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post #391 of 1673
Many Thanks TFL Replica
that helped but farther away edges still has jaggies

Increase search steps ?



Also should I set this to 1
Quote:
#define SMAA_DIRECTX9_LINEAR_BLEND 1
post #392 of 1673
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Many Thanks TFL Replica
that helped but farther away edges still has jaggies
Increase search steps ?

Also should I set this to 1

 

Yes, try increasing search steps. Maybe even decrease threshold below the minimum and see if it makes a difference. Ultimately, you may need to combine SMAA with other AA methods to get the best results.

 

SMAA_DIRECTX9_LINEAR_BLEND is only for DX9 hardware (aka old video cards that are incapable of DX10+).

post #393 of 1673
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Ultimately, you may need to combine SMAA with other AA methods to get the best results.
you mean in game AA or NV control panel ?

thanks
post #394 of 1673
attached my best settings for Battlefield 3

I cant see jaggies and I increased gamma for shadow as many parts of the game are dark I cant the see the enemies !!

FPS gained (GTX 460) 38~50 before it was 30 or under with 4x MSAA !
SweetFX_settings.txt 10k .txt file
Edited by Welliam - 11/17/12 at 4:24am
post #395 of 1673
Link isn't working for me.
post #396 of 1673
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you mean in game AA or NV control panel ?
thanks

 

Nvidia CP, ingame AA (if compatible) or other AA methods via nvidia inspector.

 

You're link is broken. You'll need to zip your settings file because there's a bug that prevent text files with C style comments ("//") from uploading properly.

post #397 of 1673
EDIT: ^^^ What he said ^^^ tongue.gif

You have to zip the txt file. txt attachments don't work
post #398 of 1673
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Originally Posted by Welliam View Post

attached my best settings for Battlefield 3
I cant see jaggies and I increased gamma for shadow as many parts of the game are dark I cant the see the enemies !!
FPS gained (GTX 460) 38~50 before it was 30 or under with 4x MSAA !
SweetFX_settings.txt 10k .txt file

Can you post some shots? Just to see how it looks before trying.
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post #399 of 1673
A quick question, does SweetFX work on 64bit binaries?
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A quick question, does SweetFX work on 64bit binaries?

 

None of the injectors work on 64bit binaries.

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