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Wedge's Visions | ReShade + MasterEffect 1.2

ReShade + MasterEffect custom preset for Stock Car Extreme

  1. Wedge
    Wedge's Visions is a ReShade + MasterEffect custom preset for Stock Car Extreme. It's an advanced post-processing injector much like SweetFX and ENB.

    It's currently using the ReShade v0.18.2 and MasterEffect v1.1.190. I'll be updating this preset regularly with their new versions.


    Check out this gallery for more screenshots comparison: http://imgur.com/a/Ewq7r

    To install, simply copy the files included to your Stock Car Extreme game directory (i.e. \steamapps\common\Stock Car Extreme).
    You can use the Num Lock key to turn the effects on and off.

    *IMPORTANT*

    Before installing this pack, remove any other PP injector you have installed, like SweetFX or ENB, otherwise things will break.

    *TROUBLESHOOT*
    If you're using custom AA or multisampling settings on your VGA control panel, open the file MasterEffect.h on any text editor, find the line #define USE_SMAA and change it from 1 to 0 to improve your FPS.


    Comments and critiques are welcome!

    For more information, check out the README.txt and the \_Docs directory.

    Reiza's Game Stock Car Extreme never looked so good!

    Don't forget to rate this MOD!

    Enjoyed the preset? Feel free to buy me a cup of coffee!
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    Fabri, Jordi Oliva, JustSound and 3 others like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. fafosolid69
    fafosolid69
    5/5,
    Version: 1.2
    Merci, gros changement. Et c'est plus réel.
  2. Krzysztof Volek
    Krzysztof Volek
    4/5,
    Version: 1.2
    The way it changes original graphics is absolutely amazing. Unfortunately it also seems to add a lot of jagginess, it's almost like AA was not working at all. I use 4xMS+4xSGS forced through NVidia Inspector, it gives very good result on removing jaggies maintaining resonable performance at the same time, but after replacing d9d9.dll with the one provided with this mod I have jaggies all over the lines and barriers. I have changed the #define USE_SMAA setting in the MasterEffect.h file, but it only affects performance, not quality.
    That's a real shame because after seeing how awesome this game can look I don't want to revert to the vanila graphics, but those jaggies kill the immersion for me.
  3. Fabian Biehne
    Fabian Biehne
    5/5,
    Version: 1.2
    Compared to the normal graphics this one looks really realistic and crisp! Nice mod and thank you! One question: is it possible to customize it by myself?
  4. Patrik Marek
    Patrik Marek
    5/5,
    Version: 1.2
    look pretty nice, making it more realistic - especially color of the sky makes more sense now
  5. Fabri
    Fabri
    5/5,
    Version: 1.2
    Seem the best graphic mode for grt GSC.
    Grt job
    For my gtx 970 have a 170 fps with ON, and 300 OFF. I use antialias 4x in game setting, and default setting for your app(use smaa=1). Find this way good AA and fps result.
  6. Rikki88
    Rikki88
    5/5,
    Version: 1.2
    It's amazing what a simple tweak can do.
    Great mod!
  7. kauff
    kauff
    5/5,
    Version: 1.2
    Project wha? Sorry to spam but this really improves on default gfx
  8. kauff
    kauff
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    nice work. looks really nice and helps immersion!
  9. Insert Coin
    Insert Coin
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Amazing! This looks very realistic. Well done!
    1. Wedge
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  10. Andre Gaida
    Andre Gaida
    3/5,
    Version: 1.0
    The look is very nice but the performance with triple screen and multimonitor is very poor compared to standart graphics
    1. Wedge
      Author's Response
      Andre, could you run a couple of tests for me to see if it improves your triple screen FPS?

      First, turn off the game anti-alias on the config screen and see if it affects your FPS.

      Then, open up the ReShade.fx on notepad and change a couple of lines to test if the performance improves. You can do this with the game opened, just alt+tab, edit the file, save, then go back to the game, it should recompile the effect.
      1) #define USE_FXAA change from 1 to 0 to turn off the FXAA and test if it improves the FPS.
      2) #define USE_SHARPENING change from 1 to 0 to turn off the noise effect and test

      Also try with sharpening 0 and FXAA 1, and also try turning on and off your game AA.

      See if any of these solutions improves your FPS and tell me the results.

      Thank you!
  11. hex
    hex
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Excuse my language, but HOLY **** this looks amazing. Thank you!
    1. Wedge
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  12. solo1149
    solo1149
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Rename the DLL in d3d9_2.dll and put the new
  13. Denis Mitchell
    Denis Mitchell
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Excellent thank you very much. I have a problem though. The d3d9.dll you replace is also replaced by the hud program i use called GID. Is there a way to combine these perhaps so i dont have to choose GID or your improved visuals?
    1. Wedge
      Author's Response
      Unfortunately no. GID uses its own custom d3d9.dll to inject their hud. unless either GID or ReShade allows to link a proxy dll. For the time being you gonna have to choose to run one of them at a time.
  14. felippekiss
    felippekiss
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Great