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Relighting Skyrim + Cot + Project ENB

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As I understand it Relighting Skyrim delivers a less intrusive lighting effect than elfx. So I wonder if Relighting Skyrim(instead of elfx) + Cot + Project ENB(or another enb), would be a decent setup? and which of the Relighting Skyrim files would be needed in a Skyrim:SR installation?. Futhermore would it change the recommended Cot file setup?

Any help/input would be a appreciated.

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All of the relighting skyrim files would be required.. if you have all the DLC that is.

 

The setup would be decent enough... I guess. After all you are asking if other people think something looks pretty! Try it out is the best advice I can give! ENB choice is subjective after all.

 

It is compatible with CoT in the install provided in SR. At least as far as I remember it!

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