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PTA+Reshade profile with HDR=OFF in P3D

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On 3.5.2017 at 11:18 AM, YoYo said:

 I released my profiles for PTA PRESET with HDR=OFF in P3D.

Whole manual (+videos/screenies) and files are here (on SOH Forum):

http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/showthread.php/105608-PTA-tool-Reshade-and-my-profile

 

On 11.6.2017 at 5:30 AM, warriorpilot said:

Will this work in P3Dv4?

I tried the profile in V3 and it is great. Would also like to know whether it can be used in P3D V4 and with the new PTA V 2.51.

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Yes, I did the new profile of ReShade for better colours for P3Dv4. It works and looks very ok. The new profile is here: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/showthread.php/105608-PTA-tool-Reshade-and-my-profile?p=1094632&viewfull=1#post1094632 .

It works ok with HDR on and off (I noticed that in P3Dv4 HDR on hasnt any impact for FPS or very, very small).

 

About new PTA profile. I havent this new payware version (yet).

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Looks good.

Just one question : why would you want to disable HDR in P3D to use Reshade to create a HDR effect ?

Reshade also costs a little performance.

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In P3Dv3 was a heavy drop of fps. Here was the main reason. Second is the HDR in both P3D isnt finished for me. Too bright or too dark in some of situations.

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9 hours ago, YoYo said:

In P3Dv3 was a heavy drop of fps. Here was the main reason. Second is the HDR in both P3D isnt finished for me. Too bright or too dark in some of situations.

Luckily in V4 the performance loss is almost none.

The "too bright" or "too bright" is exactly what can be controlled with PTA.

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