About this mod

Semi realistic preset, for all popular weather and lighting mods.
All the effects are customizable through the GUI, plus a series of videos aimed at illustrating the major modifications that can be made by the users.

Requirements
Permissions and credits










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NEWS:


It looks like it's time for another update :) New Skylighting effect, a new SSAO/SSIL and working (I hope) Night Eye effect. A huge thanks to PHINIX.
Let me know, in the comments, what do you think about this version.

- NAT and Obsidian Weathers presets updated again. Fixed interiors and SSAO_SSIL -

- Vivid Weathers preset updated -

- Aequinoctium preset updated -

- CoT preset updated -

- Vanilla preset updated -

- Dolomite Weathers preset updated -

- Rustic Weathers preset updated -



A big thanks to all those people who have donated to me (I know it's strange, but there were a few during those years). I appreciate you supporting my work :)



!!!!!!!!! SOME IMPORTANT INFORMATIONS ABOUT A NEW VERSION !!!!!!!!!!

"ENB SSS - SUBSURFACE SCATTERING"

If you use the "Subsurface Scattering Shaders for Skins" mod, it's time to deinstall it. ENB SSS is based on a diffuse map, so the game sss maps *_sk.dds are ignored by that effect. For this reason, ENB SSS depends on a body texture replacer you are currently using. You should avoid using the default sss maps, they are pink and saturated, better to use dark or even black maps. ENB is ignoring them, but the game engine no, so you can't reduce a red/pink tint effect. Try "UNP Female Body Renewal", subsurface maps "Dark Red" or "Black".
Feel free to fine-tune this effect in the ENB UI.

"SSE LENS FLARE"

This effect Is set to 0 in the enbseries.ini, so you can't see it in the game. If you like it, tweak the values in the [LENSFLARE_GAME] section, in the ENB UI.

"ENB ANIMATED STARS"

This a new enb addon. It's really cool, see my video :

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but by default is disabled in all my presets, for a reason, of course. Not all the texture replacers for a night sky are compatible with it. With some of them, that effect look just odd when is enabled.
So, I made my own bitmaps, which works more or less well. They replaces a two textures : skystars.dds and skyrimgalaxy.dds. You can find them in the "Addons" folder, can be installed using a mod manager.
This particular effect should be tweaked individually by the users. To enable it, you must do a few things: open the ENB UI (shift+Enter), scroll down to the [SKY] section, check "EnableAnimatedStars", save configuration and , this is important, press the "Apply changes" button.

There is a one more problem with this effect. It depends on the anti-aliasing method you use. My enbseries.ini is prepared for TAA and my bitmaps. If you use FXAA, or a mod which changes a stars texture, a few parameters need to be tweaked in the [SKY] section.
Start with a "StarsCurveNight" value, lower it, if you use FXAA, then play with "StarsAnimationDensity" and "StarsAnimationIntensity" until you achieve satisfactory results.

"ENB EDGE ANTI-ALIASING and SMAA"

As you probably know (or maybe don't) in the 0.334 binaries Boris adds a new edge anti-aliasing, in my enblocal.ini, if you use my file, this addon is disabled. I'm personally using TAA and think, that in that case, additional AA isn't really necessary.
But if you hate TAA (this method has a few cons) and prefer to use FXAA, turn it on.
With the latest update I've added an additional anti-aliasing method, SMAA (big thanks for Kingeric1992 and Adyss). Is off by default. To enable it just change the technique in the enbeffectpostpass.fx, see the screen :
PostPass
Only SMAA 1x is available. You can use it as an additional anti-aliasing (but don't know if this makes sense. eats 2-3 frames in my case), or as a replacement for FXAA. One big pros, you can tweak it in the UI. More info you will find in the readme file.

"ENB NIGHT EYE"

The code for the Night EYE effect is made by Phinix - author of "The Truth ENB". He was so kind that allow me to use this code. A huge thanks, Phinix :D
ENB NIGHT EYE is off by default, to turn it on, open ENB UI (shift+Enter}, expand, in the right window called "Shader parameters", enbeffect.fx section, scroll down and check "Use Nighteye Fix".
A bit more of theory, more details and info, how to fine-tune this effect, you will find on The Truth ENB page - - THE TRUTH ENB.


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NEW VIDEO - NAT :



NEW VIDEO - DOLOMITE WEATHERS :



StellifyGamer VIDEO from the NAT version :



Hi's Space15' VIDEO from the Obsidian Weathers version :



Hi's Space15' VIDEO from a NAT version :




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This preset is fully customizable through the GUI.

Don't ask about "THE BLACK BARS" - just open the ENB GUI, and turn "Letterbox" off in the enbeffectpostpass.fx.


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INSTALLATION:

- Download latest ENB binaries, ( a black arrow at the bottom of the page ).
- Copy d3d11.dll and decompiler_46e.dll and paste into your Skyrim SE folder
- Copy and paste my files into your Skyrim SE directory
- Install : ELE - SE or ELFX SE or RLO SE
- Don't use the RLO weathers
- Use ELFX with Ehhancer
- Place the Interior Lighting mod after the Weather mod in your load order


Tune your monitor's BLACK LEVEL, CONTRAST, WHITE SATURATION and GAMMA.
My preset is designed for the white balance - 6500K and Gamma 2.2

SkyrimPrefs.ini - fGamma=1.0000


- The sharpening options you can find in the GUI - the enbeffectpostpass.fx, adjust it to your taste.



Change this line in SkyrimPrefs.ini:

bDrawLandShadows=1

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Hot Keys in my enblocal.ini :

shift+F12 - disable/eneble effects
shift+Enter - ENB GUI
shift+F7 - DOF on/off
Insert - screenshot - saved in the game folder


If the shift+Enter combination didn't work for you, change in the enblocal.ini these two lines: KeyCombination=0 and KeyEditor=35. Now the END key should bring up the GUI.

KEY CODES

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A series of videos aimed at illustrating the major modifications that can be done in the GUI.

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BLOOM



LUT, BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SATURATION, COLOR CORRECTION



GAMMA, LETTERBOX, SHARPENING, GAIN



INTERIORS, NIGHTS TWEAKING






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All credits goes to :


- Boris Vorontsov
- JawZ
- Marty McFly
- Tapioks
- MaxG3D
- Kingeric1992
- Jjensson
- Adyss
- Bethesda




Sorry for my english, it's not my native language.
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