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Sim Looks Really Blue?

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Hey, bunch of friends recommended me the RealismShaderPack and I decided to give it a try but my sim looks really blue on the cockpit.

 

Picture 1 (Before RealismShaderPack):

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Picture 2 (After RealismShaderPack):

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This are two different airports but what we are looking at is the cockpit.

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Cant say its looking very blue, in my opinion. The second picture looks more realistic!

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Cant say its looking very blue, in my opinion. The second picture looks more realistic!

I personally don't like how it looks, sorry for being so picky but it just bothers me, I like the effect, don't get my wrong, I just think its a little bit overdone,  I would like to tone it down just a little bit.   :smile: 

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I personally don't like how it looks, sorry for being so picky but it just bothers me, I like the effect, don't get my wrong, I just think its a little bit overdone,  I would like to tone it down just a little bit.   :smile:

 

 

Well, I guess you are in the possession of PTA, so you could simply tune the effect by yourself.

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Well, I guess you are in the possession of PTA, so you could simply tune the effect by yourself.

How is the effect name called? I've been looking for it since yesterday.

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I'm sharing the same feedback after trying Ultimate Realism Pack 1.0.1.

 

Horizon is so far too much bue-hish for my setup. I'm not using Reshade. Did once month ago, wasn't convince and as the Ultimate Realism Pack is propose with and with Reshade I'm considering the blue-hish issue would happened the same with reshade. 

 

I was soo much eager to discover th URL for PTA 2.0 and frankly speaking I'm sorry, but I'm a little bit disapointed.

 

Well, I guess you are in the possession of PTA, so you could simply tune the effect by yourself.

 

Easy to say, hard to find the exact parameter to set without making mistakes. I'm personnaly not skill enough and I test to untick, back to default some value... without success

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On my screen, it doesn't look very blue. Maybe consider tuning your monitor settings (saturation etc).

 

Also, there should be an effect called "rayleigh scattering" in PTA. If you increase this parameter, the sims tends to get more "blueish", especially in the horizon.

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I'm sharing the same feedback after trying Ultimate Realism Pack 1.0.1.

 

Horizon is so far too much bue-hish for my setup. I'm not using Reshade. Did once month ago, wasn't convince and as the Ultimate Realism Pack is propose with and with Reshade I'm considering the blue-hish issue would happened the same with reshade. 

 

I was soo much eager to discover th URL for PTA 2.0 and frankly speaking I'm sorry, but I'm a little bit disapointed.

 

 

Easy to say, hard to find the exact parameter to set without making mistakes. I'm personnaly not skill enough and I test to untick, back to default some value... without success

 

No need for dissapointment.  :smile: Just check the Troubleshooting section on URP website, all explained there how to tweak the blue in PTA or ReShade. A minute of work.

In your case rayleigh scattering must be reduced in PTA Tool.

 

It's normal that some love the preset and others simply don't. That is why I introduced Troubleshooting section which allows you to possibly fix some problems and tweak the visuals per your liking in few short steps. All can be tweaked per your liking, it's just the matter do you want to or not.  :wink:

 

Also don't forget that ambient color HIGHLY depends on sky textures! Using REX, EnvTex or any other skies will result in different ambient/haze/clouds colors.

I'm not saying it will be worse, just different from the example screens that oyu can see on URP website.

 

http://ultimaterealismpack.weebly.com/troubleshooting.html

 

cheerses

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FWIW I ran into this exact problem with the Thopat settings.  It turned out that my monitor got put into "game" color mode and was making things astonishingly blue, and the preset brought it out.  I changed it back to sRGB and it looks amazingly better now, in all cases.

 

Check your monitor's color settings.

 

-stefan

 

Edit: Try opening the screenshots on your phone or another computer and see if htey still look as blue.  I noticed when I opened my screenshots on a laptop and was wondering why I thought it was blue in the first place.

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