How to get the best out of RealFlight Graphically.

Ghost129er

Active member
So I've seen a lot of screenshots that make me wonder if people really are using RealFlight at it's max settings and whatnot - it could be the lack of uploading higher resolution screenshots to external image hosting forums rather than actually having the game/sim look the way it does in the screenshots...

I'm seeing things like shadows without Anti-Aliasing, and other features that I think nVidia users aren't making the most of.

Before posting a tutorial, I'd like to ask a few of you guys if you'd like to post your PC specs and a sample screenshot and roughly what your in-app graphic settings are.

I am more focusing on content creators/older members that are still active here.
 

legoman

Well-known member
Intel i7 4790K 4.0ghz
Nvidia GTX 970
60 hz 1920x1200 monitor

RF9 not sure how much that matters but I though I would participate
Also I dont know if I am doing the nvidia setting any justice. not real sure what they do
 

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Ghost129er

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RF9 not sure how much that matters but I though I would participate

Thank YOU for participating and helping out since you're the only one who did even more than what I'd hoped to have asked for. This will apply to almost any RealFlight version (maybe even RFX?) but I just wanted to share it around.


You pretty much have done all the things I would have posted in the tutorial, haha~ Of course that depends on the person's GPU and what their GPU can do and handle...

Have you tried using ReShade for additional post processing? I've just started experimenting with it in RealFlight and have gotten some if not, nifty and great results, check it out:


Joe's Garage sandstorm


sp00ky flightschool


Boneyard



Boneyard Stock and ReShade comparision
 

legoman

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I have not tried the reshade I was able to do some sandstorrn skys with just the haze
 
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