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This patch optimizes the performance of the Immersive Interiors mod

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Version 1.1
IMMERSIVE INTERIORS CLEANED - PATCH

by André Galastri


This patch optimizes the performance of the Immersive Interiors mod. Lots of unnecessary objects that the player cannot see through the windows were disabled to not be loaded by the game, which can boost your fps!
If this mod helps you, please, consider endorse it! Thanks!


⚠️ REQUIREMENTS



📦 INSTALLATION
  • Install it via Wrye Bash, it is easier and safer to install and uninstall.
  • You can merge it with Wrye Bash. If it doesn't automatically merge, right click on this mod and select "Mark Mergeable" and rebuild your Bashed Patch.
  • I think that you can use other mod managers too.
  • In your .esp/m load order, place it to load after all Immersive Interiors mods that you have installed.



📄 ABOUT
  • This is a work in progress. Not all interiors were cleaned yet. Each house with windows of each town needs to be cleaned by hand, so, it is a laborious work.
  • I'm testing other towns that have performance issues. If you have performance issues with a specific house while using Immersive Interiors, please, let me know in the comments section, so I can see what I can do.
  • Will it improve my performance in interiors? I'm pretty sure that you will have at least some improvement, because lots of unnecessary objects were disabled, so they aren't loaded anymore (see images of before/after cleaning). But, as any mod, I can't guarantee 100%.
  • Is there incompatibilities? It is unlikely to have incompatibilities because all this patch does is to disable unnecessary objects of Immersive Interiors.



🏰 INTERIORS DONE (SO FAR)
  • Chorrol (all)



🐞 BUGS / KNOWN ISSUES
  • The Francois Motierre's House in Chorrol has a huge FPS drop when you go to the second floor. I tried everything I could to reduce the amount of objects, but the problem remains.



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