Resident evil 5 enb

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7 years 3 months ago #1 by Arnoob
Resident evil 5 enb was created by Arnoob
Hi everybody!
I know this might not be the good place to post that, but here is my problem : I'm trying to make ReShade work with enb in RE5. The reason is simple : the Enb mod permit to disable the awfull color filter in the game while reshade ME allows to implement some badass effect (like lens dirt, AO, chromatic aberation, DOF, noise, etc).
Can anyone knows a way to combine these two? Or know a way to disable the vanilla color? If it's the wrong place, just tell me where to post that, I'll share the results when I'll have the answer.
Have a good day!

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7 years 3 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #2 by robgrab
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You can also use GeDoSaTo to disable the color filter without the performance hit that the ENB imposes although I'm not sure if GeDoSaTo plays well with ReShade. GeDoSaTo also uses an implementation of SweetFX so you can apply many of the same filters. HBAO+ can be forced in NVIDIA Inspector if you're using an NVIDIA card. DoF won't work in this game because there's no depth buffer info.

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7 years 3 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #3 by Boulotaur2024
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DoF won't work in this game because there's no depth buffer info.

There should be a depth buffer available with no efforts. I remember taking some shots back then with HBAO on/off :
www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=136908187&postcount=3126

There are no d3d9 clear operations at all from the engine for RE5 (RE4 is another entirely different beast though) so there is no need for a zbuffer clear number hacks like I implemented in GeDoSaTo for certain reluctant games

So yeah I'm surprized it doesn't work from the get go with Reshade
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7 years 3 months ago #4 by Arnoob
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Indeed, I already implemented AO with nvidia inspector.
And strangely, effects like chromatic aberation and lens dirt worked on the game (I thought CA was depht buffer dependant? Oo)

I also saw that GeDoSaTo would totally disable the HUD in-game, wich is pretty problematic if you want to play, but I'll give it a try tonight and do my report to you. By the way, do you know if there's a shader in the ME suite that would deactivate the vanilla filter without other softwares?

And by the way, thanks for the response guys :-)

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7 years 3 months ago #5 by robgrab
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There should be a depth buffer available with no efforts. I remember taking some shots back then with HBAO on/off :
www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=136908187&postcount=3126

There are no d3d9 clear operations at all from the engine for RE5 (RE4 is another entirely different beast though) so there is no need for a zbuffer clear number hacks like I implemented in GeDoSaTo for certain reluctant games

So yeah I'm surprized it doesn't work from the get go with Reshade


Last time I checked the compatibility list I thought it said there was no depth buffer access in RE5. Good to know. I've been waiting for them to remove GFWL before messing with it again.

Also, yes, using GeDoSaTo to remove the color filter does disable the HUD. Honestly I prefer it to be off during gameplay (unless switching weapons and button prompts of course). I don't need it for knowing when I need health. There are plenty of other indicators for that.

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7 years 3 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #6 by crosire
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So yeah I'm surprized it doesn't work from the get go with Reshade

Last time I checked the compatibility list I thought it said there was no depth buffer access in RE5. Good to know.

Checked the game's demo again and depth access works just fine (and compatibility list says that too). Enjoy! =)
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7 years 3 months ago #7 by Arnoob
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Rograb your screenshots with the HDAO are really impressive.

I checked a bit on the gedosato side, and some people are talking about a "PSHash" to disable filter, I don't find it or where it works, could you enlighten me about that?

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7 years 3 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #8 by Nekrik
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Guys when i was researching about RE5 using both Gedosato and Enb i found out the following:
When using enb Color Grading -Green Pallete Filter removal it also disables some lens flares PP effects.
When using Gedosato'w PS hash injector it is also removes the HUD as someone already said . I couldn't find better PS hashes though i tried maybe 30 of them.
@Rograb, as far as for Depth Buffer information access for me,it works both in Gedosato thus working AO, and of course working perfect in Reshade both in dx9 and dx10 modes, as already stated in a thread somewhere here. I think i also posted a benchmark screenshot with a Reshade+ ME+wSfx preset i made.
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