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post #11 of 20
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i have tried higher fovs and lower down to 60 and up to 110 still the same and it happens in other games not only in bf4
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tried changing res but it always reverts back to 2560x1440 after applying settings,also brightness in game settings no longer works.
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post #13 of 20
Perhaps smart to fully uninstall your Nvidia drivers and download the latest ones.
(Maybe even try some Driver Uninstaller utility to make sure its 100% complete removed before installing the new ones)
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post #14 of 20
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i made a video with shadow play but can not find a way to upload it on the thread,

did you make that with fraps? cause if you did it only show the video it SENDS to the monitor NOT whats actually on your monitor.
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post #15 of 20
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made video with nvidia shadow play and uploaded to youtube,i have latest nvidia drivers installed,might try some older drivers,
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post #16 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by bcham View Post

made video with nvidia shadow play and uploaded to youtube,i have latest nvidia drivers installed,might try some older drivers,

That means you've recorded the source, not what is shown on the display. This means that the video is how the game displays it and everyone else sees the same as you in that video, it's normal. It's how FoV works, you can see more extreme examples if you look at Eyefinity screenshots and videos. Notice how everything gets wider on the side monitors.
Edited by B!0HaZard - 4/3/14 at 4:49am
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post #17 of 20
Quote:
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That means you've recorded the source, not what is shown on the display. This means that the video is how the game displays it and everyone else sees the same as you in that video, it's normal. It's how FoV works, you can see more extreme examples if you look at Eyefinity screenshots and videos. Notice how everything gets wider on the side monitors.

yeah my side monitors do this all the time, its normal to me. its just how the camera works.
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post #18 of 20
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yeah my side monitors do this all the time, its normal to me. its just how the camera works.

just that i never noticed it on my previous 23 inch tn monitor.
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This is normal, i used to run 3 monitor 5760x1080, and it does the same.
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post #20 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by B!0HaZard View Post

That means you've recorded the source, not what is shown on the display. This means that the video is how the game displays it and everyone else sees the same as you in that video, it's normal. It's how FoV works, you can see more extreme examples if you look at Eyefinity screenshots and videos. Notice how everything gets wider on the side monitors.

well no everyone see it's differently since everyone has different monitors. weather or not it FOV every one has a slightly different experience due to other factors besides the FOV.
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