SKYRIM
Naturalistic ENB by Ginger78348
Skyrim » ENB Preset
Added: 21/08/2014 - 04:05AM
Updated: 03/06/2015 - 04:42AM

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Uploaded by ginger78348

Description

Last updated at 4:42, 3 Jun 2015 Uploaded at 4:05, 21 Aug 2014

Compatible With ENB V0.272!!!



Description:


ENB preset with a more natural feel. Very minimal FPS loss. My hardware is not that great, and I can run on max settings at 40+ FPS (55-60 in most places) plus I also have other graphical mods installed that bring down performance. If your PC specs are better than mine then this ENB will be great for you. Don't forget to upload your screenshots, and experiences with my ENB preset, I'd love to hear your feedback. :) Lastly, if you enjoy it please Endorse, it is greatly appreciated, and helps other people find this preset. :) 

My PC specs

-EVGA Nvidia GTX 650 ti boost slightly overclocked 
-Intel Core i7 920 overclocked to 4.0 GHZ 
-ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 motherboard
-8 Gigs DDR3 Ram (Ripjaw) 


Thanks to GamerPoets for the great video.  Be sure to check out his Youtube channel, and subscribe:)


Thanks to BlueCheese85 for the great video.  Be sure to check out his Youtube channel, and subscribe:)


Purity:

Boombro
pointed out this preset works well with Purity, screenshots courtesy of him :) If using Purity, don't use COT.
 









Files:

Main:

Main file contains ENB preset only

Optional:

Optional file, contains main ENB preset, and edited Skyrimprefs.ini (Main file not needed), in case you don't want to manually edit the file yourself. I recommend making a backup of your original Skyrimprefs.ini file.

Installation:

Manual Installation (Main File):

1. Download the latest V0.272 from enbdev
2. Extract archive find d3d9.dll and put in Skyrim directory (normally found here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Skyrim)
3. Now, download Naturalistic ENB (Main), right click on downloaded file, then choose extract, open extracted folder, open Naturalistic ENB folder (within extracted folder), copy everything in that folder  and paste in Skyrim directory.
4. In Skyrimprefs.ini file (Normally found here: C:\Users\Michael\Documents\my games\skyrim (I recommend making a backup of your original Skyrimprefs.ini file))  set values :

 bFloatPointRenderTarget=1
 fGamma=1.2000 (recommended brightness in game)
bTreesReceiveShadows=1 (only if you enable skylighting)
bDrawLandShadows=1 (only if you enable skylighting)
bShadowsOnGrass=1 (only if you enable skylighting)

6. For optimal performance disable Antialiasing in Skyrim settings and set in your AMD/NVIDIA Control Panel Antialiasing to "Application Controlled"
7.Enjoy:)

Manual Installation (Optional File):

1. Download the latest V0.272 from enbdev
2. Extract archive find d3d9.dll and put in Skyrim directory (normally found here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Skyrim)
3. Now, download Naturalistic ENB (Optional), right click on downloaded file, then choose extract, open extracted folder, open Naturalistic ENB folder (within extracted folder), copy everything in that folder (excluding the Skyrimprefs.ini file) and paste in Skyrim directory.
4. Paste Skyrimprefs.ini from Naturalistic ENB into mygames/skyrim folder (Normally found here: C:\Users\Michael\Documents\mygames\skyrim (I recommend making a backup of your original Skyrimprefs.ini file)) If asked to overwrite allow it to do so.
5. For optimal performance disable Antialiasing in Skyrim settings and set in your AMD/NVIDIA Control Panel Antialiasing to "Application Controlled"
6.Enjoy:)

Mod Manager Installation:

At the current time there is no way to install an ENB via a mod manager to my knowledge. If you know of a way, please inform me, it would be greatly appreciated.

Recommended Mods:

In order to have your Skyrim look like the screenshots, I recommend the following mods, alongside the ENB prest (they are not required, but were used when building this preset). 



Thanks:

Bethesda for creating The Elder Scrolls games.
Boris Vorontsov, for creating the ENBSeries.
The Nexus Mods team for this site, I know they work hard keeping everything in working order.
The modding community for everything you do.
Lastly, for the viewer of this ENB, thanks for taking the time to look at it, I hope you enjoy it, and have fun:)