GT Atmosphere & Scenery

GT Atmosphere & Scenery 0.5.3a

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All previous pp filters & weather types deleted. This is a complete new start of a graphic mod :
0.5.1 : GT_gold pp filter for weather types "GT_golden_brown" and "GT_sandstorm".
An attempt to offer something else than the natural orientated graphics mods out there (which are an absolute piece of art of course ;)).
I was messing around in the desert scenery to give it that typical dry, hot and sandy look with a golden brown edge to it...started from the default "clear" weather settings and worked a pp filter around it, that derived from the default "movie" filter ingame.
some screens and a vid...

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3.1 MB
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3.86 star(s) 7 ratings

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  1. small fix on ppfilter GT_Silver

    * fixed flickering lights in ppfilter GT_Silver during night racing. A bit less lumination and...
  2. added 4th weather mod "GT Miami Night"

    changelog 0.5.3 : - fixed all previews - pp filters renamed with capital like GT_Gold &...
  3. third weather mod added : GT_Blue_Moon

    **Advise : use content manager and JSGME for optimal graphics** * changelog 0.5.2 : - added...
  4. See OP for description!!

    See OP for description and screens!! *GT_Gold" PP filter + "GT_golden_brown" & "GT_sandstorm"...

Latest reviews

the folder should be "ppfilters" not "ppfilter" also the bloom effects for the silver filter more than what we have in GT S at medium/longer range , also the shape of the bloom is more like a circle radiating from the light source, not the linear ones in this mod. In GT S it spreads a lot more but is significantly less bright further away. The night weathers have clouds that look abominable. But still a decent mod none the less, plz keep working on it
Excellent enhancer with an optimization bonus! Laptop gamers rejoice!
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Grand Tourist
Thx my friend. Appreciated
Hey, I see your AMD settings and I wanted to tell you that 4xEQ is a huge gpu sucker for very little gain. 4x is much lighter for a little bit of difference. Sometimes 8x takes a little bit more than 4xEQ but 8x is very noticeable in quality.
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Grand Tourist
Thank you very much for the great advice and nice 5 star rating. Any further comment or advice is welcome in the support section.