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Old 08-04-04, 08:04 PM   #1
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Default Does Doom III have 8XAF enabled by default?

I read that Doom III has 8XAA enabled by default in High Quality. Does anyone know if this is really true? Thanks.
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Old 08-04-04, 08:07 PM   #2
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Default Re: Does Doom III have 8XAF enabled by default?

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I read that Doom III has 8XAA enabled by default in High Quality. Does anyone know if this is really true? Thanks.
Yes, it is true. When you run the game in High Quality mode 8xAF is enabled by default. You can always play with the setting in DoomConfig.cfg file.
Look for:

seta image_anisotropy "8"


Change the value as wanted. You might need to set file properties to read only after that's done for changes to be kept. You can also do it from the console directly followed by vid_restart command.
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Old 08-04-04, 09:56 PM   #3
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Default Re: Does Doom III have 8XAF enabled by default?

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Yes, it is true. When you run the game in High Quality mode 8xAF is enabled by default. You can always play with the setting in DoomConfig.cfg file.
Look for:

seta image_anisotropy "8"


Change the value as wanted. You might need to set file properties to read only after that's done for changes to be kept. You can also do it from the console directly followed by vid_restart command.

If you have Anistropic filtering set on "Application Preference" in Display properties then Doom will use 8x when High quality mode is used, if you dont want it to use 8x then uncheck Application preference and set it how you want.
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Old 08-04-04, 10:35 PM   #4
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Default Re: Does Doom III have 8XAF enabled by default?

its 8xAF...

so yes anisotripic filtering is enabled... anti-aliasing is not... by default @ High quality settings...

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sry I read your first post in the thread.. your title is correct.. i guess you just typo'd in the post...
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