SKYRIM SPECIAL EDITION
Natural View Tamriel (NVT) ENB by firemanaf
Skyrim Special Edition » Presets - ENB
Added: 28/07/2017 - 10:54PM
Updated: 14/10/2017 - 10:04PM

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Last updated at 22:04, 14 Oct 2017 Uploaded at 22:54, 28 Jul 2017


(Dolomite/NLVA II in screenshots)

Wow, August 2017 File of the Month Mod! Thank you all for the support. 

(Update 14 Oct) Updated NAT preset to go with the newly released standalone version of Natural Atmospheric Tamriel (NAT) Weather and Lighting by l00ping



(Vivid Weathers Preset in screenshot) 


Welcome to my newest ENB for Skyrim Special Edition. While I love the look I have achieved with my SkyrimSE Re-Engaged ENB, I wanted to work on something that is not quite as colorful but, achieves a sense of a realistic look. I wanted it to feel colder in Skyrim instead of a warmer feel. I currently have presets for COT, Vivid Weathers, Dolomite/NLVA II and Rustic weathers which will help make your game have more of an atmospheric feel no matter what version you choose. With Natural View Tamriel ENB you will find that colors are lighter in nature but, not overly saturated. You should feel a chill in the air. I used bloom to bring on a more atmospheric feel to the environment. If you are coming from my Re-Engaged ENB. Don't expect the same look as far as colors. You may be disappointed. This is not a fantasy ENB. 

I truly hope that you will enjoy this new ENB preset!! Let me know what you think. 



--- ENB Only ---

--- Adjustable ENB via in-game GUI ---

--- Presets for Dolomite, COT, NAT, Vivid and Rustic Weathers ---


--- High Quality Depth of Field with multiple strength options ---

--- Amazing SSAO effect that enhances the image far beyond Vanilla SSAO ---

--- Individually tweak Day, Night & Interior Settings for better color/brightness balance at each time of day ---

--- Presets for performance levels needed for your PC. Choose from Full Quality, Quality and Performance options ---

--- Advanced bloom settings for each time of day to bring out that atmospheric feel across Skyrim as you move from region to region --






Here is a quick video showcasing Natural View Tamriel. I am of course using other mods for my Skyrim. If you like the look of this seem my environmental mod list below. 

Dolomite Weathers Preset Video                                                                    Rustic Weathers Preset Video

 

Vivid Weathers Preset Video                                                              Climate of Tamriel (COT) Preset Video

 

NAT Preset Video                                                                         Surreal Lighting Video

 

Mythical Ages Video



Vanilla Lighting Video (Sorry haven't had time to make yet. Hopefully soon)



--------------------Videos by Youtubers-----------------

Thanks Hodilton for this amazing video                                            Thanks Ghiles B as well for this awesome video
(Dolomite Preset)                                                                                    (Dolomite Preset)

 



Just a couple shots to give you an idea how Natural View Tamriel (NVT) ENB looks.

Dolomite/NLVA II Preset 


 

 

Rustic Weathers Preset

 
 


Vivid Weathers Preset

 
 

COT Preset

 
 

Natural Atmospheric Tamriel (NAT)

 
 

Surreal Lighting
(Photos by Maydragon)

 
 

Vanilla Lighting

 
 


Mythical Ages


 


All versions use custom LUT file to adjust colors as well as various ReShade effects that are built into the ENB to change up the color palette in Natural View Tamriel. 

Full Quality Version:
- Sharpening
- HDR
- DOF
- SSAO
- Bloom


Quality Version:
- Sharpening
- HDR
- SSAO
- Bloom


Performance:
- Sharpening
- HDR

Hot Keys:

Shift + F12 - Disable/Enable ENB All Effects
Home - Lock FPS to 59
* - Show FPS


Overall Performance Hit:

Full Quality: 10-15 FPS
Quality: 8-10 FPS
Peformance: 4-6 FPS





Brightness- I recommend leaving at the default location a.k.a 1.0 in your skyrimprefs.ini. Easiest way to adjust brightness when use ENB is through the ENB menu in game (Shift+Enter) and then under colorcorrection adjust brightness.

SSAO- If you are using my Full Quality/Quality presets I recommend disabling the vanilla SSAO via the graphics options. 

DOF- If you are using my Full Quality preset I recommend disabling vanilla DOF via the graphics options. 

AA- There is no AA for ENB so, you can keep what ever AA settings you are currently using via the graphics option. 

