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Reshade Presets.

I’ve just installed reshade in my Sims 3 game and I was wondering if anybody can point me in the direction of some nice presets that are designed for use with the Sims 3. I don’t know if it matters but I will be playing in Sunset Valley.

Thank you so much for any help.

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  • Emo-usagi2187Emo-usagi2187 Posts: 528 Member
    Well, I like using the reshade cause it's a very easy download that goes straight to your game with just a few clicks that's tell what going to be shade and that's it. once you load up your game just press the home button if want to see what been installed. just skip the tutorial with then press the home button that's it.
    [img][/img]48163509141_6d283a2fcb.jpg06-30-19_1-14-16 AM by Jeannita Szalai, on Flickr
  • SharoniaSharonia Posts: 3,832 Member
    Well, I like using the reshade cause it's a very easy download that goes straight to your game with just a few clicks that's tell what going to be shade and that's it. once you load up your game just press the home button if want to see what been installed. just skip the tutorial with then press the home button that's it.

    I love reshade. I use it in my Sims 4 game which all my presets are for. They don't look good in the Sims 3 though which is why I was wondering if anybody knew of presets that are specific for the Sims 3 or at least match with the graphic style.
  • Emo-usagi2187Emo-usagi2187 Posts: 528 Member
    Sharonia wrote: »
    Well, I like using the reshade cause it's very easy download that goes straight to your game with just a few clicks that's tell what going to be shade and that's it. once you load up your game just press the home button if want to see what been installed. just skip the tutorial with then press the home button that's it.

    I love reshade. I use it in my Sims 4 game which all my presets are for. They don't look good in the Sims 3 though which is why I was wondering if anybody knew of presets that are specific for the Sims 3 or at least match with the graphic style.

    well, there another mod by burntwaffles that has sky presets am using it works good my game lighting from reshade like sunsets or like Bridgeport always overcast made it's a sunny day. but most people rec using bunrtwaffles as well.
    [img][/img]48163509141_6d283a2fcb.jpg06-30-19_1-14-16 AM by Jeannita Szalai, on Flickr
  • SimplyJenSimplyJen Posts: 13,928 Member
    edited April 9
    You may be better off trying to Google search for Sims 3 ReShade presets (Images tab) or take the plunge and play around with the settings yourself to create your own profile. I've seen a few here and there but not many.

    Preset I know of:
    https://modthesims.info/d/600416/extrareal-graphics-shader.html

    A while back I ended up making my own since every preset I came across was hyper-realistic or super bright and blown out. Also, some ReShade settings can really tank game performance.
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  • SharoniaSharonia Posts: 3,832 Member
    SimplyJen wrote: »
    You may be better off trying to Google search for Sims 3 ReShade presets (Images tab) or take the plunge and play around with the settings yourself to create your own profile. I've seen a few here and there but not many.

    Preset I know of:
    https://modthesims.info/d/600416/extrareal-graphics-shader.html

    A while back I ended up making my own since every preset I came across was hyper-realistic or super bright and blown out. Also, some ReShade settings can really tank game performance.

    Thank you so much for replying. I couldn’t really find much when I googled so I just uninstalled reshade and went with one of the lighting mods that @Emo-usagi2187 suggested.
  • SimplyJenSimplyJen Posts: 13,928 Member
    edited April 9
    There is a difference between the two. A lighting mod will simply change how the sky and in-game lighting appears while ReShade is an overlay... Kind of like photoshopping or applying a filter to a photo. But the lighting mod is much easier on the game and personally, I prefer it too. :smirk: There are so many great lighting mods out there.
    Formerly known as Simasaurus09

    i7-7700K • 16GB • GTX 1070
    S3 simblr: http://simplysimming.tumblr.com/
    S4 simblr: http://simlogic.tumblr.com/
  • Emo-usagi2187Emo-usagi2187 Posts: 528 Member
    Sharonia wrote: »
    SimplyJen wrote: »
    You may be better off trying to Google search for Sims 3 ReShade presets (Images tab) or take the plunge and play around with the settings yourself to create your own profile. I've seen a few here and there but not many.

    Preset I know of:
    https://modthesims.info/d/600416/extrareal-graphics-shader.html

    A while back I ended up making my own since every preset I came across was hyper-realistic or super bright and blown out. Also, some ReShade settings can really tank game performance.

    Thank you so much for replying. I couldn’t really find much when I googled so I just uninstalled reshade and went with one of the lighting mods that @Emo-usagi2187 suggested.


    ^^ glad I was able to help.
    [img][/img]48163509141_6d283a2fcb.jpg06-30-19_1-14-16 AM by Jeannita Szalai, on Flickr
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