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Ultimate Realism Pack v1.0 Prologue

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Available at:

 

http://ultimaterealismpack.weebly.com/

 

New users, please check the INFO page on the website first, important information there!

Check the Media section on the website for comparison screenshots!

Check the README.txt after you installed the pack!

Not to mention INSTRUCTION.txt in EVERY folder! 1f642.png:)

All support via contact page on the website!

Happy flights captains!

 

 

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Thanks! Is it possible to use URP without Reshade? Technically, of course, but does it also look good without Reshade?

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Thanks! Is it possible to use URP without Reshade? Technically, of course, but does it also look good without Reshade?

 

ReShade is optional. You can check comparison screenshots on the website.

 

Cheers

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P11e

great package...thanks for your work...!

I have just a couple of comments which may be not related to your presets/textures but can be caused by other settings in my sim.

 

- I find there is a general blueish color cast...how can I reduce it ?

- in my opinion the haze level at high altitude is too high and the sky doesn't look so brilliant as in your screenshot but I suspect it might be caused also by ASN visibility settings....what settings have been used for the wethaer engine during the creation of the presets ?

 

thanks

 

Ezio

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Can i just ask, what visibility settings do you use in your weather program? 

 

All screenshots in Media section are taken with custom weather theme created in P3D, I think I've used 32 or 48km visibility up to 8000ft.

In AS16 I use max surface visibility=30 and max upper visibility=150.

 

Yes ! Great news ! I was so much waiting for the v1 ! The media section is cool !

 

Thanks! :)

 

 

P11e

great package...thanks for your work...!

I have just a couple of comments which may be not related to your presets/textures but can be caused by other settings in my sim.

 

- I find there is a general blueish color cast...how can I reduce it ?

- in my opinion the haze level at high altitude is too high and the sky doesn't look so brilliant as in your screenshot but I suspect it might be caused also by ASN visibility settings....what settings have been used for the wethaer engine during the creation of the presets ?

 

thanks

 

Ezio

 

- you can reduce either by fiddling with ReShade tweaks (check Troubleshooting section on the URP website), or by reducing Rayleigh scattering in PTA tool from 4.0 to say 2.0. I will add Rayleigh scattering fix in Troubleshooting section too.

- Haze at high altitude is also connected to rayleigh scattering, reduce it to 2.0 and test.  :wink:

 

As for weather engine and visibility, check my first answer in this reply.

 

cheers

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Congratulations! Pack seems amazing. Can't test myself, since I don't have P3D, but I think good work has to be recognized... 

And I gotta say... the site also seems great. Very user-friendly. Great job!

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Ultimate Realism Pack v1.0.1 changelog:
  • some minor changes to the README file
  • strong haze in Spring-Summer ReShade preset is fixed
  • blue haze in Fall-Winter ReShade preset is fixed and slightly reduced

 

cheers  :smile:

 

 

Thanks ! The too-much blue haze was the first thing that pop-up to my eyes when test v1.0 Prologue...

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Congratulations! Pack seems amazing. Can't test myself, since I don't have P3D, but I think good work has to be recognized... 

And I gotta say... the site also seems great. Very user-friendly. Great job!

 

Thank you Gabriel!

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URP updated to v1.0.1 and Troubleshooting section updated!Ultimate Realism Pack v1.0.1 changelog:

  • some minor changes to the README file
  • strong haze in Spring-Summer ReShade preset is fixed
  • blue haze in Fall-Winter ReShade preset is fixed and slightly reduced
cheers :smile:

 

I followed your instructions in the REshade readme file and all I get now is a black P3d with a white dot as the sun. Literally the screen is just black with a menu and a white dot sun. Honestly your instructions aren't that clear.

 

"- copy both presets (ini files) to "...\Prepar3d\" (VERY IMPORTANT)"

 

What does this mean. What path? is this in the REshade folder? The main P3d folder?

 

UPDATE: this only happens with the Winter-fall preset

 

UPDATE 2: For some reason I got it to work. Just to confirm. In the reshade preset, for winter-fall, theres only two options actually enabled?

 

UPDATE 3: The winter fall preset is too blue. I tried your troubleshooting section for changing the values in reshade. I don't have the ability to change each individual setting. Its either on or off. How do you get the options available to change the parameters of each individual setting within reshade?

