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Correctly Configured SweetFX + AA (Inspector & in-game) - for FSX DX9/DX10 & P3D2 on Windows 7/8.1

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Guys, I moved the tutorial here.

 

The support thread is here.

 

This is to make things more efficient and convenient, for me and you. 1 support thread instead of 3.

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Nice work  ADI , i will try this today . Hopefully no black screen with DX10 Steve Fix crossing fingers.

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Thanks for all the hard work looks amazing - have to give this a go for sure - Adi is hdr in P3D causing the darkness in P3D ? as I would assume sweetfx would make it even darker, thats why I ask if hdr is shut down would it be a brighter environment ? 

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Much obliged Adi for this excellent blog and downloads. Something I always find a bit confusing is knowing which file needs to be added with the Configurator. Is it the settings or the preset file?

 

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Thanks for all the hard work looks amazing - have to give this a go for sure - Adi is hdr in P3D causing the darkness in P3D ? as I would assume sweetfx would make it even darker, thats why I ask if hdr is shut down would it be a brighter environment ?

My SweetFX doesn't add any contrast because it's a very subjective issue, I'm only supplying the basic correct setup. Then, you can add contrast mods. My conclusion though: FSX DX9 is the only case where you need a slight contrast mod. FSX DX10 and P3D2 have great colors right off the bat. In my latest SweetFX for P3D2, I've applied a fix for the brownish tint of stock P3D2. The screenshot I put at the end of the tutorial doesn't have any contrast changes. I want you guys to put that out of your minds, SFX is not only about adding contrast. :)

 

Much obliged Adi for this excellent blog and downloads. Something I always find a bit confusing is knowing which file needs to be added with the Configurator. Is it the settings or the preset file?

 

In the configurator app, you have to add the game by browsing to it's exe file. If SweetFX is installed correctly, it will then display a list of stuff you can change. It's actually reading the SweetFX_settings.txt file into a friendly UI.

 

Guys, please read the first post. On a second thought, I decided it's best to have 1 source for this tutorial and 1 support thread instead of 3/3. I may keep this blog anyway though. :)

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