Alienvision - Performance Friendly SweetFX preset Moody Cinematic and Breathtaking lighting overhaul by ArtMurder
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Added: 08/08/2013 - 08:04PM
Updated: 08/08/2013 - 11:16PM

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Uploaded by ArtMurder


Last updated at 23:16, 8 Aug 2013 Uploaded at 20:04, 8 Aug 2013

This is not an ENB, and does not use any part of an ENB! It is pure SweetFX, and should have almost no performance hit or compatibility issues!

This mod is part of More Alien Skyrim, and is basically a standalone upgrade to the SweetFX preset included with my other mod More Alien Skyrim Sky and Light - In fact, I suggest using that mod with this one, just install that one first, and then overwrite the SweetFX files with this one

This mod is designed to be very dramatic, moody, and breathtaking, without having any major hit on FPS. It is an attempt at getting ENB level lighting enhancement without the use of an ENB. Things are indeed colorful, but not grossly over saturated. Nights are very dark, but this is a personal preference of mine, if it is requested I may make a less dark nights version.

Do you think the shadows are too dark, and don't want to wait for a new version?
Open the SweetFX_Settings.ini and go to the Lift Gamma Gain settings.
Make sure to keep all three in a group the same number!

Some of the other mods used in the screenshot are;
More Alien Skyrim Sky and Light
Climates of Tamriel

I did not create, or help create SweetFX itself, I am using these files with indirect permission from the author via the permissions of the mod uploaded by them. I give full credit to the original author!

ArtMurder - SweetFX preset

Uses SMAA. Copyright (C) 2011 by Jorge Jimenez, Jose I. Echevarria,
Belen Masia, Fernando Navarro and Diego Gutierrez.

Uses InjectSMAA by Andrej Dudenhefner ( mrhaandi )

Uses shaders from FXAATool by Violator, [some dude], fpedace, BeetleatWar1977 and [DKT70]

DPX shader by Loadus

Lift Gamma Gain shader by 3an and

SweetFX, LumaSharpen, Dither, Curves, Vibrance and Splitscreen by Christian Cann Schuldt Jensen ( )