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Poupouri ENBs - Extended by MACHIIMACHII
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Added: 02/09/2013 - 12:55AM
Updated: 06/04/2014 - 07:43PM

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Uploaded by MACHIIMACHII

Description

Last updated at 11:43, 6 Apr 2014 Uploaded at 16:55, 1 Sep 2013






Formerly known as Poupouri - Cinematic ENB






This is a cinematic ENB preset intended for use with ELFX by anamorfus (without the Enhancer plugin) and Dark Dungeons For ENB by mindflux and is not compatible with Climates Of Tamriel, RLO, or other lighting mods.






I made this preset to give Skyrim a more realistically grim, moody, and atmospheric feel.
This ENB was originally intended for personal use but since I have yet to release anything, I thought I would contribute to the nexus community.
I hope that you will enjoy the files I have given you as is.
Maybe leave an endorsement ;)
Cheers.






Installation

Step 1
Download the 0.236+ binary file HERE and extract/drop the wrapper version d3d9.dll and enbhost.exe into your skyrim folder

Step 2
Download the content found in the files section of this page and extract the contents of the corresponding folder to your steam/steamapps/common/skyrim and steam/steamapps/common/skyrim/data folders, overwriting any duplicate files.

Step 3
Activate the .esp files in either your Skyrim launcher or your Nexus Mod Manager. (No you cannot install this ENB or any other ENB with any mod manager)

Step 4
Set bTreesReceiveShadows to 1, bDrawLandShadows to 1, bShadowsOnGrass to 1, and bFloatPointRenderTarget to 1 in your SkyrimPrefs.ini under [Display].


Step 5
Enjoy.









Credits

Kyokushinoyama

For his effect, bloom, and sunsprite base files


gp65cj04

For the DOF file


UnrealWarfare

For his Raindrop file


Trilville

For the palette


A HUGE thanks to Tansarville for all the help with the update <3


and of course a big ty to Boris Vorontsov


As far as permissions go I am not allowing a reupload of any kind. So don't ask. You'd be better off asking any of the greats who gave me permission.