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This youtube video (link below) has awesome looking bloom for the sky, I am curious as to how I can achieve this? Looks really awesome. I downloaded the bloom enb files from the avsim library, but it messes up my night-time textures for some reason.

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Hi Hirgab,All you need to do is adjust the enbseries.ini file to your liking. If you like the settings in the video, maybe you could ask him/her for the settings they are using. Then just copy and past into your enbseries.ini file.

This youtube video (link below) has awesome looking bloom for the sky, I am curious as to how I can achieve this? Looks really awesome. I downloaded the bloom enb files from the avsim library, but it messes up my night-time textures for some reason.

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Hi Hirgab,All you need to do is adjust the enbseries.ini file to your liking. If you like the settings in the video, maybe you could ask him/her for the settings they are using. Then just copy and past into your enbseries.ini file.
Hi Mike,Would you know what I need to play with specifically to fix the blurriness/discolouration/pixelation in my night-time textures? Basically, my night-time textures becomes very pixelated when using the enbseries file. I have the ATI HD 5970.

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Hirgab,You could start with NickN's bloom settings here http://www.simforums.com/forums/enb-bloom-mod-nicks-cOnfig-settings_topic32482.html . He also explains what some of the settings do so that you can figure out how to tune it better to your liking. Also the fellow over at Flightbeam.net posted his bloom settings you could try if you like the looks of his screen shots. John at ORBX has posted his bloom setting as well at fullterrain.com.Lastly, if you do a search for bloom here on Avsim, a lot of people have posted settings you could try as well.


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They look familiar. Check at the REX forums for these settings. Tim had some nice settings but they made everything a little too blue for me. These are very similar to his. I would post the .ini info but he also included a couple other files. I am not sure if he edited them.


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Here is the ini file I am using. I found the standard one just too strong and toned down quite a few settings. If anyone else would like to try it, I would be interested in any feedback.IAN[PROXY]EnableProxyLibrary=0InitProxyFunctions=0ProxyLibrary=[GLOBAL]UseEffect=1AlternativeDepth=1AllowAntialias=1BugFixMode=0SkipShaderOptimization=0QuadVertexBuffer=0EnableShaders_3_0=1UseMRTRendering=0AdditionalConfigFile=enbseries2.ini[EFFECT]EnableBloom=1EnableOcclusion=0EnableReflection=0EnableMotionBlur=0EnableWater=0EnableShadow=0DepthBias=0EnableDepthOfField=0[iNPUT]KeyUseEffect=123KeyBloom=120KeyOcclusion=121KeyReflection=122KeyCombination=16KeyScreenshot=44KeyShadow=119KeyWater=118KeyShowFPS=106[REFLECTION]ReflectionPower=70ChromePower=70UseCurrentFrameReflection=1ReflectionQuality=1ReflectionSourceSpecular=30ReflectionSourceTFactor=30UseAdditiveReflection=1ReflectionDepthBias=0UseLowResReflection=1ReflectionSinglePass=1UseEnvBump=1EnvBumpAmount=70EnvBumpOffset=70ReflectionFlip=0[bLOOM]BloomPowerDay=4BloomFadeTime=400BloomConstantDay=1BloomQuality=0BloomScreenLevelDay=55BloomCurveDay=0BloomPowerNight=20BloomConstantNight=2BloomCurveNight=0BloomScreenLevelNight=25BloomAdaptationScreenLevel=30BloomAdaptationMultiplier=40BloomAllowOversaturation=1BloomMaxLimit=90[sSAO]UseFilter=1OcclusionQuality=2FilterQuality=1DarkeningLevel=25BrighteningLevel=18IlluminationLevel=27AdditiveIlluminationLevel=23UseAmbientOcclusion=1UseIndirectLighting=1FadeDistance=40UseForAlphaTest=0UseForAlphaBlend=0[colorCORRECTION]DarkeningAmountDay=25ScreenLevelDay=60ScreenLevelNight=1DarkeningAmountNight=11GammaCurveDay=0GammaCurveNight=-2ColorSaturationDay=2ColorSaturationNight=0UsePaletteTexture=0[WATER]UseWaterDeep=0WaterDeepness=10WaterQuality=0[sHADOW]ShadowFadeStart=30ShadowFadeEnd=70ShadowAmountDay=80ShadowAmountNight=30ShadowScreenLevelDay=50ShadowScreenLevelNight=20ShadowQuality=1UseShadowFilter=0FilterQuality=2ShadowBlurRange=25[ENGINE]ForceAnisotropicFiltering=1MaxAnisotropy=16ForceDisplayRefreshRate=0DisplayRefreshRateHz=60[MOTIONBLUR]MotionBlurQuality=1MotionBlurVelocity=0MotionBlurRotation=0[PERPIXELLIGHTING]SpecularColorMin=0SpecularColorMax=100SpecularColorMultiplier=75SpecularGlossinessMin=0SpecularGlossinessMax=80SpecularGlossinessMultiplier=80[DEPTHOFFIELD]DOFQuality=2DOFNumberOfPasses=1DOFFocusRange=55DOFBlurinessRange=10


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Can someone please post a link to john at ftxs bloom settings?? Im trying to find them and am coming up empty.


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Create an account here:http://orbxsystems.com/forums/index.phpThen do a search.

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John's settings look really nice scenery wise, but it is a little too dark for my taste. What settings "lighten" up the darkness?


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This youtube video (link below) has awesome looking bloom for the sky, I am curious as to how I can achieve this? Looks really awesome. I downloaded the bloom enb files from the avsim library, but it messes up my night-time textures for some reason.
Actually this is FS9 so it's not an internal bloom effect.

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