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TOPIC: Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV)

Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 1 year 6 months ago #1

I'm sorry, my English is not good

Before:
When I took the Screenshot using the Screenshot function of FF 14, I was able to take the Screenshot with the Reshade reflected
※ When you use the Screenshot function of FF 14, the copy light is automatically listed in the Screenshot

now:
When you take the Screenshot using the Screenshot function of FF 14,
You can take a Screenshot in a state where Reshade is not reflected
* Reshade is reflected when taking Screenshot with Reshade function. However, copyright is not stated in the Screenshot.
** Reshade is reflected on the screen of FF 14

Do you know the reason why Reshade is not reflected when using Screenshot function of FF 14?
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 1 year 6 months ago #2

Of course. The game takes the screenshot before ReShade does its thing. This is completely normal and the case in all games. That's why ReShade has its own screenshot feature. You can assign a key on the settings tab of the in-game UI.
Cheers, crosire =)
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 1 year 6 months ago #3

Well, but it used to be done before.
Reshade was reflected even by using SS function of FF 14 until at least 2/13.
※Friends are still able to take the SS that reflected Reshade using the SS function of FF14.

I have not changed the setting, so I do not know why I can not use it ('· ω · `)
#I have only noticed about WindowsUpdate. . .
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 1 year 5 months ago #4

Atleast reshade works for you, its just throwing up the kernel base / dxgi.dll errors here.

bolotaurs sweetfx, seems to be a windows 7 regression.
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 1 year 4 months ago #5

Did you ever figure out what the problem was? I'm having this same issue and it's been driving me nuts!
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 11 months 1 week ago #6

I joined the forum because of this!!! T.T
I couldn't find a solution after all.
so I just installed the old version, and in the old version I got a screenshot with a copyright.
If you want to install the old version,
You can download it from here.
reshade.me/forum/general-discussion/294-...-repository-new-host
Thanks for Evan20xx.

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It was okay when I first installed old version. But rebooted the game = didn't work...... That's not the solution either. T.T
Last Edit: 11 months 1 week ago by dice55. Reason: Content needed to be modified.
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 4 weeks 12 hours ago #7

I just found out what to do instead of setting your screenshot key to print screen set it to any other key like tab or shift. Then click that key when you want to take a screenshot.
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 4 weeks 3 hours ago #8

This is Gamma issue.
If your setting value is 50, change it value except 50. If your setting value is not 50, change it value to 50.

How to set
https://twitter.com/seri_haruna/status/1138705709300834304
Reproduced
https://twitter.com/seri_haruna/status/1084513470169530369
Last Edit: 4 weeks 3 hours ago by seri14.
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Reshade is not reflected in Screenshot(FFXIV) 3 weeks 3 days ago #9

Because FFXIV uses scroll lock to hide HUD. If you hide HUD before taking screenshot, it will disable ReShade effects.

Simple solution: change ReShade toggle key to something else that isn't scroll lock, and/or use third party screenshot capture (I'm using Bandicam). FFXIV ss feature will give you watermark anyway, I don't like that.
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