Framework GEMFX vs Old Configurator Version.

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4 years 11 months ago - 4 years 11 months ago #1 by SirArthurStreebGreebling
Hi Lucifer

Recently I've been using both the reshade framework with gemfx and the old standalone version over attila total war.

What i was wondering is, is it possible to do all the things in the framework version that you can in the old one? For example i use your truecolor settings in the config, but I cant seem to get anything similar in the framework version. If its not possible, is this something you plan on adding to the framework version (truecolour - realistic) and if not...what would the comparable framework settings be to get the same results?


Also, slightly off topic but..are you still working on the natural light shader and advanced smaa ?

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4 years 11 months ago #2 by Ganossa
The only thing that is not yet possible is the UI Bypass but everything else is theoretically possible (plus there is a lot more you can do).

Reproducing results practically might be hard though :-). Soon it will become very easy though and I will write here again to explain once it is.

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4 years 7 months ago - 4 years 7 months ago #3 by foudelou
Hello, I don't know where to post but I have an equivalent question/problem :
I've got a GEMFX preset from your old standalone (for Elite Dangerous) but I can't make it work anymore I don't know why (I stopped playing it months ago and it worked then)
So, since Reshade works I was wondering if It was possible to transfer the parameters to it ? I don't find the equivalent parameters on reshade though, especially the TrueColor shader.
Is it possible to have some help ? :blush:

the preset :

Nevermind it works, I had to use the installer first (I didn't know there was one in the first place) :whistle:

Thanks for your work anyway, I hope you'll manage to make your tool nevertheless !
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