Fallout 4 - Texture Optimization Project by torcher
Fallout 4 » Models and Textures
Added: 17/11/2015 - 01:36AM
Updated: 10/05/2016 - 09:10AM

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Uploaded by torcher


Last updated at 9:10, 10 May 2016 Uploaded at 1:36, 17 Nov 2015

I released a second mod called CRP which sets most of the junk worldspace items to initially disabled. I'm too tired to work on mods right now so things are pretty much how they are at the moment. sorry if i let down anyone's expectations but i just don't feel like modding at this time, Thank you!

Clutter Removal Project


Fallout 4 Texture Optimization Project is tasked with improving the framerate (or "FPS") without sacrificing too much visual fidelity (save for close-ups). To accomplish this, I have replaced the high-resolution textures with properly compressed and resized textures. All of this is done manually one texture at a time to ensure that any buggy files are fixed and the end goal will be a MUCH BETTER playing game ESPECIALLY for people with a low budget for computer hardware and with only a MINOR loss in texture quality.

Extra Info

Vanilla textures are HUGE 2048x2048 (2k) ground textures and 2048x2048 plant textures 4096x2048 tree textures and so on (for example) most computers cannot handle this.

Therefore what I have done and am doing is trying to fix that problem and retain the vanilla art style as best I can, while reducing the texture size, and using proper compression on textures. This leads to a VERY impressive micro-stutter fix or removal! The mod is also a VERY good fps boost for low to mid grade computers with anywhere up to OverClocked i7-3770ks and OverClocked gtx770s seeing massive improvement! also it is the BEST fps boost you can get for the quality retained, without making the game look like complete garbage, which is PERFECT for low-mid grade computers to boost framerates and help remove microstutter. Therefore it can even improve Framerate Stability even on some higher end graphics cards!

--Note: To truly test how much of an fps improvement you are getting from this mod, don't stand still without moving and call that your fps. test your framerate stability while fighting,walking through cities/open fields.

--Note: as of update 0.12 please only report textures that are abnormally out of place to the point it is immersion breaking! This is because as of update 0.12 the majority of bug fixes are fixed. Thank you!

--*update*-- We made it to the top 10 nexus files of all time! Thank you so much for the support everyone! :D

--*update2*-- We made it to one million views! \^-^/




-------Step One--------

To install please download The Base file.
Then download ALL (if any are available) of the update releases.
Then download the ONLY THE LATEST VERSION of the hotfix (if any is available).
Then install ALL OF THESE FILES in the same order.
Thank you.

-------Step Two--------

Navigate to your Fallout 4 Folder at the following location "Documents/My Games/Fallout 4"
Within this folder will be a number of .ini files, highlight "Fallout4Prefs.ini" and "Fallout4.ini".
Right Click, select Properties and ensure that these are NOT marked as read only.
Open Fallout4Prefs.ini with your favourite text editor (we use Notepad++).
Navigate to the very bottom and you will see the line [Launcher]. Directly underneath this, add the following line:


Save and Close
Open Fallout4Custom.ini with your favourite text editor.

* Note that this file was changed from Fallout4.ini following update 1.2

Add the following lines to your Fallout4Custom.ini


Save and close...

Extra Information regarding installation process

  1. Observe the following video on how to enable mods!

  2. Install Fallout 4 Texture Optimization Project using your preferred method.

  3. Nexus Mod Manager:

    Manual (Recommended for advanced users only!):
    Extract the textures folder to ...\Steam\SteamApps\Common\Fallout 4\Data

    Ok, so "some people" have been having trouble understanding how modding works. this is for those people.

    First of all you need 7zip/winrar to open the freaking archive.

    second. you open the .7z archives.

    third. you put the textures folder from the .7z into the data folder of your game directory.

    fourth. follow the rest of the installation directions on the mod page.



Cruzifixio For the outstanding graphical image design for the Mod logo! :D

Commander19 for the tidying-up the description, VERY appeciated! :D

Gopher for the video tutorials, which really help people understand how to do things.