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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();ENBSeries graphic modifications and patches are different.Patch is fixing specific bugs in the game it was developed for, but some of my patches work with other games, because frequently game developers do the same mistakes. For example, patches for Silent Hill Homecoming, Deus Ex Human Revolution and TES Skyrim may help to reduce lags, stuttering, crashes, bsods, increase performance, fix strange bugs on single core cpu systems.Graphic modifications do not have patch code in most cases, unless specified in documentation, they are changing graphic effects of the games and adding new effects, so they are decrease frame rate.Convertor is special library which translate old graphic technologies to newest supported by ENBSeries, convertor standalone do not add any graphic effect. Some versions of convertor included in graphic mods, check them also if target game won't work properly with convertor you are using. At this moment only direct3d8 to direct3d9 (dx8 to dx9) convertor is done, but i'm still planning to create versions for dx5,6,7 and opengl. Convertors to dx10 or d11 are useless, because graphic modifications not existing for them.Old versions of ENBSeries may work with many games which are using direct3d8 or direct3d9 (dx8, dx9), newest versions in most cases will not work for other games, as they are hardcoded to be compatible with one game only or games which use same game engine without much changes. Versions for TES Skyrim, GTA 4, Deus Ex Human Revolution are not working as generic for different games.If you wish to modify some game, download several versions of ENBSeries and try them all, which will look better, without graphic artifacts and with as much effects as possible. Of course manual tweaking of configuration file must be done, it's up to you.Not all versions of ENBSeries are listed here, some were developed exclusively and not available to public or were not named. In most cases they are for indie games and engines like FPS shooter.Check also customized versions of the mod with presets made by users. My presets are not configured for fast performance or quality, because everyone have own taste and to spend time for tweaking is not interesting me.Also some versions available on the forum.
Do not put d3d8.dll or d3d9.dll from ENBSeries to system folder of Windows!!!Open game folder. You can manually locate it in browser or to open in properties of desktop link to the game.For injector based versions of ENBSeries, you should setup proper name of game executable in configuration file of ENBSeries, this required to inject in to game process. In most cases, non modified games for which mod is developed, working properly without editing.Injector version can be installed to any folder, but for better compability recommended to extract to game folder (some files may not work).For d3d9.dll based versions of ENBSeries, check if game executable (file with .exe extention) is in same folder, some games have binary executable files in custom folders like bin, bin32, system and in main folder only launchers or .bat files. ENBSeries files must to be extracted and placed where game .exe file is or where game .dll libraries, otherwise it will not work. If you can't find .exe file, perhaps extentions are hidden by properties in OS, just ignore this and put files in game folder for experiment.d3dx9_26.dll, d3dx9_40.dll, d3dx9_43.dll - required to run ENBSeries, if game won't start with modification and display error message, download DirectX Runtime from microsoft.com web site, they are not exist in system only for those users, who did not update DirectX several years or did clear installation of OS recently. If you need them, unpack to same folder, where ENBSeries is. Also you can put these files in to system folder of your windows installation.
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In addition to the basic installation, you can download 3rd-party addons that enhance the Orbiter experience. The list below contains some of the most essential addon sites and repositories. More can be found on the Links page.
This update mainly includes fixes for Dd7to9 which can convert DirectDraw 1-7 (ddraw.dll) to Direct3D 9 (d3d9.dll) for better compatibility with modern systems. This update supports most DirectDraw games that only use the 2D features.
Note: As of July 2021, Orbiter has become open source and further development has moved to GitHub. The above link explains how to install the last SVN snapshot before development moved (Orbiter Beta R90), but it is unknown how long this SVN repository will be maintained. An alternate way to download Orbiter Beta R90 would be provided, but redistribution of complete installation archives without permission is a violation of Orbiter's license.
IMPORTANT: These high-resolution textures are extremely large, and will require around 30 GB of disk space for the Earth textures and around 15 GB of disk space for the Moon textures. Those with slow or metered internet connections may want to skip this step, as significant internet bandwidth is required. You may alternatively decide to only download one set of high-resolution textures, for Earth only or Moon only, to conserve disk space.
OrbiterSound 5.0 can be found at the following link: =downloadRun the installer, and when installation is complete, open "Orbiter_ng.exe" and activate the module in Orbiter "Modules" tab, like you did when activating the D3D9 client. You can also run the newly-installed "SoundConfig.exe" application to adjust settings to your liking.
Once installed, updating to the latest beta build is as easy as downloading the latest beta release ZIP file from the GitHub link at the top corner of this page, and unzipping its contents into your Orbiter installation folder.
Follow the Modules Pack link at the top of this page download and unzip the first .zip file to your Orbiter installation folder. Make sure that the directory structure of the archive is retained, usually there's a "Use Folders" option box or similar, which should be ticked/checked.
Note: If you use any legacy vessels that still require OrbiterSound 4.0, you will also need to download and install SoundBridge by Face, which seamlessly routes OrbiterSound calls to XRSound. Remember that you will need to 1) uninstall OrbiterSound (if present), 2) install XRSound, and 3) install SoundBridge.
