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Thread: How to adjust Post-Processing Effects?

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    Default How to adjust Post-Processing Effects?

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    Launcher > Developer > Show Post-processing Effects window, there are HSV settings. The webpage at http://online.ts2009.com/mediaWiki/i...essing_Effects doesn't show the HSV settings. I want to know what the HSV settings are for before I screw them up. I think that the webpage needs to be updated.

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    Yep, the web page probably needs updating. That said, you can't screw anything important up - developer post-processing settings are not saved when you exit the game.

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    When I load my NYCTA subway system that I created in TANE into TRS2019, the ground textures are too dark and the 3D objects that I created in 3DS MAX are too light. I tried using the "Edit Environment" tool but there are too many dots around the clock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffmorris View Post
    When I load my NYCTA subway system that I created in TANE into TRS2019, the ground textures are too dark and the 3D objects that I created in 3DS MAX are too light. I tried using the "Edit Environment" tool but there are too many dots around the clock.
    "Edit Environment" is definitely the tool to use to correct lighting. Perhaps start by resetting the lighting to default, before customising the individual times of day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffmorris View Post
    I tried using the "Edit Environment" tool but there are too many dots around the clock.
    I set time dots at (typically with some variations between sessions):-
    24:00 - for maximum darkness with some fog
    04:00 - to bring the light and fog levels up their predawn levels
    06:00 - dawn
    07:00 - to start bringing the fog level down
    10:00 - to completely burn off the fog
    12:00 - maximum light levels
    18:00 - dusk
    19:00 - increasing darkness and return some fog
    20:00 - increase the fog
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