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A simple DirectX ENB series mod for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, aiming for colour correction.

ENB Series developer: Vorontsov Boris.
ColourCorrection preset developer: An7hraX.

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Lunatrox Oct 31 2011, 8:54pm said:

Just downloaded this to try it out and already have an problem running it.
The thing is that this mod needs the dx9 version of the game running as I understand but where can I change the dx version that the game uses as my current installation runs on dx 10 or 11 and not 9.

I also searched for an option ingame and in the ini of it but didn't find it, can someone please tell me what I could do?

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feillyne Nov 6 2011, 8:28am replied:

Hmmm, tested it on Windows 7 and it works fine. You know, these ColourCorrection mods run only on DirectX 9, IIRC.

This mod was made for DirectX 9 version of Assassin's Creed I, originally...

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Lunatrox Nov 18 2011, 8:28pm replied:

well I have an dx 11 card build in my PC and use it when I have a game that supports dx 11, wasn't ACB on dx 9 and only the First AC on dx 10?
Even if not I can't find an option anywhere in the game or the ini to change that.

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Lunatrox Nov 18 2011, 8:55pm replied:

Okay have gotten it to show results ingame.

Now it gets on to the tuning the ini, could someone post an optimized setting for this that would make the white gradient a little bit better or is that not possible with this mod?

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NurseEli Oct 15 2011, 7:02am said:

Ok, i tested this for about 4 days now. First conclusions:
It really does help in the subject of washed out images (especially upper half of the screen or when looking down). Default colour correction settings bring a very RED image (i'd call it over-saturated if u wish), so i had to experiment by either increasing the brightness or decreasing color correction. Problem is that Ezio ends up very red or dark no matter what, even when other textures are light and nice.
Am i missing something?
All the other settings (besides color correction)at the enbseries.ini play no role at all? That's what i understood from the readme file.
What settings are you guys using?

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Gyrannon Oct 11 2011, 9:09am said:

Just a suggestion an it may help people decide if they want your mod or not, but for your images, you should put the originals next to them; Before an After.

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feillyne Oct 22 2011, 3:39pm replied:

They are already there: Moddb.com

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