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Piotr007

Problem with DX10 and shadows

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Hi guys,

 

I am using the Steve DX10 fixer.

I applied AC self shadows and ground shadows, now I get this! Can someone help me please how to fix it?

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press the diagnostics button

 

(it should be showing a warning icon I would suspect)

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press the diagnostics button

 

(it should be showing a warning icon I would suspect)

Which diagnostics button and where?

Thanks for replying.

 

EDIT: I see the newer Fixer version has diagnostics button, I still use the old version somehow.

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Well firstly I would suggest that you update - what is your order reference?

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Well firstly I would suggest that you update - what is your order reference?

Yes, I made it! Version 3.092. But there is one last issue, from the tower I see a strange shadow cover.

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Order ref, you mean the ID?

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Hello Peter - don't worry I have found your order now. 

 

Sadly there is nothing you can do about that - its the same in DX9. 

 

Technically the problem is (technobabble alert) that you are zoomed  in a lot and there isn't sufficient accuracy in the depth buffer to render the shadows accurately at that distance.

 

In earlier version of the fixer I tried to address it but it caused side effects and broke other things.

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Hello Peter - don't worry I have found your order now. 

 

Sadly there is nothing you can do about that - its the same in DX9. 

 

Technically the problem is (technobabble alert) that you are zoomed  in a lot and there isn't sufficient accuracy in the depth buffer to render the shadows accurately at that distance.

 

In earlier version of the fixer I tried to address it but it caused side effects and broke other things.

Thank you for the reply Steve. I will take this into account when making flight video's.

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