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Making the VC on the AC500s a Little Lighter

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For those who are trying to make the vc on the AC500s a little lighter, I have been trying with the PTA tweak Assistant and used Adams preset as a base.(adamski_pta_05) Under 'custom shaders. tick LiftGammaGain and alter all the parameter values from 1.04 to 1.08. Also tick the Vibrance box as well. I'm using EZdoc so I tick the camera EZCA VC CAM.

save the preset. apply.

the vc should now be a little lighter. using HDR in P3D will enhance more. I use a bloom value of .25, sat 1.0, brightness 1.1

Of course thanks to KNOSSOS and Adam for all thier hard work.

bob

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For those who are trying to make the vc on the AC500s a little lighter, I have been trying with the PTA tweak Assistant and used Adams preset as a base.(adamski_pta_05) Under 'custom shaders. tick LiftGammaGain and alter all the parameter values from 1.04 to 1.08. Also tick the Vibrance box as well. I'm using EZdoc so I tick the camera EZCA VC CAM.

save the preset. apply.

the vc should now be a little lighter. using HDR in P3D will enhance more. I use a bloom value of .25, sat 1.0, brightness 1.1

 

bob

 

Nice Bob thanks


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For those who are trying to make the vc on the AC500s a little lighter, I have been trying with the PTA tweak Assistant and used Adams preset as a base.(adamski_pta_05) Under 'custom shaders. tick LiftGammaGain and alter all the parameter values from 1.04 to 1.08. Also tick the Vibrance box as well. I'm using EZdoc so I tick the camera EZCA VC CAM.

save the preset. apply.

the vc should now be a little lighter. using HDR in P3D will enhance more. I use a bloom value of .25, sat 1.0, brightness 1.1

Of course thanks to KNOSSOS and Adam for all thier hard work.

bob

 

Bob did you check night VC looks messed up - its like a pale white thing going on - good for all other time but not at night and changing lighting in P3D does not help


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Bob did you check night VC looks messed up - its like a pale white thing going on - good for all other time but not at night and changing lighting in P3D does not help

I see what you mean, not very good textures at night. so altering this is not confined just to vc tectures.

 

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Bob did you check night VC looks messed up - its like a pale white thing going on - good for all other time but not at night and changing lighting in P3D does not help

had another look at it, it seems to be HDR in P3D that's making it to light, the setting that most affects it is Brightness, if you want HDR then turning back brightness to about 0.5-0.6 will tone it down,( daytime to dull ) but without HDR it appears to be ok.

edit.. but agree spot and vc views are not quite the same.

 

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