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  1. Scrabbulor
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    =====Installation=====

    Download ENBseries 0.262.

    Extract d3d9.dll and enbhost.exe from the Wrapper folder in the ENBSeries archive and place them in Skyrim's main directory.

    Extract all files from this mod's archive and place them in Skyrim's main directory.

    Attempt at recreating this ENB for Special Edition here: GPENBSE.
  2. graywinds
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    i'm using with the latest enbseries tho ,and i have a weird visual result tho when combined with parallax ,any tips ??
    Otherwise ,works flawlessly and fps quite impressive for such an incredible result great job
  3. Hannibal139
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    Greetings...
    Mist effect in enb messes up the sun, it appears weaker or somewhat less visible. Without mist effect enabled there is this black horizon over the sea i can't stand of. Disabling enb effects or just entirely removing it from game seems to fix both these bugs as the game's default distant fog/ mist takes into effect and covers up the black horizon and doesn't affect the sun at all however game looks sh!t overall. Tried enabling procedural sun effect in enb but it doesn't help. Tried some sun mods from nexus as well but to no avail. Any workaround or help would be appreciated.
    1. Primobile
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      probably late but play around with [MIST] settings in enb in-game (shift-enter by default, open console to pause the game), i fixed it by tweaking that
    2. itzchad
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      Do you use weather mods? Weather mods can affect how the sun will look with ENB. Changing ENB parameters like Mist and Sky will/won't produce the result you want depending on the weather mods. Changing the weather mods will significantly change how the sun look with ENB however.
    3. Hannibal139
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      Well i had to replace the sky mesh to fix the black horizon bug with the one uploaded by someone on enb site. Then i tuned down the mist levels in enb gui which kinda made sun to become more visible than it was before but not entirely. I don't wanna turn the mist effect entirely off in enb as the distant landscape looks s*** without it. If only enb mist effect didn't affect the sky then things would look normal as they should. Maybe in latest enb binaries or whatever it has been fixed but who knows, i didn't try them. 

      This is off topic but i want to ask is there way stop some outfits react weirdly near or around interior light sources such as fire and candles especially the clothes that are little transparent, they get this black and tranculent effect on them near the light sources mentioned above. I know it can be somewhat fixed by enabling a shader flag 2 property in nifskope known as "Assume Shadowmask" of the affected outfit's mesh. Unfortunately there are lot of outfits affected in my game with this plague and i can't go through every one of them T_T i want to know if there is a way to have this Assume Shadowmask property thing enabled in enb itself in order to fix this problem once for all.
    4. itzchad
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      Not sure about that. But it doesn't seem to be this ENB's problem as I've never encountered any of it. I do have various armor mods and I've never encountered one. There's probably something messing with the ENB shader, specular settings and such. Sorry Idk, can't help.
  4. Slalin
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    hey this is a great mod, i can use it on my potato pc, but i just want to know, how to disable the blur effect while i zoom in to my character?
    1. Avallach1
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      Yeah I found it too strong, I disabled the effect by pressing shift+enter and unchecking depth of field in the settings
  5. Avallach1
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    Hello, passing by to thank you for this, it's the only ENB I tried that don't explode my potato computer (and I tried A LOT). 

    For anyone interested, I'm using this with Obsidian Weather backport for LE  - https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/104287 - and I think its working great. For interior I'm using relightning skyrim + Luminosity but I feel the interiors are a bit too dark for my taste, dungeons are fine I like them dark but places like taverns are too dark sometimes, unless theres a lot of candles and etc. I'll experiment with something else, if anyone knows a good combination please let me know! Thanks again!
  6. StevenFalkensee
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    The optional sweetfx settings are not working
  7. ishco
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    Do i still need enb boost for this?
  8. itzchad
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    Hey there! I stopped playing skyrim for months but I'm back to playing again. Regarding my issue with the "invisible" textures, I think it is correct to say it was hardware/software-related issue. I couldn't recreate the problem with my new hardware also, making an entire new game fixed the issue for me. So that's an OK in my book. I don't really mind starting another play-through since it was like my 6th play-through, ha. Great ENB! Cheers!
  9. gamerbreadgamerr69
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    Is there any way to make the DOF softer?
  10. Warzychewka
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    You know, this truly is a 'performance' ENB. I'm runing this on a really low-end system (2GB RAM and a GPU with 1GB of ddr5 vRAM) and it performs greatly at such small FPS cost that I barerly notice it on my end. It was the first one I installed after upgrading my GPU a few months ago (from a much weaker one) and I was honestly surprised how greatly it works and looks. A completely new "world" of graphics, you know?
    It performs much better compared to other "performance"-oriented ENBs I've found - which makes me wonder what kind of white magic you have used to achieve this? Does it only use a few of the possible effects, like DoF (which is amazing) and colour-changes? I don't know much about ENBs, I mostly used SweetFX's in the past.
    Anyway - great work, it's amazing.
    1. Scrabbulor
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      It does only use the bare minimum. Mist, Detailed Shadows and Depth of Field. No white magic or shader optimizations, just repetitive, exhaustive tinkering with colors and "exposure" to mimic static versions of high end lighting techniques. My lizard brain enjoys working with restrictions so it's win win haha
  11. jaggerloco
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    Does it work with the latest ENBseries? (Now 0.436)
    And is it compatible with CoT and ELFX?
    1. Scrabbulor
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      Can't confirm it'll work with 0.436. Most likely will have missing time of day settings. It's compatible with both of those.