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Brightening an ENB

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Hello everyone,
    I typically don't need help with my GTA IV but when it comes to ENB's I have no idea what I'm doing. I've used this ENB for years and just recently wanted to do some editing to it. I feel that the night is just too dark especially for recording sake.
 
>This is the ENB I currently use

>I also use this Red Sky Fix
 
    I found a website that tells you what everything in the enbseries.ini does and I've edited the settings accordingly. That website can be found here. I searched for what I thought would help me and I assumed it would be editing the NightLightingIntensity& possibly the AmbientSunMultiplierI've edited those (and save my work of course) but I didn't notice any difference. I then edited them drastically and didn't notice any visual difference. The ENB also includes a enbconfig.txt which inside includes //visualsettings then a bunch of "float brightness, contrast, etc" I have not edited the enbconfig.txt.

 

    I am at a loss for how to brighten my game up. If anyone could help me I would greatly appreciate it. If you need more info about my ENB/game just ask.

 

Thank you,

-Buggs

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Hello everyone,

    I typically don't need help with my GTA IV but when it comes to ENB's I have no idea what I'm doing. I've used this ENB for years and just recently wanted to do some editing to it. I feel that the night is just too dark especially for recording sake.

 

>This is the ENB I currently use

>I also use this Red Sky Fix

 

    I found a website that tells you what everything in the enbseries.ini does and I've edited the settings accordingly. That website can be found here. I searched for what I thought would help me and I assumed it would be editing the NightLightingIntensity& possibly the AmbientSunMultiplierI've edited those (and save my work of course) but I didn't notice any difference. I then edited them drastically and didn't notice any visual difference. The ENB also includes a enbconfig.txt which inside includes //visualsettings then a bunch of "float brightness, contrast, etc" I have not edited the enbconfig.txt.

 

    I am at a loss for how to brighten my game up. If anyone could help me I would greatly appreciate it. If you need more info about my ENB/game just ask.

 

Thank you,

-Buggs

Try editing the enbconfig file to see if that works. The float Brightness = to something higher around 5-6. 

Edited by davelaric

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