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  1. tapioks
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  2. tapioks
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    Please upload some screenshots for the gallery!

    C Ojo D


    Here's a good demonstration of the real-time reflections effect using highly reflective pottery textures for demo purposes


  3. ShadowXG
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    I like this ENB, but I think it's actually worse than the original NLA. Something is off with the bloom or the contrast, because it feels extremely dark overall. White levels just seem to be too low, and i feel like I have to turn up my monitor's backlight. Not to mention the blacks are extremely black, despite your claim that it's more visible than the original. I think your usage of reflections is really neat, but metal armor is brighter than the actual sun lol
    1. floanonym
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      I had the same problem after switching to this from NLA + Rudy, but it was quite easy to fix. Open the enbseries.ini in your Skyrim directory (steamapps\common\Skyrim) (or InGame Shift + Enter by default) and change
      [COLORCORRECTION]
      Brightness=0.15 to a value between 0.5 and 1.0

      To make your sun brighter you could try increasing variables like
      [SKY]
      SunIntensityDay=3.0

      Hope this helps :)
    2. ShadowXG
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      thanks. havent played skyrim for over 2 years though lol
  4. michaelvu1811
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    does this mod work with vivid clouds and fogs?
  5. asstomoth
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    plan porting it to SSE?
  6. marina5702
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    The ENB is absolutely beautiful. Stunning even and it works great, I only have one problem. My character is all blurry and there's a grainy effect on my screen. I disabled all FXAA, MXAA, Antialiazing etc etc ... I also installed camera tweaks but nothing seems to work. Do you have any idea what could cause the problem ?

    https://imgur.com/4tc6vAD DOF disabled, screen looks slightly grainy
    https://imgur.com/K4l6OSz DOF Enabled
    https://imgur.com/ltVe4iR in game, no camera tweaks
    https://imgur.com/pwP4iKc in game with camera slightly to the right

    If you can help that would be great, I really wanna play with this ENB but admiring my character and taking screenshots is like 50% of my game experience ... I even uninstalled Climates of Tamriel (my longest Skyrim mod love) just for this !
  7. awesomeduckXD
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    Just installed everything but it seems to be crashing after I load my save? It may be because I have done something wrong but everything seems to be installed correctly. I have yet to disable antialiasing in my GPU for the game so hopefully, that works, I also could not find the "disable multisampling" could someone help?
    1. praxis22
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      There is a variable bTransparencyMultisampling= (0=off 1=on) in the [Display] section of your SkyrimPrefs.ini which will be in your profile if you use MO, or in My Documents if you use NMM or you install mods manually.
  8. KajKajKaj
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    Absolutely perfect mod. Love everything about it, especially the water. I moved to this from NLVA+Rudy.

    One thing I did notice is that you need ENB series 0.292, not the latest (0.315) for Depth of Field to work correctly.
    1. aim7m
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      Well, I've read in another forum (not sure wether it was phinix enb or not) you can use the 0.31x series, you'll just have to rename the enbeffectprepass.fx to enbdepthoffield.fx and do the same with the enbeffectprepass.fx.ini (in enbseries folder).
      It seems to be working.
  9. johnnyweyland
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    Can i run it at extreme with a RX 580 4GB?
  10. RedBass33
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    A very nice ENB, but I would recommend the following tweaks to enblocal.ini :

    set
    ExpandSystemMemoryX64=false

    this way http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/72725/? won't yell at it, and

    EnableFPSLimit=true
    FPSLimit=60.0

    as to avoid physics bugs when going over 60fps.
    1. blaineh
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      for me enblaing fps limiter bugged the game out, even in menu I had 16 fps. Instead I used nvidia inspector to cap it 60
  11. Benc158
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    How do i make it so my caves are darker without making other interiors looking dark aswell? I am using ELFX (hardcore) and Dark dungeons for ENB but they still are quite bright. Anyone know what to do?
    1. kojak747
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      nvr mind
  12. ChimereWolf
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    HEY ! tapioks I love your works but I have a problem I follow the instructions and the enb works fine but I have a brown degraded on the bottom of my screen ... the skyrimpref.ini are ok (in my games folder ) I need your help please ... :/
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