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TheMerryPloughboy

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Guys:

 

Michael did a video on this ENB a while back and I clicked on the link. Having tried it, I am somewhat surprised to see that it has only 100 ish endorsements. I think it's a fantastic, under-rated ENB that reminds me of a lightweight NLA. Give it a shot and see what you think; it seems appropriate for the performance-conscious STEP crew so I thought I'd give it a shout-out.

 

https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/57301/?tab=1&navtag=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nexusmods.com%2Fskyrim%2Fajax%2Fmoddescription%2F%3Fid%3D57301%26preview%3D&pUp=1

 

Here's the link to Michael's video:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UUF1Qkw7OUG4JmIrw1QI-oWg&v=ByWsXKVX6zo

 

Edit:

 

Something tells me this may not be the right forum for this, since it's support? Not sure else where to put it though.

Edited by TheMerryPloughboy

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ENB´s never get many endorsements anymore. People always compare to realvision which have been around since the start, and maintained for that period. In general the presets that was released in the "glory days" of skyrim popularity still have more endorsements than never presets.. even though the older ones are no longer supported or anything. 

 

As for the preset itself I do enjoy the high saturation style... however I do feel that in some cases it suffers from the usual image space issues which will cause some colors to stand out too much and ruin the scene. But overall for people who are going for the "saturated realism" style this is definitely something to try out. 

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ENB´s never get many endorsements anymore. People always compare to realvision which have been around since the start, and maintained for that period. In general the presets that was released in the "glory days" of skyrim popularity still have more endorsements than never presets.. even though the older ones are no longer supported or anything. 

 

As for the preset itself I do enjoy the high saturation style... however I do feel that in some cases it suffers from the usual image space issues which will cause some colors to stand out too much and ruin the scene. But overall for people who are going for the "saturated realism" style this is definitely something to try out. 

I suppose you're mostly right, but there's a big exception to that : TAZ, which got 1500 endorsements in 2/3 months (it has 1705 atm, more than K ENB...)

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