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Are these issues exclusive to SweetFX 1.4? Since you have an AMD card, you could try using RadeonPro's SweetFX integration.

 

You could also give Bolotaur's SweetFX Injector a shot. Bolotaur's dll has been coded from scratch so there's a chance that things would be different. Bear in mind, the hotkeys are hardcoded for now.

 

I need to test with some other games before I say anything further. Resident Evil 6 requires a different installation method as you don't put all of the files in the main directory. Some of them go into the Resource folder. Just thought I'd see if it was an issue anyone else has experienced. If not it's more likely the game and installation style.

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Resident Evil 6

 

Vanilla                                                                                                                                 Sweet FX v1.4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following files go in the Resident Evil 6 Directory..

 

d3d9.dll

dxgi.dll

injector

 

The rest of the files should go into the Resource folder which can be found in the Resident Evil 6 Directory.

 

 

 

Resident Evil 6 SFX.zip 231k .zip file

 

 

 


Edited by Lifeshield - 3/24/13 at 3:47pm
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Interesting use of the Cartoon shader to create a new art style. Care to share your settings?

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Interesting use of the Cartoon shader to create a new art style. Care to share your settings?

 

I initially went for a much heavier cel shaded style, which I think really suits the game, but it murders anti aliasing as well as text.

 

I'm still at the point of refining the configuration, I'm trying to find a way to reduce the amount of bloom the game generates (if even possible with SweetFX) but I'll happily share once I'm done with it.


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I initially went for a much heavier cel shaded style, which I think really suits the game, but it murders anti aliasing as well as text.

 

I'm still at the point of refining the configuration, I'm trying to find a way to reduce the amount of bloom the game generates (if even possible with SweetFX) but I'll happily share once I'm done with it.

 

Completely removing the bloom would require modding the game. It is possible to reduce the effects of bloom using SweetFX. Lift Gamma Gain (highlights and midtones), Tonemap (the exposure variable) and Curves (negative values) could be useful in that regard.

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Completely removing the bloom would require modding the game. It is possible to reduce the effects of bloom using SweetFX. Lift Gamma Gain (highlights and midtones), Tonemap (the exposure variable) and Curves (negative values) could be useful in that regard.

 

I'll look into it, thanks. Vanilla RE6 generates way too much bloom. It's not so bad when you're playing on your TV from 5-6 feet away but when you're playing on a monitor from a foot or two away it's just a bit much in places. 

 

I've added my current version into the show post, so feel free to add it and if I manage to achieve what I was aiming to achieve then I'll shoot you an updated version via PM or something.


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I'll look into it, thanks. Vanilla RE6 generates way too much bloom. It's not so bad when you're playing on your TV from 5-6 feet away but when you're playing on a monitor from a foot or two away it's just a bit much in places. 

 

I've added my current version into the show post, so feel free to add it and if I manage to achieve what I was aiming to achieve then I'll shoot you an updated version via PM or something.

 

Sounds good. thumb.gif

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When certain game require files in separate locations, does it do any harm to copy all the files into each location? If settings.txt are both the same? I'm guessing it only reads from one location anyways.
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When certain game require files in separate locations, does it do any harm to copy all the files into each location? If settings.txt are both the same? I'm guessing it only reads from one location anyways.

 

Yes, it only reads from one location. You can find out which one it's using by viewing the log file. As a rule of thumb, the settings file is usually read from the root folder. 

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has anyone gotten it to work with Bioshock infinite? i dont have it yet, but i hear there are some issues? wouldl ike to get it up any runnning with sweetfx the minute i get my copy smile.gif
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