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Misc SweetFX + Reiza settings for GSC Extreme & Formula Truck 2013 SweetFX V1.512

Recommended post-processing plugin for enhanced graphics

  1. Renato Simioni

    Renato Simioni
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    Reiza Studios submitted a new resource:

    SweetFX + Reiza settings for GSC Extreme & Formula Truck 2013 - Recommended post-processing plugin for enhanced graphics

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  2. Kurupt CDN

    Kurupt CDN
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    Reiza!!! :thumbsup:
     
  3. Lou Sytsma

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    Sweet!

    And it is also works with the clamping d3d9.dll by renaming that one to d3d9_sweetfx.dll !!!!!
     
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  4. Billy Pilgrim

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    Sweet! (someone had to say it :) )
     
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  5. Fab #28

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  6. Billy Pilgrim

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    Where should these files get copied to? the GSC 2013 folder?
     
  7. Paul Bennett

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    @Reiza Studios - Guys my PC is old 2 core spec using a Nvida 9800 GT, I use the Wombat dll for a GPU boost would you recommend an install of SweetFX ?
     
  8. Lou Sytsma

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    Yes - as noted in the description.

    You should rename the original d3d9.dll driver to something else in case you need to revert back to it if you are not happy with the results.
     
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2014
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  9. roby13

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    is there a way to make it co-work with the trackmap plugin or rfdynhud?
     
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2014
  10. Rene7

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    This works whit 64 bit system to?
     
  11. Renato Simioni

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    Yes, just need to rename the dlls.

    @Rene7: Yep
     
  12. roby13

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    thx for reply! could u guys be more specific wich of all to rename? thx
     
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  14. Lou Sytsma

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    Yep. I'm running Windows 8.1 64 bit with no problems.
     
  15. Renato Simioni

    Renato Simioni
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    It´s already set to work with the trackmap. For other plugins, check the bottom section of SweetFX_settings.txt included in the package:

    /*-----------------------------------------------------------.
    / Misc settings /
    '-----------------------------------------------------------*/
    // You can load and chain other DirectX wrappers (ENB, Helix, Windower...)
    // If the external wrapper is already named d3d9.dll, rename it into
    // something else like "d3d9_enb.dll"

    #define external_d3d9_wrapper = d3d9_sweetfx.dll

    In the case of this package, d3d9_sweetfx.dll is actually the trackmap plugin, which you might be able to replace for rfdynhud.
     
  16. roby13

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    ah ok got it thx! i thought there was a way for all three simultaneously
     
  17. Paul Bennett

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    Tried this on a test install but a frame rate killer for me :(
     
  18. Jan Mikuž

    Jan Mikuž

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    I'd like to make a backup copy of the existing d3d9.dll first in case the performance hit turns out to be too big. Does the usual copy/paste method work for files of this kind or is there some other procedure ? :redface:

    Thanks
     
  19. roby13

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    u can change .dll extension to .dlloriginal or whatever u like
     
  20. Lazarou

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    This is lovely addition lose a few FPS but the pay off is well worth it. Not bad for a bunch of amateur modders ;).

    Thanks to @Lou Sytsma for the clamping .DLL information. Still pull over 250fps on most tracks.
     
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