Does plutonium support reshade?
Does plutonium support reshade? Im wondering because i want to try but i dont know if it supports it,
@Revan6X no it does not support it
Supported or not, it does work. Place your reshade files in appdata\local\plutonium\bin.
I personally use it just to boost the saturation on my monitor, and to add film grain. I'm 99% sure depth effects wont work however, so no RTGI or MXAO.
Thank You!! This also works on MW3 since it shares the same Plutonium Launcher.
AMAZING WORK and Thank You again for making BO2 eternal for me
@XenoMars where can I get the reshade files?
You can download Reshade here:
https://reshade.me/releases (latest release 4.9.0)
But if you want to use mine which is based of version 4.8.0 you can have this.
You can always update it by installing it on a different game and still using the same files as inside the folder to replace it, but 4.9.0 has been getting some problems with older reshade settings since the creator is always changing things. I would say 4.3.0 - 4.8.0 are the most stable which quite frankly, you don't always need the latest version unless if you want to add some of the experimental shaders that are coming out.
Just put it on the location above "appdata\local\plutonium\bin" And it will appear at the plutonium launcher (Home button default) where you can change the controls and use my preset which is named "Zynx's Black Ops II Preset V2" which is also inside the same folder.
Reshade: My Preset
If it's too bright for you or too colourful for you, there are options where you can toggle off. Also adjust your own brightness settings. Experiment and create your own settings that suits you ^^
I can't play games without these tool tbh. It feels great playing old games with shaders on
@XenoMars thanks it really helped
Hi! I can't manage to make it work somehow...
When trying to launch the game through the launcher (reshade is on, I can see the pop-up) I get an error (0xc000007b which I don't get without reshade).
Help would be much appreciated!
@DevLinky yes, reshade no longer works with plutonium for security reasons.