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Help guys,

 

I´m having some problems with blurry and "washed" appearance in my textures cockpit&exterior (see attach pics) I have a high end machine with no problems about fps.

Vista Ultimate 64bits,6 GB RAM, ATI Radeon Hd4850 512mb Gddr3 with the last drivers installed.

Any tips of what´s happening or how to correct.

 

Thanx

 

Hamilton


Hamilton Müller

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If I didn't know better I would say that you need to crank up your resolution in the options>display menu to something a lot higher. Or at least I would check that first.


Bryan Wallis aka "fltsimguy"

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Check that your desktop color depth is 32bits and that your resolution in FSX ends with x32 (not x16)

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Guest linuxbot3000

Looks like you have your graphics in 16 bit mode.

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Hi,

 

First thanx for the answers,well,I set resolution 1152x768x32,Fitering Bilinear,Global Text High,in aircraft settings: Global settings:Ultra High.Below is a pic after settings,you´ll notice (tip of arrows) a little blurry.

 

Thanx again

 

Hamilton

 

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Hamilton Müller

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Try changing your filtering to Arthroscopic (hope I spelled that right) Makes a lot of difference, especially in the distance.

 

John


John Wingold

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Try changing your filtering to Arthroscopic (hope I spelled that right)

 

Lol, we knew what you meant but that has to do with knee surgery.


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If none of the above works then go into Catalyst Control Center and in 3D application settings make sure in MipMap level is set to High Quality.

 

Ed.

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"Is that the normal, native resolution of your monitor???? "

 

Yes,that's exactly the native resolution my monitor (1152x768x32)

 

" go into Catalyst Control Center and in 3D application settings make sure in MipMap level is set to High Quality"

 

I'll try that.

 

Thanx all


Hamilton Müller

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Hi,

 

First thanx for the answers,well,I set resolution 1152x768x32,Fitering Bilinear,Global Text High,in aircraft settings: Global settings:Ultra High.Below is a pic after settings,you´ll notice (tip of arrows) a little blurry.

 

Thanx again

 

Hamilton

 

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I've looked at this pic on my work monitor and at home. Looking through the jpg artifact, I don't see anything wrong with it.

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I saw some pics here Avsim with far better look than the one I post above and the exterior view (first post).

I mean I was expecting better look (cockpit&exterior) with this PC...


Hamilton Müller

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Hi,

 

First thanx for the answers,well,I set resolution 1152x768x32,Fitering Bilinear,Global Text High,in aircraft settings: Global settings:Ultra High.Below is a pic after settings,you´ll notice (tip of arrows) a little blurry.

Global texture should be set to ultra high.

 

The strange color in you first pic (that OH panel) may have something to do with ENB.


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