@Karizee: What a cutie character you have~! And I especially love how well all the colors mesh in together. Do you mind sharing what colors those are? ^w^
So I got SweetFX working but it seems like the quality of the screenshots plumets when I try to upload them somewhere. I've tried Imgur and deviantArt but with no luck... At least my game looks prettier now~
| Sig by Shyama <3 | Playing: FFXIV: ARR, Pillars of Eternity, SWTOR |
@Aveline: I would suggest Flickr, since that seems to be the best to upload your pictures (for free) and to share them. It will also allow you to choose your own size to share, which is great so I won't have to do that in Photoshop. Cause this site cries with big images XD
You will always see quality loss when uploading sadly =(
I'm glad you got it to work ^^ There could be many issues. Administration issues is a known one (you can solve this by starting your game using right click and choose 'run as admin' if you can't seem to fix the problem itself but still wanna play). Also some said Fraps could cause a problem. And my bf had his games in the wrong program files: the x86 instead of x64. Lol. So I fixed that for him too xD
Midday, Spring Dew and Sky for the blues.
White Gold for the metallics, except for the 'wings' on the boots which is Silver.
Purple Breeze for the pink-ish part on the top.
Celestial for the belt/strap things and the sheer part between the legs on the skirt.
Obviously I took an extra shiny place to show it off on the screenshot. But I'm really enjoying this look.
I like the bright color and sharpness of your preset, but it makes the darks pop less compared to my other one. I'm a complete noob and don't know how to edit that stuff, but it would be ideal for me to merge the two styles. Is there some way for me to take your preset and manually adjust settings that would increase the depth/intensity of the darks while still keeping the brightness and sharpness of color sections that yours has(or simply work with my own from scratch to learn)? I wish the program just had sliders to mess with stuff yourself, but it looks like I need to look at the text files and see what is really going on.
Oh, and since you are familiar with it...can you load say your preset for GW2 into another game just to see what would happen? I'm assuming you can, but I've never tried and don't want to break things.
Ty...I've now made myself look at the setting files and actual input on the configurator. I didn't know you could adjust on the fly and see your results in realtime...that is awesome. I spent a lot of time messing up all my presets last night, but I made backups so it's ok. It is very easy to make something bad with sweet fx.