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!
Note: To get SweetFX to work on Guild Wars 2 you need to disable the in-game Anti-Aliasing settings
These settings slightly darkens the overall picture, sharpens the textures quite a bit, and adds vibrance to the picture. It also removes some blue and green from the image. Continue reading
This is mostly a cleanup / bugfix release
- Support for rename / update of presets
- Presets can be activated by double clicking entry in list
- Better display of games in game list
- General UI tweaks
- Now have version number
- About / Help dialog
- Written config file has easier to read formatting
- Separate edit fields for float3() values
6. nov update Note: The diff logic have a bug in this version, as a result it might not list all changes