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Question to FlyInside users (P3D)

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Hi all, 

I originally posted this to the flyinside forum, but traffic is kinda low there. If anyone has any help for the below it'd be much appreciated!

I'm in the pursuit of clarity - since switching back to the big tubeliners (PMDG 747 in particular) I'm finding that I'm needing a better and clearer image to view things, such as text on the screens.

Whilst its generally OK, I wanted to see if I'm doing it right, and optimally..

First my spec: I've got a Nvidia GTX 1080Ti, coupled with a Intel i5 8600k overclocked to 4.8 Ghz. Simulator of choice is P3D v4.4

I run with medium-low graphics settings, and very few sceneries (Just orbx global and some regions) I don't bother with airports as they tend to induce stutters, and prefer smoothness.

I've lately been running with the Oculus resolution set to 1x, and ssaa 4x with FXAA on. It looks OK but there are times I wonder if things are really as clear as they should be. I tried upping the Oculus resolution in settings up to 1.2x, and it had a small impact on frames but more annoyingly was the occasional stutter this introduced. 

I read the guide on the wiki and it suggests using the highest oculus resolution multiplier possible with MSAA, and I wondered what most other people are doing here to get a good mix of clarity/smoothness? Is SSAA & High multiplier a bad option, and would it be better to use high multiplier with MSAA, or am I doing it right already? 

Help appreciated.


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I don't use Flyinside, but in X-Plane, the AA settings do not affect visibility much. This is possibly the same with P3D. Try increasing the Oculus settings to 1.5 or ever 2, and remove FXAA altogether. Even without VR, FXAA causes blurry screens in P3D.


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