ReShade introduces itself on its homepage as “an advanced, fully generic post-processing injector for games and video software”. Post processing is, as you might imagine, adding effects to the games image after it has been rendered. You may have heard of a similar project called SweetFX, and in fact ReShade includes SweetFX and a number of other tools. You can do all kinds of things to an image in post-processing. For instance, you could add scanlines to give a game that retro feel. You can add additional antialiasing, depth of field effects, tweak colours, blur or deblur and much more. In fact, the amount of options in the ReShade package is quite overwhelming, but don’t worry, as there are pre-configured presets for most popular games.
Gameplay was recorded at my native resolution of 2560x1440 @ 60FPS.
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Follow instructions carefully on the Video Reshade 3.0 with https://reshade.me/ you get a menu where you can select your own presets alot easier then editing cfg files have fun , enjoy seeing some of your presets / screenshots