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Exhaust flames and carlights brighter without post processing effects

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Cedric Germain, Jul 25, 2014.

  1. Cedric Germain

    Cedric Germain
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    Hi everybody,

    in my AC options, I always put OFF the post processing effects because for me it's too much FPS loss and I'm not a big fan of those blurred textures.

    The only things that I like with post processing are the lights of the car (in front) and the exhaust flames. I have them with post processing OFF but they are not bright enought and the lights in front of the car are grey, it's not nice.

    So my question:

    is there a possibility to make exhaust flames more yellow and carlights brighter by having post processing effects OFF?

    Hope you understand what I mean :)

    Thanks
     
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  2. Pedro Cunha

    Pedro Cunha

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    Don't know about that but.... I WISH THEY PUT SPARKS ON THAT 98T!!!!!!
     
  3. Grzesiek Zabielski

    Grzesiek Zabielski

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    Great idea @Cedric Germain, hit to official forum with this annoying issue
     
  4. Georg Siebert

    Georg Siebert

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    @Cedric Germain

    No, I don't know of a way to increase headlight or exhaust brightness and glare without PP-effects off. However, the 'Glare Quality setting is responsible for said brightness. So if you turn all other options off besides Glare quality, you get bright headlights and exhaust flames, without the other effects which are detrimental to your fps.
    With only Glare enabled, the fps hit is minimized. You can try different settings for 'Overall effect quality' to strike a balance between the visual quality and the performance requirement.

    Example:

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  5. Cedric Germain

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    Thanks guys and Georg, I will try it.