Copy files to the "System" folder. (This does not overwrite any files)
To delete the reshade, simply remove all copied files as well as reshade.ini and d3d9.log
If you have a problem with running UT try to install this and it should solve the problem:
Microsoft Visual C ++ Redistributable 2015 32bit version because UT 2004 is 32bit app
You can download it here:
How to use:
Shift + F2 to open the configurations menu.
You have 4 presets to choose from.
You can use it with any gametype, even when displaying the main menu.
The only disadvantage of using Reshade is performance impact, 2 presets have been made for quite good machines.
I don't mean a modern high-end because a few years old computer with a pretty good processor and gpu should run smoothly with those presets.
The other 2 presets only change the saturation of colours and texture sharpness, which has a minor impact on the performance.
Please, let me know if it works ;)
Small update 07.01.2019
- Removed unnecessary effects;
- Some adjustments and changes in presets;
Well it's over half a year since release. I've prepared small update, changes are minor but now game don't look too dark in some spots. I also removed 2 presets for low end computers, I feel they were useless.
In my free time I will experiment with other effects such as bloom, chromatic aberration.
I'm also working on a my version of DM-Rankin, maybe i'll release it soon.
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