Use SweetFX' film grain

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5 years 1 month ago #1 by eightcore
Use SweetFX' film grain was created by eightcore
Hi!

I installed ReShade Framework with MasterConfig today for Dirt Rally and would like to ask if I can enable the film grain effect from SweetFX somehow. I noticed that there are SweetFX files in the "ReShade" subfolder, but when I activate it (#define USE_FILMGRAIN 1) in the SweetFX.cfg, nothing happens.

Can anyone help me?

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5 years 1 month ago #2 by Ganossa
Replied by Ganossa on topic Use SweetFX' film grain
It should work but the default values make it very subtitle. I would recommend you to use the mediator for configuration cause it prevents mistakes done in the .cfg files.

Check if SweetFX Film Grain is activated in the Pipeline tab

Switch to the SweetFX tab and find the Film Grain sub entry.

Tweak it a bit to make it more visible. (dont forget to press apply to confirm changes)
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5 years 1 month ago #3 by eightcore
Replied by eightcore on topic Use SweetFX' film grain
Hey, thanks for your answer. No, it was not the lack of intensity, the effect was not visible at all.

However, i got rid of MasterConfig and now I just use the Reshade Framework. Film Grain works this way!

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5 years 1 month ago #4 by Alo81
Replied by Alo81 on topic Use SweetFX' film grain
I really recommend you try out the Film Grain option in the CustomFx file. I ported it over and to me it is just a straight up upgrade over the original SweetFx one. It looks really close to actual real world film grain, and has a nice sharpness to it.
Give it a shot!

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5 years 1 month ago #5 by eightcore
Replied by eightcore on topic Use SweetFX' film grain
Thanks for your advice, but in my use case, i prefer the SweetFX grain over the CustomFX one because it's less noticeable due to smaller variance. The latter grain is more beatiful, but I just want some false detail (DiRT Rally).

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