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Some of the sharpest optics I have ever seen...

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The nVidia SHARPENING filter, should win some kind of optics award...for this one feature has done more than practically anything else to date, to give clear, precise optics...that truly mimic the real world.  Simply beyond belief!   The following snaps are having lifted off from KRDM, out and over Orbx's Oregon TE HD...headed East, for Ottawa, Canada.  Beautiful morning sun, around 8:30 am....

up..up, and away...

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Does look amazing Mitch!  Are you using anything else in your set like ReShade or Xvision?


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Looking at limitations per NVidia"

  • Sharpening will not work with HDR displays
  • GPU scaling engages when games are played only in full-screen mode, and not in windowed or borderless windowed mode.

 

I use HDR displays and windowed mode so it appears this would not work for me.


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Thanks for the tip.

I tried it in P3D and found it to be 'cost free' in terms of FPS.

I think it looks good. It seems the colors are a bit desaturated with it enabled, but I could just be imagining things.

Here's how to do it, in case anyone wants to try it out.


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4 hours ago, blazer05 said:

Looking at limitations per NVidia"

  • Sharpening will not work with HDR displays
  • GPU scaling engages when games are played only in full-screen mode, and not in windowed or borderless windowed mode.

 

I use HDR displays and windowed mode so it appears this would not work for me.

I use HDR in sim (P3Dv4.5 hf2) and it works quite nice for me, a big difference!.

Cheers, Ed

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Cheers, Ed

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8 hours ago, Pugilist2 said:

Does look amazing Mitch!  Are you using anything else in your set like ReShade or Xvision?

Yes, I am using in all my shots xVision 1.41 and this script...which is most excellent...where I did also a PBR modification to enhance it...

You can get it off the .org

XtremeRealisticV6.xvs

Set PBR to 3.0 to eliminate shimmer of auto-gen.  Make sure you SAVE after any alterations to the script.

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7 hours ago, Jovabra said:

Also in the Prepar3dV4 sim. Thanks for this "top" advice👍

No problem...I won't fly Xplane without it in operation.  I probably need to fire up P3D and see how it looks with it as 'on.  Probably tonight! 🙂

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5 hours ago, blazer05 said:

Looking at limitations per NVidia"

  • Sharpening will not work with HDR displays
  • GPU scaling engages when games are played only in full-screen mode, and not in windowed or borderless windowed mode.

 

I use HDR displays and windowed mode so it appears this would not work for me.

You might want to configure TO use it....mind blowing!

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4 hours ago, RichieFly said:

Thanks for the tip.

I tried it in P3D and found it to be 'cost free' in terms of FPS.

I think it looks good. It seems the colors are a bit desaturated with it enabled, but I could just be imagining things.

Here's how to do it, in case anyone wants to try it out.

RichieFly, I could never go back to not having this filter engaged.   Simply now, won't happen, lol.   It's now like my monitor is merely a window that I am looking out, from the interior of the cockpit.... no blur...you can see the mountain features...at the horizon event....wow!

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1 hour ago, edpatino said:

I use HDR in sim (P3Dv4.5 hf2) and it works quite nice for me, a big difference!.

Cheers, Ed

Pretty amazing, eh Ed? 🙂  The first time I viewed after enabling it...well, my jaw hit the computer desk!

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11 hours ago, Sesquashtoo said:

Pretty amazing, eh Ed? 🙂  The first time I viewed after enabling it...well, my jaw hit the computer desk!

Super amazing. I had to adjust the slider down to 0.35 tough. For me 0.50 was too much. I also occasionally use Aerofly FS 2, which has very nice and sharp graphics, and with this new drivers, P3D is really very very close.

Cheers, Ed


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I can't believe I haven't heard about this before, looks great in P3D too!


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1 hour ago, regis9 said:

I can't believe I haven't heard about this before, looks great in P3D too!


Something similar has been around for years with Sweetfx. A little gimmicky. 
if only real life as that sharp, what with all the glare, haze, dust and dirt on the cockpit window, tinted windows then looking through sunglasses. 

But it makes screenshots look pretty I suppose. 🙂

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