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Any way to remove the intentional blurriness in the game?

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I use a large screen, so I used to use reshade as it had sharpen filters. This removed the foggy blur that is applied to EVERYTHING in the game, and the result was nice crisp textures.

 

But now reshade is banned, and game looks terrible again.

 

1. Are there any tweakable graphics in the ini file?

2. Is there a way to turn off the blur ?

3. Is there a way to turn off the dof (depth of field) because it looks terrible on large monitors?

 

Below are examples of what the game used to look with the sharpen filters and how it looks stock.

 

Edit: You have to remember this was sharpened for a large monitor. It won't look as great on a small screen.

For an idea of how it looks on my screen, look at only the thumbnail, and that is how it looks once rendered on the screen.

The posted image represents perhaps 1/6th of the actual screen size.

 

 

 

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Edited by Cit_the_bed

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Let me be the first to say the first image looks bad to me.

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6 minutes ago, JCC45 said:

Let me be the first to say the first image looks bad to me.

 

You have to remember this was sharpened for a large monitor, and not for smaller one. It won't look "right" to some people with a screen with less pixels.

 

Just look at the thumbnail, and that is how it looks once rendered on the screen. The posted image represents perhaps 1/6th of the actual screen size.

Edited by Cit_the_bed

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In painting it is called a wash or washing the image. It is supposed to make things look more realistic by highlighting shadows and the like. I agree with the OP though, prefer a sharper image for gameplay. 

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Dang that looks more detailed in the first image...

I am using a TV as my monitor so I have an option to adjust the sharpen if I want XD
But it doesn't apply if I took screenshots and show it to someone ;-;

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I just found out about reshade now that it causes bans....

Could have used it on my 2560x1440 monitor....

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27 minutes ago, Admiral_Thrawn_1 said:

Think it depends on the screen as well as the eyes of the player.

^^^^^^^ This

 

ANd iot woujld have been better to use the same scene to show the differences.

Edited by CylonRed

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12 minutes ago, mavfin87 said:

Fog Remover in modpack helps

 

:Smile_great:

 

I was going to say the same thing. :Smile_honoring:

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25 minutes ago, mavfin87 said:

Fog Remover in modpack helps

 

^^ This, although the author has set the light to a drop-down 90' degrees by default and it can look wonky on some maps.

 

@Cit_the_bed

Get the WoWs unpacker (in mods part of the forum), unpack res\spaces\*.ubersettings with it and it will create a lot of folders with one file in each called space.ubersettings

Then go in to each map-file and search for <fogStart>(multiple instances in each file) and replace the value underneath with 5000 and save. When you've done that in all the files, move the folder 'spaces' to res_mods\<current_version_number> and you're good.

Edited by Krautjaeger

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Ashland modpack has fog remover and a clear view to remove the haze and other effects.

But as far as sharpening the images I wouldn't know.

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I miss having the sharper/clearer WoWs...  

 

But I'll take playing the game on my account over being suspended.

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2 hours ago, CylonRed said:

^^^^^^^ This

 

ANd iot woujld have been better to use the same scene to show the differences.

I couldn't remember where that village was in tears of the desert

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1 hour ago, AirshipCanon said:

Ok, what did Reshade do that makes it cause bans?

The devs don't want to spend the time to set the .dll for Reshade or SweetFX to be whitelisted, so since it hooks into the program their cheat detect auto-bans for it.

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10 minutes ago, Sirus_Patton said:

The devs don't want to spend the time to set the .dll for Reshade or SweetFX to be whitelisted, so since it hooks into the program their cheat detect auto-bans for it.

Well that's dumb.

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Guys, we want to be able to see every pixel. We don't want to discriminate against the pixels. With "sharpen" we can see every pixel again. That's wonderful.

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I do think Reshade should be white listed but seriously question if all the people hit with the ban wave were just using Reshade. I haven't used it since Dark Souls 3 but it wasn't exactly trivial to set up.

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On 10/8/2017 at 3:53 PM, Cit_the_bed said:

I use a large screen, so I used to use reshade as it had sharpen filters. This removed the foggy blur that is applied to EVERYTHING in the game, and the result was nice crisp textures.

 

But now reshade is banned, and game looks terrible again.

 

1. Are there any tweakable graphics in the ini file?

2. Is there a way to turn off the blur ?

3. Is there a way to turn off the dof (depth of field) because it looks terrible on large monitors?

 

Below are examples of what the game used to look with the sharpen filters and how it looks stock.

 

Edit: You have to remember this was sharpened for a large monitor. It won't look as great on a small screen.

For an idea of how it looks on my screen, look at only the thumbnail, and that is how it looks once rendered on the screen.

The posted image represents perhaps 1/6th of the actual screen size.

 

 

 

sharpen.png

blur.png

I will post a set of mine

On 10/8/2017 at 3:55 PM, JCC45 said:

Let me be the first to say the first image looks bad to me.

 

Top is with reshade

Spoiler

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The one below is without

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