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#361 hishutup

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Posted 07 June 2017 - 02:45 PM

Parallax does not exist in SSE. Well, it kind of does but it is pretty much non functional.

Typically, when a mesh is flagged to have parallax, the diffuse will be glitched to this weird grey color.



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Posted 07 June 2017 - 03:06 PM

Thanks for your answers guys.

 

Yes I know parallax doesn't exist in SSE but I wonder in Oldrim will parallax for old SRO textures still work with latest SRO textures for Oldrim.

 

Tried SSE today, works much nicer and more stable but I really miss some must-have mods from Oldrim. Darn it :)


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#363 federation25

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Posted 07 June 2017 - 07:32 PM

I did combine the new SRO with the parallax pack from osmodius' PPR on classic Skyrim, and I haven't really noticed any serious issues with the combination yet.  That being said, I have not been *everywhere* yet with this combo in place so I may yet stumble on a problem area.  The ground can also look a little off sometimes, but I've noticed that with parallax terrain patches in general.


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Posted 08 June 2017 - 02:47 AM

Hey guys, need some advice.

 

First, in Oldrim will old SRO paralax work with new SRO textures ?

 

I just cant decide what to start playing, I have AMD 480 8GB card, I want to go with Skyrim SSE but Oldrim has so much cool mods but from what I saw AMD sucks bigtime in DX9, any advice go Oldrim or SSE ?

AMD sucks in dx9? 

 

With 480 Skyrim should work excellent. 


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Posted 08 June 2017 - 04:52 PM

AMD sucks in dx9? 

 

With 480 Skyrim should work excellent. 

I did a testrun on Oldrim with couple of ENBs and it really tanked the fps, actually I may even got better performance with my old NVidia 770 2GB. Plus 4GB VRAM limit on Win10 with 3.5GB limit RAM for 32bit Oldrim.

 

Gonna give SSE another try if nothing Oldrim here I come :).

 

You guys playing Oldrim or SSE ?

 

Btw Starac again kudos on textures, great work!


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#366 TechAngel85

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Posted 08 June 2017 - 05:52 PM

I'm only playing SSE, atm, but still authoring on both.

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Posted 08 June 2017 - 07:32 PM

AMD sucks in dx9? 

 

With 480 Skyrim should work excellent. 

I agree that Skyrim should fly on a 480. I have a 290X and have never noticed any issues with performance in Skyrim on Windows 7.



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Posted 08 June 2017 - 07:52 PM

I agree that Skyrim should fly on a 480. I have a 290X and have never noticed any issues with performance in Skyrim on Windows 7.

Modded with ENB ?


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Posted 09 June 2017 - 03:59 AM

I did a testrun on Oldrim with couple of ENBs and it really tanked the fps, actually I may even got better performance with my old NVidia 770 2GB. Plus 4GB VRAM limit on Win10 with 3.5GB limit RAM for 32bit Oldrim.

 

Gonna give SSE another try if nothing Oldrim here I come :).

 

You guys playing Oldrim or SSE ?

 

Btw Starac again kudos on textures, great work!

Thanks.

 

ENBs are not internal part of Skyrim engine, so they will never work good. 

 

Btw, don't bother too much with mods, play the game. It consumes time, and you will end up trying different mods and never be satisfied in the end. Put some good essential mods and play. 


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Posted 13 June 2017 - 02:42 PM

Btw, don't bother too much with mods, play the game. It consumes time, and you will end up trying different mods and never be satisfied in the end. Put some good essential mods and play. 

You just destroyed several Skyrim-based religions with that comment. One does not simply play a lite-ly modded Skyrim. :)


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Posted 13 June 2017 - 02:58 PM

Thanks.

 

ENBs are not internal part of Skyrim engine, so they will never work good. 

 

Btw, don't bother too much with mods, play the game. It consumes time, and you will end up trying different mods and never be satisfied in the end. Put some good essential mods and play. 

Awesome work on SRO!  Thanks for all the effort.  I look forward to a better Skyrim.  :-)

 

A very good point about ENBs, Starac.  I had never thought about that aspect of them.  I installed RealVision about 2 years ago, wasn't happy with the results, and haven't used one since I uninstalled it.  Trying Vividian after installing STEP:2.10 had been part of my master plan (but isn't now).  I want to use SRO and other mods that improve Skyrim's visual impact (including high-quality followers and NPCs), and don't think I need an ENB's additional processing.  ATM I am using an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 with 4 GB VRAM.  If I ever upgrade to an 8 GB VRAM GPU, I might try an ENB.


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Posted 13 June 2017 - 04:20 PM

For classic Skyrim, I actually prefer a light ENB. Personally, I use ELEP to keep the vanilla style, but get a few of the nice features that ENB offers like better shadows, cloud shadows, water enhancements, etc.

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Posted 14 June 2017 - 07:44 AM

You just destroyed several Skyrim-based religions with that comment. One does not simply play a lite-ly modded Skyrim. :)

Religion was never a good "thing"  ::):

 

Seriously, i know people who spend more time trying mods then playing. What's the point? 


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Posted 14 June 2017 - 09:52 AM

Awesome work on SRO!  Thanks for all the effort.  I look forward to a better Skyrim.  :-)

 

A very good point about ENBs, Starac.  I had never thought about that aspect of them.  I installed RealVision about 2 years ago, wasn't happy with the results, and haven't used one since I uninstalled it.  Trying Vividian after installing STEP:2.10 had been part of my master plan (but isn't now).  I want to use SRO and other mods that improve Skyrim's visual impact (including high-quality followers and NPCs), and don't think I need an ENB's additional processing.  ATM I am using an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 with 4 GB VRAM.  If I ever upgrade to an 8 GB VRAM GPU, I might try an ENB.

Thanks.

 

I used ENB only for ambient occlusion, although it's not precise enough. But it can pass with some lower values. 


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Posted 15 June 2017 - 07:32 AM

According to the detailed instructions, i have to install Part 1-3 + original version update. 

What about the other update file, which includes the missing DG textures?


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