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  1. TreyM
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    I still need to finish documentation and do some more tutorial vids. Until that happens, I have created a fairly long video doing a basic overview of most of the features.



    This ENB was designed for NAC and I do not currently support any other weather mods (yet.)
  2. TreyM
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    If you ask how to disable the letterbox/black bars, your comment will be immediately deleted. ALL THE EFFECTS ARE TOGGLEABLE
  3. TreyM
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    Hotfix 2.0b released. It solves the GPU usage bug that was causing low FPS, as well as fixing the random crash on game exit bug.
  4. oeliza
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    I feel like I'm shilling sometimes a little too much for this ENB Framework, but I have to review it right here and give people some more reasons as of why to use it. This is hands down one of the best coded and organized ENB I have encountered in the realm of Fallout and Skyrim. Often ENB's are thrown together half-arsed and use tons of shader's wrongly or leave shader-files duplicated left and right, not really knowing what they're doing, causing the user to have a bad experience and wondering why the game lags like crap - basically someone just mashed his keyboard ten times and calls it a day.

    I think it's an art to get the most out of it visually while maintaining the performance to a high-degree, as well as offering a great versatility and options for the user to personalize it. That is what Film Workshop is - a great startup ENB Framework which looks great right away but is able to be modified immensively.

    TreyM and kingeric1992 definitely know what they're doing and again, thank you so much for this wonderful ENB.

    To summarize:
    - Cleanly coded ENB Framework
    - Looks clean and great right out of the box
    - Can be modified to a high degree and works superb in conjunction with NAC
    - One of the best Depth Of Field (Looks-wise, how it works, how it reacts, how it can be modified)
    - Performance Friendly even under Extreme Settings
  5. CrazyBoris
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    TreyM, as others said before, this is the best ENB, seriously, you should be very proud of your work, congratulations and thanks for making it available to us mere semi-demented mortals.
    Naturally after the (due) adulation comes the request: Do you have any tips on how to get a close result to Stellar (from your equally awesome Cinematic Film Looks)?

    Thanks again mate.
    1. TreyM
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      IMDB is your friend: Interstellar IMDB Technical Specs

      Interstellar was shot on a few different negative stocks and Kodak 2383 Print stock.

      Look at the listed negative stocks, and use FW to try the various film stocks listed until you find something that resembles the film. That should get a long way down the right path.
    2. CrazyBoris
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      Wow, I completely forgot about that feature on IMDB! Thanks again. I'll put up some screenshots once I get some good results.
  6. Supermacy
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    I've a few questions

    1. Is there anyway to make a shortcut to toggle enable/disable the Letterbox setting in ENB GUI for convenience?

    2. As I'm using this with NAC, sometimes there will be sudden Shading/Lighting fluxuations, almost as if its re-correcting itself momentarily. Do I have a setting on/off/incorrect with NAC?

    3. I've noticed NAC & Film Workshop come with some DoF and Blur settings. How do I turn them off entirely? (I turned just Blur off in NAC)

    4. Lastly, what are the default KODAK Lenses, I changed them to another I liked, but would like to remember the defaults.

    TYVM to anyone who takes the time to reply
    1. sneakers789
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      For #2 it is probably the radiation damage visual effect. You can turn it (and various other effects) off in the Misc section of the NAC holotape.
    2. Drakilon
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      2. You can check your misc section of the NAC holotape like sneakers789 has said. Disable things that may relate to it.

      3. You can disable enb DoF near the top of the enbseries panel in the enb menu. The game also comes with it's own DoF which you may want to disable.
  7. Kanov2016
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    This is fantastic, the Basic Overview video was really helpful as well.
  8. Supermacy
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    Are there any NAC settings that I should be turning off/on or altering while I'm using Film Workshop?
    1. Darnexx
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      Would say no, since this is made to work with NAC.
      I never turned anything off/on from NAC.
    2. Supermacy
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      Okay, thx
    3. sneakers789
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      Actually there are several things you can turn off if you find them bothersome. These are extra visual effects independent of the weather and lighting settings. In the holotape, under NACFX -> Blur I turn off motion blur as I find it unnecessary. Also in the Misc section there are visual effects for taking chems, getting hit hard, taking radiation damage (a big effect), and several others. I turn all of these off except sunlight variation which is a minor simulation of clouds passing in front of the sun from time to time. Feel free to toggle these based on your preference.

      What I'd stay away from touching are the brightness, saturation, contrast, etc options which are better done with the higher quality adjustments in the enb itself. Also when you first activate NAC, select Launch default NAC climate, but then choose no when asked whether to apply the stand alone NACFX preset, as those are unneeded contrast and saturation adjustments meant for people not using an enb.
    4. Supermacy
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      Yea, I turned off these as well.
  9. Alno05
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    whenever i start up fo4 i get this error: "undeclared indentifier "samplelinear"" in lumasharpen.fxh, anyone know a fix?
    1. TreyM
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      Sounds you like you installed it with leftover files from something. Idunno
    2. menialtasks
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      I have the same error.
      EDIT: Don't use custom pack. And it works.
    3. TreyM
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      Guys... The custom pack is in the old files section for a reason... It's not for FW 2.0... it's for FW 1.6... since it's in the old files section with the old FW 1.6 version. Man...
  10. zorak912
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    Any chance to see more preset packs? I know it's easy to set up but I'm not an expert in photography or anything like that.
    1. TreyM
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      Probably not until FW3 which is a looooooooooong way off. I'm currently busy with a few projects before I even consider coming back to FW.
  11. Legioner66
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    I am currently having a problem with my game. I have this horrible fuzziness outlining everything that is super noticeable. I use this enb and also grims reshade I believe its called the lone wanderer reshade. any ideas on how to fix this? Also when I am around radiation my screen gets like black/white effect and I like that but when I travel to the crater of Atom OMG my screen blurs and shakes and basically has constant white flashing around the radioactive parts, is there a way to fix this as well?
    EDIT: DISREGARD this I fixed it! just needed to turn my godrays to ultra!
  12. apart
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    Do the optional files go into ENBseries folder or in the root Fallout4 folder?

    Edit: Nvm I found it.
  13. Mesocyclone
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    This looks incredable, and the tweak and custom settings are unmatched :) Thank you very much!
  14. badfenziii
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    I am having a current issue to have FW work-
    I have reinstalled NAC and FW twice, I have pressed my END button for the menu to pop up, it has not opened up. I did indeed extract the zipped folder into my Fallout 4 directory, and have NAC installed into the new Vortex mod manager. Either that is why it will not show up or something else. I do not know why it will not open. But if someone may help me, I would love it!
    1. MedicalFreya
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      so the folder and the two inis are in the same location as your fallout 4 exe?


      If so then you can change which key brings up the ENB menu if your END key doesn't work
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