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Nights and dungeons way too dark with ENB.


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Beriallord

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I'm using this ENB here:

 

http://skyrim.nexusm...m/mods/30936//?

 

Which settings in the ENB menu can brighten up the nights and dungeons?  I've messed with a few and I'm not getting the desired results.  This is so dark its borderline unplayable with or without torches/light spell.



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You have CoT as well (Night level) ? Use that to brighten up outside nights..

 

This is for interiors:

 

[ENVIRONMENT]

DirectLightingIntensityInterior     (direct light sources only - sun/moon - in general it wont lighten up dungeons - leave this value between the Night Day in or set same as Night Day)

AmbientLightingIntensityInterior     (adjusts ambient light to lighten up the dungeon - I guess this is what you want)

AmbientLightingCurveInterior     (adjusts the curves)

PointLightingIntensityInterior     (adjusts point light sources - fires, torches, etc inside)

PointLightingCurveInterior      (curves)

 

Pointlight ha sa desaturation value is well, perhaps you have to play with that too

 

 

These are for nights:

 

[ENVIRONMENT]

DirectLightingIntensityNight

AmbientLightingIntensityNight

PointLightingIntensityNight

 

 

Another thing you might like to help brighten stuff up:

http://skyrim.nexusm...com/mods/27443/

 

In general RLO (what that ENB you have needs) + ENB = very dark stuff. Also make sure you have set the in-game brightness to what is advised on that mod page ( SkyrimPrefs.ini -> [Display] -> fGamma=1.2400 )



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Thanks that helped a bunch.

 

AmbientLightingIntensityInterior night/day was the setting I was looking for.  It was set to 1.0 by default.  To put how dark that was into perspective, you couldn't even see the walls in the stair well going up to the Arch Mage's chamber in the College of Winterhold.  It was pitch black. 



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that is pitch black unless you place a light source there. There is none - no light, no windows, no reflected light, so yes, it's black over there :) problem with changing the settings due to a single stair is that you adjust all your lighting... so right now you might have a problem in very bright areas where everything will blow out and you cannot see any textures except white ... so be careful when changing those settings






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