Another PPF, you might think...
Yes, but this one has been done to work with any kind of weathers (sunny, overcast, night, etc.)
Yes, a one and only that gives its best in every situations. Well, in fact there's two filters; one with and one without ambient occlusion. But once you have choosen the one that match your feelings (and hardware) there's no more need to switch from a PPF to another.
It really gives a new touch to AC and, last but not least, making new weathers is very easy because (unless you want to do unusual things) [AMBIENT] and [SUN] colorcurves has to be greascale, except the morning/evenig sun which is better with a red/yellow tint.
For example, the Mid-Clear sections looks like this:
Code:[SUN] LOW=180,165,135,18 HIGH=160,160,160,21 [AMBIENT] LOW=130,130,130,8 HIGH=130,130,130,8
And, of course, there's NO need of some SweetFX/Reshade thing...
In the attached file, you'll find the PPF itself and two weathers: Mid-Clear and Night.
Feel free to use this filter, to modify it, to include it in your own weather pack without asking permission or giving credits. Just feed this topic with some link to your creation
Watch it in fullscreen (F11)
High detailed lights:
(OK, the front lights are not so good...)
Vivid and natural colors: