Fallout 4

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Movie-like color for Fallout 4

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THIS MOD HAS BEEN DEPRECIATED
IT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY:
CFL ENB - Cinematic Film Looks



Also available: Modern Film Looks and Vintage Film Looks


 The Fallout Film Looks series is my attempt to give Fallout 4 a more filmic look with many styles to suit differing tastes. Each preset features emulation of film/digital grain, anamorphic lens distortion and light diffusion, and advanced 4K resolution LUTs designed from scratch to color grade the wasteland.

The Cinematic collection is focused on advanced color grading. Here, you will find an assortment of some of my favorite looks from cinema, such as the Furious and Stellar presets, while others are more creative. In this collection, I have taken special care to make sure that shadow areas never clip, which basically means no more detail loss in the darkest areas of the game.


With muted green tones and darkened skies, this look is well suited to the wasteland.


A colder temperature variation of the typical summer blockbuster look.


Warm earth tones combine with cold greys and extremely saturated skies.


Extreme teal and orange look. Sort of looks like George Miller's recent masterpiece.


My favorite of this collection, Hampton is an attempt to push the contrast while simultaneously lifting the shadows to "fade" the image.
The colors are very pleasing to the eye with slate greys and dark grey-ish greens, while pushing reds and yellows hard.


Mimics the look of Christopher Nolan's recent sci-fi film.


Almost all color is desaturated here, leaving only the skin tones and reds intact. This is meant to convey a look that feels like WWII.


Installation:

  1. Make sure the Direct X end-user runtime is installed. Get it here: Direct X end-user runtime
  2. Download the ReShade Framework Version 1.1.0f1 here: ReShade Framework Version 1.1.0f1
  3. Unzip the ReShade Framework files into a folder on your system.
  4. I recommend installing the ReShade files directly into the Fallout directory manually. To do this, you will need to copy these three things from your ReShade Framework folder, and place them in the Fallout 4 root directory: ReShade(folder,) ReShadle64.dll, and ReShade.fx
  5. Rename the ReShade64.dll in the Fallout 4 directory to dxgi.dll. (The game won't see ReShade if you don't do this)
  6. Copy your desired preset from the mod zip file into the root Fallout 4 directory and overwrite when prompted.
  7. If you have not done so already, you will need to modify your fallout4.ini located here: %YourPC%\Documents\My Games\Fallout4

You will need to add the following lines to the Fallout4Prefs.ini file below the section marked [Launcher]:

bEnableFileSelection=1

You will need to add the following lines in Fallout4Custom.ini

[Archive]
bInvalidateOlderFiles=1
sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\, TEXTURES\, MUSIC\, SOUND\, INTERFACE\, MESHES\, PROGRAMS\, MATERIALS\, LODSETTINGS\, VIS\, MISC\, SCRIPTS\, SHADERSFX\