 

Your work is fantastic and I want my sim to look like the pictures in the OP! :)

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I followed your instructions in the REshade readme file and all I get now is a black P3d with a white dot as the sun. Literally the screen is just black with a menu and a white dot sun. Honestly your instructions aren't that clear.

 

"- copy both presets (ini files) to "...\Prepar3d\" (VERY IMPORTANT)"

 

What does this mean. What path? is this in the REshade folder? The main P3d folder?

 

UPDATE: this only happens with the Winter-fall preset

 

UPDATE 2: For some reason I got it to work. Just to confirm. In the reshade preset, for winter-fall, theres only two options actually enabled?

 

UPDATE 3: The winter fall preset is too blue. I tried your troubleshooting section for changing the values in reshade. I don't have the ability to change each individual setting. Its either on or off. How do you get the options available to change the parameters of each individual setting within reshade?

 

Your work is fantastic and I want my sim to look like the pictures in the OP! :)

 

- "...\Prepad3d v3\" strictly means Prepar3d folder, since I don't know did oy installed it in Program Files, C:, D:, etc.

- Three options available with ReShade preset - Ambientlight, DPX, and Sepia, probably only two active in Winter preset - Ambientlight and DPX.

- If you downloaded v1.0.1 then you don't need to tweak Winter ReShade preset, only reduce Rayleigh scattering in PTA Tool (check Troubleshooting section on the website) to reduce blue haze.

- to enable editing of tweaks in ReShade you must switch from Performance to Configuration mode in ReShade Settings tab.

 

Thank you!

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- "...\Prepad3d v3\" strictly means Prepar3d folder, since I don't know did oy installed it in Program Files, C:, D:, etc.

- Three options available with ReShade preset - Ambientlight, DPX, and Sepia, probably only two active in Winter preset - Ambientlight and DPX.

- If you downloaded v1.0.1 then you don't need to tweak Winter ReShade preset, only reduce Rayleigh scattering in PTA Tool (check Troubleshooting section on the website) to reduce blue haze.

- to enable editing of tweaks in ReShade you must switch from Performance to Configuration mode in ReShade Settings tab.

 

Thank you!

Thank you so much!

 

so both presets just go into the main p3d folder? i put them into the reshade folder.

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Thank you so much!

 

so both presets just go into the main p3d folder? i put them into the reshade folder.

 

Yes, exactly, into the main Prepar3d folder. Why to ReShade folder? I didn't wrote "...\Prepar3d v3\reshade-shaders\" :)

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Yes, exactly, into the main Prepar3d folder. Why to ReShade folder? I didn't wrote "...\Prepar3d v3\reshade-shaders\" :)

yeah yeah yeah!!! ;P

 

That's why I wanted to clarify which folder to put them in because I was initially confused. ;)

 

All in all, I love the work you have been doing! Please keep improving it!

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When I apply the presets I have this warning:

 

Applying [Turn off HDR luminance adaptation effect] to C:\Prepar3D\ShadersHLSL\PostProcess\HDR.hlsl
ERROR applying tweak [Turn off HDR luminance adaptation effect]  Problem with patch #0 - Patched block not found.
   Applying [Alternate tonemap adjustment] to C:\Prepar3D\ShadersHLSL\PostProcess\HDR.hlsl
ERROR applying tweak [Alternate tonemap adjustment]  Problem with patch #0 - Patched block not found.
 
Any idea what could be the problem ?

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Any idea what could be the problem ?

Hi Ezio!

Could you pls show a PTA start screen (and log). Are there errors in the log when starting PTA tool?

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 Here it is...

The first one is upon starting PTA...the second is after applying the preset...

 

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the second is after applying the preset...

Thanks for info.

Do you have a subdirectory "PostProcess" in c:\Users\FlightSim\Downloads\PTA V2\PTA\SHADERS_BACKUP\?

What size of file c:\Users\FlightSim\Downloads\PTA V2\PTA\SHADERS_BACKUP\PostProcess\HDR.hlsl? (It should be 6252 bytes).

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Do you have a subdirectory "PostProcess" in c:\Users\FlightSim\Downloads\PTA V2\PTA\SHADERS_BACKUP\?

Yes

 

 

 


What size of file c:\Users\FlightSim\Downloads\PTA V2\PTA\SHADERS_BACKUP\PostProcess\HDR.hlsl? (It should be 6252 bytes).

 

the file size is 7kb

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