Fallout New Vegas

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caleb gamman

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About this mod

A simple, lightweight preset, that aims to update the look of the game without going too far. With a light grade, some tasteful shaders, the goal is to be an ENB that you'll forget that is even there.

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After becoming frustrated with all the ENBs I tried being too extreme, I've made this little preset. As part of my quest to update the vanilla experience to 2020



Comparison images available here (https://calebgamman.com/fixingfalloutnewvegas/enb)
INSTALLATION

  1. Download the latest ENB Binaries http://enbdev.com/download_mod_falloutnv.htm
  2. Extract the files in WrapperVersion to your Fallout New Vegas folder
  3. Download my preset
  4. Extract the files to your Fallout New Vegas folder, and overwrite
  5. In your Fallout New Vegas folder, open enblocal.ini, and make sure the following settings are correct:

[MEMORY]
ReservedMemorySizeMb=Lower for older systems, higher for newer. (128, 256, 384, 512, 640, 768, 896, 1024). The official recommendation is to start at the lowest and incrementally increase until you stop noticing stutter.
VideoMemorySizeMb=Use VRamSizeDX9.exe, to get a "video memory available" number. For Win 10 subtract 350, for Win 7 subtract 170, for Win 8 use the number it gives you.
AutodetectVideoMemorySize=false

FEATURES


CUSTOMISATION

As with all ENB's it is fully customisable through the shift-f12 menu, but in addition, I have included my working files so you can create your own LUTs as (described in the video)

FIXES

If you run into visual glitches here are some things to try:
  1. Turn off Antialiasing, Anisotropic Filtering, V-sync, and Water Displacement.
  2. Omegared99 - ENB First Person Transparency Fix
  3. Hair Fixes either use my ENB Minimal Hair Fixes or the more drastic ENB AO Hair Transparency Fix
  4. And, anecdotally, go to Data/Shaders, and replace shaderpackage013.sdp with a copy of shaderpackage017.sdp (make a backup first!)