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 Post subject: Re: TES Skyrim SE
PostPosted: 08 Jan 2018, 20:17 
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Nice images Guzio. I'll have to sort the login to my webspace and upload a few images of my own. I use ELFX weathers myself. I've been turning off volumetric lighting in the ini to get rid of that hazey look, does anyone have any tips on how to do it without disabling volumetric lighting?


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 Post subject: Re: TES Skyrim SE
PostPosted: 08 Jan 2018, 23:45 
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jt_uk wrote:
Nice images Guzio. I'll have to sort the login to my webspace and upload a few images of my own. I use ELFX weathers myself. I've been turning off volumetric lighting in the ini to get rid of that hazey look, does anyone have any tips on how to do it without disabling volumetric lighting?



Volumetric lighting is weather dependent, so most weather mods make their own to tone it down and actually make it look good, but assuming ELFX weathers use vanilla records you could tweak the mod below on xEdit to make it either gone or just very subtle:

https://rd.nexusmods.com/skyrimspeciale ... mods/13731

Note that if you end up switching weather mods it might use different records for the VL and render the tweak obsolete.

edit: You'd have to tweak one VL record per weather type (clear, cloudy, etc) and day transition (sunrise, day, sunset and night). Honestly, I think it'd be easier and give a better result to go for a weather mod like Obsidian, Mythical or NAT.


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jt_uk wrote:
Nice images Guzio. I'll have to sort the login to my webspace and upload a few images of my own. I use ELFX weathers myself. I've been turning off volumetric lighting in the ini to get rid of that hazey look, does anyone have any tips on how to do it without disabling volumetric lighting?


Don't know how those god-rays look with the ELFX weather, but in the vanilla game they are just awful, something like a fog that washes out everything. But sometimes with a proper weather mod (I've tested NAT, Obsidian Weathers and Vivid Weathers), they can look almost nice :


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@NHK: Very cool looking Argonian, Rustic clothing and leaves

@Guzio: That riften fog looks good


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 Post subject: Re: TES Skyrim SE
PostPosted: 09 Jan 2018, 21:13 
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jt_uk wrote:
Nice images Guzio. I'll have to sort the login to my webspace and upload a few images of my own. I use ELFX weathers myself. I've been turning off volumetric lighting in the ini to get rid of that hazey look, does anyone have any tips on how to do it without disabling volumetric lighting?



Volumetric lighting is weather dependent, so most weather mods make their own to tone it down and actually make it look good, but assuming ELFX weathers use vanilla records you could tweak the mod below on xEdit to make it either gone or just very subtle:

https://rd.nexusmods.com/skyrimspeciale ... mods/13731

Note that if you end up switching weather mods it might use different records for the VL and render the tweak obsolete.

edit: You'd have to tweak one VL record per weather type (clear, cloudy, etc) and day transition (sunrise, day, sunset and night). Honestly, I think it'd be easier and give a better result to go for a weather mod like Obsidian, Mythical or NAT.


What can people suggest out of the two? NAT has a lot of extra effects, the flickering candles are too aggressive for my test. Although the base lighting is very good.


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