I do recommend a mod call bethini which is a good tool to easily adjust graphics settings beyond the vanilla graphics menu and without having to go into the ini files. Check it out here: BethINI 




(Disclaimer: Disregard comment about Dolomite in this video since I now have released multiple presets)
 

Pre Step- Make sure you have the correct weather mod for the preset you are using.
Dolomite Weathers
Rustic Weathers
Vivid Weathers
Climates of Tamriel (COT)
Natural Atmospheric Tamriel (NAT)
Surreal Lighting

1. Download ENB Binary V310 from here: ENB V.310 Binary

2. Extract ENB Binary folder (Suggest using program called 7-Zip) and open wrapper folder

3. Copy ONLY the d3d11.dll and d3dcompiler_46e.dll and paste into your Skyrim Game folder (Same location as launcher)

4. Download and Extract File (Recommend using a program called 7 Zip)

5. Open Main File (Install)

6. Select Version and open folder you want (Full Quality, Quality or Performance)

7. Copy all contents and paste into your Skyrim Game Folder (Same location as your launcher)

8. (
#8-10 Optional if want different DOF strengths) Open Optional DOF folder

9. Open Folder of DOF you want ( Stronger, Extreme, Screen-Archery, Subtle or Static)

10. Copy contents of folder and paste into your Skyrim Folder and allow to overwrite 

11. Now you can play Skyrim






Delete enbseries folder, d3d11.dll, d3dcomiler_46.dll, enblocal file and enbseries file from your Skyrim Folder






This is by no means an all inclusive mod list. There are many amazing mods out there on the nexus. This is just my main environmental mods that you see in my videos and screenshots. Click on name of mod for link. 

Noble Skyrim (Oldrim)
Enhanced Vanilla Trees-EVT (Oldrim) ( Note: I am using Option 4 of the option Vurt Tree Color
                                               and Realistic Aspen Trees in the installer)
Skyrim Flora Overhaul (SFO) Trees Only
Nordic Snow or Fluffy Snow
Majestic Mountains or Northfire Photorealistic Mountains
Blended Roads
HD Photorealistic Ivy
Deathbell (Oldrim)
HD Road Signs
Verdant Grass
Enhanced Lights & FX (ELFX)
Claralux
Ethereal Cosmos
Skyrim Is Windy


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I do use many other mods for my Skyrim with myself currently running over 170 mods. Feel free to check out these mods guides to further enhance your Skyrim. 

B.O.S.S by LupasHegemonia. He has take the SEPTIM mod guide and brought it up to date. 
Click Here: B.O.S.S A Total Overhaul Project for Skyrim SE

or

You can check out the orginal Skyrim SE Mod Guide S.E.P.T.I.M by zackalope
Click Here:
 S.E.P.T.I.M- A Load Order & Install Guide

or 

You can check out the TUCOGuide 2.0 by ponurymazepa
Click Here:
 TUCOGuide

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Check out PredCalibers Youtube Chanel and he walks through a SEPTIM Mod Guide Install using MO2 if you like to see how its done. 








1. I am getting frame rate drops and/or stutters.

ENB for SE is not equal when compared to Oldrim ENBs. So, somes performance may vary. You can try switching from windowed to borderless or vice versa. Additionally, you could disable in-game vsync and use driver to force vsync

2. Night Eye or Predator Vision does not work.

ENB overrides image spaces (vanilla settings such as night eye) therefore will not work with ENB unless made that way. I do have Apply Game Color Correction (AGCC) mode you can enable via the in-game ENB menu then expand the enbeffect section and check AGCC and it will work at that point. However, my ENB is not tuned for it to always be on. 

3. Nights are too dark or not dark enough.

Unfortunitely I am very limited with SE ENB binaries. However, you can adjust night by a quick click of a button. See folder 3 in the download file to see how to quickly adjust nights and even interiors. Also you can adjust night and/or interiors via the in-game ENB menu then expand enbeffect and scroll down to nights or interiors and adjust settings there. 

4. Overall image is too dark or bright

Make sure to calibrate your monitor. Unfortunitely, when I create an ENB I can't take into account all the different monitors. For example those with IPS monitors will find colors darker and richer vs what I see on my TN panel monitor. 

5. How do I disable Bloom or DOF

Open the in-game ENB menu by hitting shift+enter and uncheck the lines bloom and Depth of Field and hit save towards the top of the menu. 

6. Was is your Depth of Field such a big FPS compared to other ENBs with Depth of Field

I use a different depth of filed shader by Marty McFly that includes the SSAO effect. So, actually my Depth of Field is SSAO and Depth of Field. Folder 3 in the download file shows how you can easily change that to have one effect or the other. 

7. Will you be making a realistic preset for other weather mods

Not sure yet. I want to see how this does first. 







For most Bethesda for the great game. 

Boris- For the ENB Binaries

ReShade Team- For the ReShade Effects

Marty McFly - For Enhanced Depth of Field Shader with DOF/SSAO

MaxG3D- For Bloom Shader

Tapioks - For Day Night Interiors (DNI) for enbeffect Shader

JawZ- For enbeffectpostpass Shader

l00ping- for help implementing ReShade and AGCC into Shaders


Thanks so much for the following people that took the time to test this for me

-- StellifyGamer --

-- maydragon --

-- 45tg67se --

-- Marthos --

-- Daymarr --

Thank you so very much to Stephen Griffiths for the cover photo and banners





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