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Old 03-10-08, 04:41 PM   #1
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Thumbs up If you aren't using Very High motion blur, you're missing some of the "wow"

I can do without some settings to gain performance, but Very High Motion blur is simply amazing. I was playing the nanosuit demo level, and it feels like you're watching (and controlling) a movie, due to the quality of the motion blur.

I cannot imagine how some people play without it, it just seems so wrong! (the picture below there is only motion blur on his fists, as that's all that was in motion).

I have a few screenshots of it, but of course, motion blur like many other post effects, are better experienced in motion than just seeing a still image of.
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Old 03-10-08, 05:09 PM   #2
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Default Re: If you aren't using Very High motion blur, you're missing some of the "wow"

Isn't that more DOF?

(probably wrong)
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Old 03-10-08, 05:18 PM   #3
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Isn't that more DOF?

(probably wrong)
No, in that image, I had just switched to unarmed, so his fists were coming up on screen, hence the motion. Depth of field would be this,



And here is one of motion blur when you're moving VERY fast, like it does in real life (like you spin around in a circle, and things begin to blur)
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Default Re: If you aren't using Very High motion blur, you're missing some of the "wow"

Yes I used very high motion blur in crysis, loved it.
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Default Re: If you aren't using Very High motion blur, you're missing some of the "wow"

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No, in that image, I had just switched to unarmed, so his fists were coming up on screen, hence the motion. Depth of field would be this,



And here is one of motion blur when you're moving VERY fast, like it does in real life (like you spin around in a circle, and things begin to blur)
Oh, I see

Well, it's not easy being the king of wrong you know.
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Oh, I see

Well, it's not easy being the king of wrong you know.
Don't worry, I can see how they'd be confused from the first picture.
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Default Re: If you aren't using Very High motion blur, you're missing some of the "wow"

Lost Planet's DX10 (Very High) motion blur is as good as this if not better.
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I think Lost Planet's is better than high in Crysis but Very High is tough to beat, hard to say... I know there is much less of a performance hit from it in Lost Planet.
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my graphics card sucks for high motion blur lol
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my graphics card sucks for high motion blur lol
Crysis players pretty good on an 8600 though, on lower resolutions. My brother has one in his PC, and it does pretty good.
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Default Re: If you aren't using Very High motion blur, you're missing some of the "wow"

I haven't used it yet. i'm waiting for the next-gen GPU's for smooth experiance
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Default Re: If you aren't using Very High motion blur, you're missing some of the "wow"

I don't like motion blur... you could even say I hate it. One of the reasons I love PC is I can tailor the experience to what I like, which means no motion blur in any of my games. I mean... when I turn quickly it blurs realistically because of my eyes... adding blur to the game seems redundant and annoying to me.

But if you like it, it's cool Crytek made it of such high quality.
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