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#1 GraPhiXJuNkiE

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 03:00 PM

Can't remember so sorry if this has been covered. Do we enable the .bsa's OR enable the .esp's OR neither via MO? I do have the .ini tweak even though,IIRC, it's not needed. I have DLC optimised, but doesn't it still need the dlc? Thanks!:)
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#2 Korentin

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 03:44 PM

Both versions except the 1024 standalone needs the bsa's. You should just leave the esp's checked if using those, there isnt a need to use the ini tweak anymore afaik.
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#3 GraPhiXJuNkiE

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 04:07 PM

Both versions except the 1024 standalone needs the bsa's. You should just leave the esp's checked if using those there isnt a need to use the ini tweak anymore afaik.

Thanks! Just trying to remember which one I used.. :wallbash:


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#4 Kelmych

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 05:12 PM

The DLC section of the STEP Installation Guide on the Wiki describes the steps (and files used) depending on how much VRAM you have in your graphics card; the files used aren't the same for all situations. You don't have to have the High res DLC in an ini tweak as Korentin mentions. In the future if you want to go further you can use a texture optimizer like DDSopt to optimize the High Res DLC textures as described on the Wiki; if you do so you can then load these textures as loose files.
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 06:10 PM

The DLC section of the STEP Installation Guide on the Wiki describes the steps (and files used) depending on how much VRAM you have in your graphics card; the files used aren't the same for all situations. You don't have to have the High res DLC in an ini tweak as Korentin mentions. In the future if you want to go further you can use a texture optimizer like DDSopt to optimize the High Res DLC textures as described on the Wiki; if you do so you can then load these textures as loose files.


Remember to use the two fixes if you're using the loose files too.

I think one of the fixes would apply to Bethesda's HR-DLC Optimized as well.
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