Thanks a lot dudeRomiros wrote:Nice. Reposted in VK.
About Windows 8: I presume that the preset will work if you follow this kind of tutorial for Win 8, but i cannot test it, as i have Win 7.
Presets can be exported/imported in Radeon Pro as its a simple text file (SweetFX_settings.txt).
About the Sharpening:
Its a feature that can be disable. Personaly i prefer with it, but its customisable, or can be turned on/off very easily:
- To completly turn it OFF, open SweetFX_settings.txt and look for this line: #define USE_LUMASHARPEN 1
and switch "1" to "0".
- If you just want to tweak the value of the sharpening, then look for this line: #define sharp_strength 0.60 and play with the value.
About the quoted Otomatic screenshot :
When creating this 'True Cold War' preset i took a special care to tune contrasts and saturation as much as i can without ruining all details, that is why i didnt released the preset earlier. As i mentionned, i will continue to refine it, but so far the result is satisfiying enough to do a first pub release.
I'm aware that with current preset (v1.3) there is a slight loss in darkest tones, but if something is black with preset activated, its most likely also very dark without. See this example (US skin for CH-53) : Base game / True cold war (v1.3)
That known, here is some additionnal infos about this pic:
- It is from a previous alpha version (unreleased) of the preset, which Darkmil had access, so it slighly differs from the public released version.
- There is only a very tiny quantity of models that are very dark in original models, the example that comes in mind is the original skin for french Puma Cassiope, which is nearly black, even without SweetFX.[/list]
It is still possible to customize the contrast but its a little bit complicated as it depend of several values. One of these is #define Curves_contrast 0.18
decrease this value will reduce contrast.