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by TommyA

2018| The Last Ranger | Nvidia Freestyle

Created by AssassinsDecree
Added June 9, 2018
Updated 13 Jun 05:02 CEST
Shader used: Other
Preset description:
*Screenshots best viewed in fullscreen mode, otherwise appears somewhat too dark. Click the image after it loads the first time for fullscreen mode.
VIDEO Please like and subscribe to my youtube channel if you enjoy this preset or my videos :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLz_26uDWT4&feature=youtu.be
WHAT IS THIS? I've released tons of ReShade presets, but this is my first preset for Nvidia's graphics modding tool, Freestyle. I've gone for a gritty, cinematic style with this preset that aims to both enhance the image clarity, correct the colors somewhat, and add depth-of-field that procs in the background and foreground (when you get close to camera, which is quite a cool, very cinematic camera focusing effect). You'll probably want to set your hotkeys in the GeForce "keyboard shortcuts" menu to something you can reach easily and quickly, so you can cut off the preset when you get the Nemesis introductions and perhaps in some menus. There is no toggle key by default. While no where near as robust as ReShade, in its current offering Freestyle is still a very cool, reasonably complex graphics modding tool in its own right. I couldn't get ReShade to work with Middle Earth: Shadow of War, so I tried Freestyle instead and I have to say, after a considerable tinkering, I'm quite impressed at what Nvidia has done here. Can't wait to see how far I can push this. The only shortcomings I can see at this early point in using the tool is that i can't add my defacto letterboxing or film grain. Also, lens dirt doesn't seem to be possible, but hopefully they keep expanding the tool's effects in the future. Still, those are small-fry complaints next to not having any graphics mods at all. I was actually going to refund the game when I couldn't get ReShade to work. Lol. This saved it. Freestyle seems pretty cool so far, and it's static DoF capabilities are impressive. The DoF looks high quality throughout and is very impressive.
HOW TO INSTALL Detailed installation instructions are in the download file. Sidenote, if you don't want the character/objects that get really close to the camera to blur, set the "Near blur amount" to "0." This will also eliminate the need to cut off the preset when in menus or encountering enemy captains during their introduction sequences.
CONTACT -- Please subscribe to my YouTube channel for lets plays and demos of my upcoming and released ReShades: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn5KAZuLeVmeQLXSMJNBMcA -- -- Please follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/MercsAssassin --
MY MODS FOR OTHER GAMES Exhaustive List Here, constantly updating it as I make new ReShades: https://www.facebook.com/MercsAssassin/
ps: I'm TheMercsAssassin on most other websites, including youtube, twitter and the nexus. ps+: Do not use any part of my ReShade in your own work. Make your own through hard work and lots of time, like I did, please. Thanks.
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You need to enable Freestyle in the GeForce Experience settings. 1) To do this, with your game closed, open GeForce Experience. 2) Go to the settings screen. 3) Tick the box that says "Enable experimental features." An automatic update might be required. Don't worry if you don't get one, I didn't either. 4) Run your game and load into your actual game where you have control of Tailon. Press Alt+F3 to open the FreeStyle menu. 5) Use the add filters button and add the effects in the order I give them, otherwise the image will look messed up. 6) Add the effects in the following order: Exposure Vignette Details Color Contrast Mood Depth of field 7) Now adjust the values to be the following. I can be hard to get my exact numbers but just 5 points can make a huge difference in the image for some reason, so please do yourself a favor and take time to replicate my values exactly. This is extremely true for Depth-of-Field, btw. Exposure -Exposure 55 -Highlights 0 -Shadows 45 Vignette -Intensity 30 Details (these settings allow you to counteract the extreme image blurring caused by TAA) -Sharpen 70 -Clarity 72.5 -HDR Toning 20 -Bloom 10 Color -Vibrance 57.5 -Color Enhancer 0 Contrast -Gamma 82.5 -Contrast 87.5 Mood -Tint Color 0.4 -Tint Intensity 20 Temperature 50 Depth of Field -Focus Depth 48.4359 -Far blur curve 2.3 -Far blur amount 20 -Near blur curve 0.5 -Near blur amount 100 -Blur radius 19.25 -Bokeh vertices 5.16 -Bokeh roundness 100 -Bokeh intensity 4.68


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