@IcyGlacial:- Thanks man, and you reminded me of something important. When using ENB, you can amp up with all the settings you want, but it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you use default colour correction. As this version no longer gets the help from motion blur, all the colours are balanced, but minor changes such as even changing the stream.ini file can make things much more different.
hey gury, im very happy that your mod is almost complete
im using your mods since the first release. you are the master of timecyc modder !
if i using enb with your mod, what would you recommend?
less colorful, colorful, or default colorcorrection?
@GODOFGAME:- Ok, i'll check out the settings on my leisure time - but its gonna be hard to make the stream.ini edits adapted with the mod, though. @Takahiro855:- Well, theres an 80% chance to work with, but I never tested it on SAMP (20% unlikely because timecyc is a .dat file) but its very much likely.
Is your mod gonna be compatible for SA-MP?
if so, then that's a better news then
Test This Settings And Look
@MegamanZXA:- Yeah, I had received such suggestions for older versions. SO, in the coming version there will be no blur!
this will be good without blur motion, it look not good with this blur, hope you can make a version without blur motion
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Everyone, I've got some hot news for you! Please read the description! @IcyGlacial:-
I have now written in the description about the draw distance. And thanks for recommending the stream.ini extender -- its a great mod. But as you see, my mod is too much completed
, so I wont be applying the stream.ini file into the mod, because that will require starting the mod from the beginning again.