Attempt to replicate what the eye sees rather than a camera, to get the best onboard view for driving rather than create photo-real external screenshots. No chromatic aberration, lens flares or erratic autoexposure. Saves approximately 15fps over the default filters.
Screenshot by @Tino66
To install: Unzip to the root of your AC install folder, run JSGME and activate Natural Weather and optionally Ben Lee + WagnumPI Clouds, then select the Natural_Mod PP filter in game. Set saturation to 100% in graphics options and exposure is set to 100% (Page Up/Page down when on the track).
Natural Photomode is for screenshots only, has higher quality DOF effect (very demanding) and other tweaks. HC version = High ContrastUnzip to the root of your AC install folder, run JSGME and activate Natural Oculus Rift Filter, Natural Weather and optionally Ben Lee + WagnumPI Clouds, then select the default PP filter (default.ini is used regardless of what you set) and set saturation to 100% in graphics options.
The mod has to overwrite default.ini due to this bug: http://www.assettocorsa.net/forum/i...er-selection-does-not-work-minor-issue.34560/
Suggest disabling Crepuscular Rays in the launcher in AC 1.7.5 due to this issue: http://www.assettocorsa.net/forum/i...m-all-angles-rather-than-just-from-sun.34556/
Thanks to @Ben Lee and @WagnumPI for allowing me to include their clouds in this mod.
With Assetto Corsa closed:
-Open JSGME, disable the previous versions of Natural Weather/Natural Oculus Rift Filter etc., then right click and delete them.
-Follow normal install instructions
If you dont use JSGME... you should be able to work out what to doIf you prefer a slightly warmer image, edit the ppfilter ini files and try these values at the end:
Decrease COLOR_TEMP or increase WHITE_BALANCE for more warmth
Photomode screenshots by @Tino66
More from older mod versions (negligible changes):