif
    
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that's how i was running for the first month or so (i didn't like jagged edges) but since i got the Danoc1 version and tweak few settings this is how i run it now
    
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Sorry, lol i always have the BC2 settings in my mind for some reason ,i mean ;
Antialiasing Deferred -OFF
Antialiasing Post-HIGH
http://imageshack.us/f/542/bf320120213160326733.jpg/
and no " blurring"+ smooth edges with my settings

You're running FXAA twice. Turn off the ingame post-processing. Just look at the squad mate names in green in the bottom right. Very blurry with both on.
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I've found the best balance of IQ and performance for me is x2MSAA with SMAA_Ultra, ingame post off thumb.gif

= great AA and razor sharp textures
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Sorry to Necromance this thread but I honestly prefer the FXAA over MSAA. You can produce 8xMSAA like quality using FXAA without any performance hit if you customize the settings enough. I wonder if you can inject FXAA to every game...hmm...
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