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AltLamasticot

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Hello everybody !

 

I'm using Cinemascope ENB, it's a great ENB with nearly no FPS loss, then Climates of Tamriel and Imaginator.

 

Nights are dark but it's still playable. However interiors are really dark and it feel really cold and unrealistic. I mean, I can barely see three feets away in the inn of Markath.

 

Can anyone help me ?



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markus242005

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You can try using the ENB customizer to change settings yourself

 

http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/17400



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The problem is that these are all general settings, and I can't find a way to fix the interior darkness issue..



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ENB customizer will change any setting that an ENB preset changes, they aren't just general settings. If your ENB preset is darkening interiors too much, compared to the way Skyrim is vanilla, one of the settings in ENB customizer will change that. You'll need to experiment with it. Short of that, unless you want to use another mod... like Wearable Lanterns http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/17416 where you can equip a lantern on your back belt loop, instead of carrying a torch, I have no answers.



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kare kleven

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In enbseries.ini: 

 

AmbientLightingIntensityInteriorDay=2.0
AmbientLightingIntensityInteriorNight=1.5

 

Tweaking this will make interiors dark or lighter.

 

If you want to increase / decrease the light from a source:

DirectLightingIntensityInteriorDay=1.5
DirectLightingIntensityInteriorNight=1.5

 

That is what I understand with these lines in the enbseries.ini

-Klevs



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Thanks a lot :D






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