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been using sweetfx for a while now. The vibrancies was a great improvement. Is there an adjustment for the fog, haze effects? maybe to reduce it.
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Originally Posted by tango bango View Post

been using sweetfx for a while now. The vibrancies was a great improvement. Is there an adjustment for the fog, haze effects? maybe to reduce it.

 

Could you post an example screenshot from your game? SweetFX can't directly adjust fog because that would require modifying the game and SweetFX only does post processing. It can however make fog less perceptible by changing the tint, darkening it or increasing the contrast. Try playing around with the HDR, Tonemap and LiftGammaGain effects.

post #983 of 1673
RadeonPro allows the use of SweetFX without copying any files to game directories -- which is an excellent solution for AMD cards.
However, is there an alternative solution for Nvidia cards? Certain games are incompatible with SweetFX when copied to their game directory.
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RadeonPro allows the use of SweetFX without copying any files to game directories -- which is an excellent solution for AMD cards.
However, is there an alternative solution for Nvidia cards? Certain games are incompatible with SweetFX when copied to their game directory.

 

Users over at the Path of Exile forums have had partial success, using RadeonPro on Nvidia cards. Check out the thread here. I have yet to try it myself.

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However, is there an alternative solution for Nvidia cards? Certain games are incompatible with SweetFX when copied to their game directory.
What games are incompatible with SweetFX on nvidia cards?
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Originally Posted by jim2point0 View Post


What games are incompatible with SweetFX on nvidia cards?

 

Path of Exile ignores dll overrides and Ragnarok Online's cheat detection system doesn't like SweetFX. It's an extremely uncommon issue but it would be nice if Nvidia users could utilize a RadeonPro-like approach for applying SweetFX.

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What games are incompatible with SweetFX on nvidia cards?

Oh I dunno....OpenGL games maybe?
post #988 of 1673
Still hoping but no one has said anything about whether or not using RadeonPro will allow OGL games to work on nvidia cards in SweetFX.
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Users over at the Path of Exile forums have had partial success, using RadeonPro on Nvidia cards. Check out the thread here. I have yet to try it myself.

Success! Thanks for the suggestion! smile.gif
I actually had tried using SweetFX via RadeonPro on my Nvidia, but didn't get it to work before I started asking around.
The second attempt was flawless however. Obviously the AMD specific settings of RadeonPro do nothing, but SweetFX runs great.
I posted instructions for Ragnarok Online II over here.
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Success! Thanks for the suggestion! smile.gif
I actually had tried using SweetFX via RadeonPro on my Nvidia, but didn't get it to work before I started asking around.
The second attempt was flawless however. Obviously the AMD specific settings of RadeonPro do nothing, but SweetFX runs great.
I posted instructions for Ragnarok Online II over here.

 

Awesome! thumb.gif

 

I'll have to give it a shot myself, later.

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