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Hi everyone. :smile:

 

I come toward you to suggest 3 ideas. The first one is a new : «Combat Sound Overhaul». To be honest, I am a maniac of sounds and noises in video-games. I already installed every existing mods about sounds, but none of them is really satisfying in combat sounds. I would like to hear the noise of the flesh, of the metal, slicing and others. I know that this require expert hands to do it. I don't know how to make this work myself. Someone from Oblivion Nexus has already succeeded to replace all the combat sound, and add to Oblivion a violent atmosphere. ( http://oblivion.nexu...mods/13987//? )

 

The second idea is, alike a new body mod, to create a new : «Realistic Back». I noticed that all bodies have care to be beautiful, almost realistic. But there is still one part of the body that mods don't touch : the back. I would like to see backs (female/male) more realistics, with deeper scapula and spine. This modification may seem very subtle, but I think that would give a less static body, and give him more sensuality. Maybe this requires a new skeleton. I think realism in video-games should not have limits, if there are motivated and qualified persons to do it.

 

My latter idea is simpler than the previous : «Contrast And Saturation Settings». I used many ENB and the FXAA post-processing, and I noticed that It is not easy to parameterize some settings like contrast and saturation, important in my opinion. Imagine how it could be simple to change contrast if the settings could be subjoin to the menu. In aim to avoid a heavy tweaking in Enbseries.ini, etc. That's it ! I hope I had inspire a talented modder, or that someone recognized himself in this topic. My apologies for my convoluted language, I'm French :cool:



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My latter idea is simpler than the previous : «Contrast And Saturation Settings». I used many ENB and the FXAA post-processing, and I noticed that It is not easy to parameterize some settings like contrast and saturation, important in my opinion. Imagine how it could be simple to change contrast if the settings could be subjoin to the menu.

 

I think I have just the thing for you ;) This + This



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You're right, the Imaginator is a good way to change easily contrast and saturation. The only flaw of this mod is his little FPS drop, because he change many other things.



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You're right, the Imaginator is a good way to change easily contrast and saturation. The only flaw of this mod is his little FPS drop, because he change many other things.

 

All values are set to 0 by default; if you only change the desired value there shouldn't be any major loss. It's the price you have to pay for such a tool, no matter who develops it.


Edited by Halendia, 08 August 2013 - 08:30 AM.






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