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, unless you use Content Manager, in which case you should still select "default" and this filter will get used) 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 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 / MeMyselfAndI
From older mod versions (negligible changes):