Latest newsVersion 3.7 is released. These binaries were built with a newer compiler and require Windows 2000 or later.Version 3.7 or UT: utglr37.zip (87 KB).Version 2.1 for Deus Ex (works with Deus Ex version 1112fm): dxglr21.zip (87 KB).Version 1.5 for Rune (works with Rune version 1.07 or compatible): runeglr15.zip (88 KB).Changes in version 3.7:- Fixed a bug with ShareLists enabled and the editor that could cause crashes.- Editor selection no longer uses OpenGL API selection support. This avoids problems with OpenGL drivers with bugs or missing support in this area.- A couple 227 editor related updates that were also general renderer code fixes.- The SmoothMaskedTextures option will use alpha to coverage if AA is enabled with 4 or more samples.- Removed support for using vertex programs without fragment programs. The UseFragmentProgram setting controls both of these and the UseVertexProgram setting is gone.- Removed compiled vertex array support and the UseCVA option.- Removed the UseTNT option.- No longer using sstream for internal debug functionality.- A few other mostly minor changes.ZRangeHack will be enabled by default for UT if not already present in the ini file, but this one may still need to be watched a little more closely. There are a couple cases I know of where it has minor side effects. However, with most video cards these days only supporting 24-bit but not 32-bit z-buffers, or unless modified other parts of the game engine to draw decals a little further away, it is needed to avoid decal flickering in the distance in many common cases.3-22-2010New D3D9 renderer builds with a few new features. Selection in the editor is supported. Lines are buffered for faster line drawing. The SmoothMaskedTextures option will use alpha to coverage if AA is enabled with 4 or more samples, UseFragmentProgram is enabled, and running on an ATI or NVIDIA card that supports this feature in D3D9. These binaries were built with a newer compiler and require Windows 2000 or later.Version 1.3 for UT: utd3d9r13.zip (107 KB).Version 1.3 for Deus Ex (works with Deus Ex version 1112fm): dxd3d9r13.zip (107 KB).Version 1.3 for Rune (works with Rune version 1.07 or compatible): runed3d9r13.zip (109 KB).The source code package for this version of the D3D9 renderer is utd3d9r13src.zip (65 KB). It contains MSVC9 project files. If using this source code, make sure to apply the UTGLR_NO_APP_MALLOC changes to the copy of UnFile.h that comes with the headers in the Core/Inc directory to avoid problems with certain debug features and sstream class usage.12-21-2009Built a new experimental Deus Ex renderer.11-16-2009Version 3.6 is released. It's mostly just a number of minor updates in various areas. These binaries were built with a newer compiler and require Windows 2000 or later.Version 3.6 or UT: utglr36.zip (110 KB).Version 2.0 for Deus Ex (works with Deus Ex version 1112fm): dxglr20.zip (110 KB).Version 1.4 for Rune (works with Rune version 1.07 or compatible): runeglr14.zip (111 KB).Changes in version 3.6:- NoMaskedS3TC option removed. Always uses RGBA DXT1. This matches the only option for DXT1 in D3D.- GL_NV_multisample_filter_hint extension support removed. Don't consider this one very useful anymore.- A few 227 editor related updates that were general renderer code fixes.- MaxLogUOverV and MaxLogVOverU config settings removed. These are set internally now.- Larger default maximum allowed texture size in the not using S3TC config case.- Potential NVIDIA driver bug workaround for the major graphics corruption after windowed / full screen switch issue. Suspect this may be fixed in newer drivers now, but was easy to add.- RequestHighResolutionZ option removed. Modified code to attempt to get a 32-bit, 24-bit, or 16-bit z-buffer in that order.- If first mipmap pointer set to NULL in SetTexture(), skip looking at others.- AutoGenerateMipmaps and AlwaysMipmap options removed.- UseDetailAlpha option removed and always enabled internally. A number of detail texture rendering paths depend on having this one enabled.- BufferClippedActorTris option removed and functionality it controlled always enabled internally.- A few other minor changes.ZRangeHack will be enabled by default for UT if not already present in the ini file, but this one may still need to be watched a little more closely. There are a couple cases I know of where it has minor side effects. However, with most video cards these days only supporting 24-bit but not 32-bit z-buffers, or unless modified other parts of the game engine to draw decals a little further away, it is needed to avoid decal flickering in the distance in many common cases.9-8-2009New D3D9 renderer builds with changes that should fix screenshots from a non-primary monitor, fragment program mode changed to use shader model 3, D3D pixel / texel center related fixes, and various other changes. These binaries were built with a newer compiler and require Windows 2000 or later.Version 1.2 for UT: utd3d9r12.zip (102 KB).Version 1.2 for Deus Ex (works with Deus Ex version 1112fm): dxd3d9r12.zip (102 KB).Version 1.2 for Rune (works with Rune version 1.07 or compatible): runed3d9r12.zip (104 KB).More detailed list of changes:- Screenshots just using BitBlt if windowed now. Should fix non-primary monitor screenshots.- Different way of dealing with D3D9 pixel / texel center issues. Hopefully fixes more minor things than breaks.- Vertex program only mode is gone. UseFragmentProgram controls new combined vertex and pixel shader 3.0 mode.- A few minor shader tweaks. Put a dynamic branch in one place in single pass detail texture shaders.- UseDetailAlpha and BufferClippedActorTris options no longer configurable and enabled internally.- A few 227 editor related updates that were general renderer code fixes.- MaxLogUOverV and MaxLogVOverU config settings removed. These are set internally now.- Larger default maximum allowed texture size in the not using S3TC config case.- RequestHighResolutionZ option removed. Modified code to attempt to get a 32-bit, 24-bit, or 16-bit z-buffer in that order.- If first mipmap pointer set to NULL in SetTexture(), skip looking at others.- A few other minor changes.The source code package for this version of the D3D9 renderer is utd3d9r12src.zip (60 KB). It contains MSVC9 project files. If using this source code, make sure to apply the UTGLR_NO_APP_MALLOC changes to the copy of UnFile.h that comes with the headers in the Core/Inc directory to avoid problems with certain debug features and sstream class usage.5-3-2004I built a new version of SetGamma that fixes various minor problems. It's a simple command line utility program that adjusts the hardware gamma ramp on the primary display adapter. A shortcut that sends it the -reset option can be used to reset the hardware gamma ramp to 1.0 after a crash that prevents it from being restored. 041b061a72