I don't know if this is already been discovered to be usable in OFP, and I think this deserves a thread of it's own, so I present you:
FXAA Injector for OFP (originally by some_dude for Skyrim) + DX8 to DX9 ENB Convertor by Boris Vorontsov
Basically, what it does is that it adds FXAA Post Prosessing effects (HDR, bloom, anti-aliasing etc.) to the game manually without any FPS loss, thus making a game like OFP look much more better.
The FXAA Injector only supports DirectX 9 or newer, so what has been included to the package is a wonderful DX8 to DX9 convertor library made by Boris Vorontsov.
Three pictures to show as an example:
- You might want to fiddle with the settings provided with an easy-to-use graphical FXAA Tool interface if it looks too sharp or too bright etc.. You also might want to set up OFP's luminance settings to your preference.
- Text based modifications on the configs can be done in the folder /injFX_Shaders. Just open the files in your favourite text-editor program.
- I have included my settings in the package which works best for my monitor, but maybe not for yours.. The settings are applied automatically.
- Here is a picture of the luminance settings that I use which look best on my monitor:
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Download link (MediaFire) http://www.mediafire.com/?4c190zf2f2903l1 (179KB)
Extract the contents of the FXAA folder into the OFP main folder. To uninstall, remove the files from the folder. Nothing is overwritten, unless you use DXDLL by Kegetys, backup those files. DXDLL is not supported with this.
Alternative download: SMAA Injector (MediaFire) http://www.mediafire.com/?6aocxq0bcsbik95 (110KB)
Originally by Andrej Dudenhefner.
An alternative version. You might want to try this also. I still prefer the FXAA version because it produces a more crisper image. Extract just like the other.
I am not in any way affiliated with the program. I did not make it, I'm just distributing it to be used with OFP.