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StixsworldHD's HD-4K Experience

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Description

This mod/preset is designed to help you get the sharpest, cleanest image you may get out of your game without the need to force anything upon your gpu and taken a massive performance hit.

Created by StixsmasterHD4k

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README

This mod/preset is designed to help you get the sharpest, cleanest image you may get out of your game without the need to force anything upon your gpu and taken a massive performance hit.

I spent many years injecting shaders into games and for the longest time I was like everyone else and always skrewing over the lighting and actually making the overall image blurrier than it by default was. This the final product of solving those issues.

INSTALLATION FOR THE ORIGINAL:

    I highly recommend installing the latest version of Yamagi Quake II from its main website: https://www.yamagi.org/quake2/
    Run the base game and go into options and switch its renderer to "Opengl v1.4", Oddly v3.2 is not compatible with reshade
    Then apply and exit
    Then repeat steps 1-3 with each expansion/mod you want to use this mod/preset with
    Goto https://reshade.me/ and download the latest version
    Run the file after the download finishes
    Click on "Click here to select a game and manage its ReShade installation"
    Either wait and click the game in the auto search or click the bottom right corner button, "Browse...", and search for the game's exe. Ex: yquake2.exe
    When prompted with the question, "Which rendering API does yquake2 use?", select "OpenGL"
    Check mark "Standard effects", "SweetFX by Ceejay.dk", and "qUINT by Marty McFly"
    Click "OK"
    I highly recommend then clicking on "Edit ReShade settings"
    Then checking off on "Skip Tutorial" then "OK"
    Close ReShade installer
    Download my mod/preset and just extract it where you installed ReShade or where the game's exe is located
    ENJOI!


NOTE: Theoretically speaking reshade should be compatible with most forms of opengl, so you may experiment with other source ports that use a version of it. I just highly recommend Yamagi Quake II as its what I use personally.

Optional: I also highly recommend bumping up the brightness especially with Yamagi Quake II. I personally did so when switching what renderer it uses and I basically just bumped it up by 4.

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