A link to configurator with latest sweetfx included. Thanks to CeeJay for it.
Someone asked if I could release the source code for the configurator.
Well, the code have more or less no comments, is badly structured, is not exactly following normal C# code, have ugly GUI hacks, and in general is not something I’d recommend people learning from.
When all that is said, I did add a GitHub repository for it. You can find that at https://github.com/terrasque/sweetfxui – for those of you that for some reason still want to have a look.
The license is GPLv3
While still working on an update to the configurator (mostly internal changes to make it easier to install for non-standard games, and to make it easier to use external presets), I’d like to tell you about another sweetfx project I’ve started, the SweetFX Settings Database. The goal of that site is mainly to collect SweetFX presets (and screenshots) for games, and list various special considerations for getting SweetFX to work on those games.
It is still under development, especially the layout needs some work, but the main parts are fully functional
TheAdipose has made a great video, giving an excellent intro to SweetFX + the configurator!