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Any harm in setting NI to Override Sim AA Settings

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Trying to get better AA and less shimmering.

 

First, with regard to AA will I see better results by setting AA in NI to Override the sim settings?  I think its better but maybe pacebo effect?

 

Also still get lots of shimmering even with 16x AF and negative clamp.  anything I can do to fix ?

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In the Antialiasing section of NI, try setting the "Antialiasing - Transparency Supersampling" to one of the sparse grid supersampling (SGSS) settings (2x - 8x). This usually sorts shimmering but at the cost of performance - 4x seems to be the best compromise for me.

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I already have it at 8xSGSS (this is for FSX-SE) but still get more shimmering than I like.

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Have you tried adjusting the LOD Bias in NI?  The setting is "Texture Filtering - LOD Bias(DX)", and for FSX I usually set it at -1.125 (with 4X Multisampling/8x SGSS), but having changed over to FSX-SE this week I'm trying lower levels (playing around with -1.000 and -.875).

 

I've not created any problems setting AA in NI to Override or Enhance... neither seemed to make a difference one way or the other.

 

HTH

 

Greg

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I have the negative LOD bias set to -1.5 as suggested when using the DX10 Fixer and 8x in the Fixer plus 8x SGSS

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I have the negative LOD bias set to -1.5

 

Too high for my tastes.

 

Good luck

 

Greg

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Too high for my tastes.

 

Good luck

 

Greg

 

I have played around with the number an never really notice much of a difference.

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