this little tool lets you change the already existing shaders of any DX9 , 10 , 11 program or game , without having to open the shader files themselves. It uses something called "injector dll " which changes the shaders automatically . all you have to do is install it to your .exe directory , and edit the settings.txt file (say which effects to apply to shaders ) , save and exit . then launch your game or program , and the changes to your shaders should appear in the game. the official page says it is designed for shader model 3.0 , but they say it sometimes works for shader model 2.0 .
I think this is an awsome program, and Ive already tested it on my own 3d rad compiled project. It gave me a 3Impact error, but still runs with the applied effects , regardless of the error.
If you do try it , just make sure to read the readme.txt for directions for use and installation.
I think you have to tweak the settings to get the best results. I like it because its simple to use , and the effects that Ive tried , gave me interesting results, but I mainly use the sharpening , and fake HDR settings. I think the cartoon look can use a bit of work , but Im sure it works better with cartoonish (cell-shader-like) textures. but the pencil stroke on the 3d objects , makes me happy. nothing like playing a deep depressingly serious game with happy lala land effects.
Jan 30, 2017 12:05:27 GMT
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