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Thread: OR/Monogame/ReShade Question - Ambient Light at Night

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    Hi Gerry,
    Maybe it's relative to where people do their railroading. In very urban environments, maybe things should be a bit lighter. I do most of my railroading in rural areas which on a no-moon or overcast evening, should be very dark. Playing with cloud cover, fog, and the right cloud files helps some, but this setting I mentioned above really knocks down the ambient lighting in a great way.
    Thank you for the clarification, Neil. Would it be an imposition to ask for before and after screenshots --- no big, if not... I'll try that shader out. I'm hoping that in the future OR will improve upon the environmental lighting scheme...and the weather environments in general ( maybe a coder that's interested in that will turn up ). I'd also like to see "route specific option" loading to be supported.
    Cheers, Gerry
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    Hi Gerry, I'll try. My night shots when I post them are rather.....meh.
    I also messed with the "levels" shader, and that really takes darkness to a whole new place. The default was a little too dark, so changed the value to "5", and I really am liking what I see.....or better still, DON'T see
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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    Hi Gerry, I'll try. My night shots when I post them are rather.....meh....)
    I can understand that, shadow and highlight details and other subtleties that are noticeable in OR do not translate well into screenshot posts.
    Cheers, Gerry
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