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May. 28, 2020
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Re: OpenGL Rendering
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In fact, its grEEbles, not gribles as I wrote... It's small 3D details, like pipes, etc. Like this or this.

What you did is promising ! I wait to see where you can go with your algorithm. Will there be some batch processing in it ?

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Nice ! I had the same idea but I used crazybump normal map generator and render the nrms in Paint.net but it was not good. Is there a way to have the detail removal without using normal maps ? It's just to see how effective it is.

BTW I think modelizing gribles would be good. I already started Bretonia capships. Then with station, importing original model and after place gribles, then remove station model, export grible. Add an hardpoint called HP_gribles to station CMP at the position 0;0;0. Make an equipment entry for gribles and finally add a code line in station loadout :
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equip = "Station"_gribles, Hp_gribles


It can also be done for ships.

Do you think it's a good idea ?

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Sorry for double post but WOW ! Just WOW !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=548sCh0mMRc&feature=emb_title

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I found this.

I tried but I don't know how to make it work. I think it can help to seperate heights and normals (not normal maps).

I tried to remove shadows and highlights with GIMP but the result was never good, as in the original shadow details are missed as you can see in Defender's texture. I had a converstation with somebody on GameUpscale Discord and he gave me some Imagemagicks .sh delight and deshadow scripts. It worked but there is a sort of bloom after applying them...

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I have an idea too. Removing all bevel and shading.

Here is the principle :

Take a 3D model creator.
Create a plane.
Put a random normal map on the plane where some shapes are put, squares, triangles, etc.
Put a camera above the plane.
Add a light source.
Animate the light source to discribe a circle around the plane at different light elevation for exemple light elevation 0° then 10° and so on.
Take an uncompressed video of each light elevation.
After decompose the video(s) in PNG pictures.
Then with the same camera take a video of the same length without the normal map and decompose it in series of PNG pictures.
Put all normal map pics in lowres folder of AI upscale and put the not normal map pics in reference images of AI upscaler.
Finally, train and see the result on real images.

If it works, it would be nice. Because it could be applied to every game textures that has prerendered texture effects.

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Re: Campaign with gunship/cruiser/battleship mod? Please help
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It reminds me of when I flew a Br Battleship in the second mission. I wanted to dock on the Li Dreadnought at the end of the mission, that was a total mess ! In the Equalizer mod I took a Br Destroyer and I wasn't able to dock on Pittsburgh due to dock size restriction...

It's not a good idea... But a scripted storyline mission that allow you to use moors instead of docking rings or bays can do the job but it's a hard task to do.

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I have a fun fact about BC1 compression artifact removal.

When you use BC1_smooth2 and use misc the result is not that detailed, but when you use another BC1 removal then misc, it's over detailed.

BC1_smooth2 + Misc

BC1_take2 + Misc

It's rather strange.

Edit : Mixed BC1_smooth opacity 128 + BC1_take2 Background

Edit 2 : Fixed URL of "Edit"

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You first need to undo the dds compression. The textures above are done with ESRGAN and pretrained models (two steps, undo dds first and then upscaling). There are quite extensive lists of models you can find on the net. I will try other networks next (e.g. the one you suggested), but the current results are quite impressive. There are tools for ESRGAN which allow alpha upscaling, although the one I tested (IEU) only worked for one texture, not for mass conversion. I did not have time yet to debug that.

Here is the texture upscaled with the same method used in the videos: http://www.flnu.net/downloads/liberty2_1024.png

I did not have any problems with cuda, everything worked fine. But the chip in my laptop is not that old (maxwell). You also could use cpu only, although that sadly is quite slow.

If you get better results, let me know!


I already used BC1_Smooth2 but the 1024 lost his tag while renaming. (Always disliked these artifacts...)

I just saw the alpha model option while I recovered IEU due to Windows update fail 2 weeks ago. I put the Skyrim one.

I added the PPON one to the Mediafire shared folder. I think edges sharpness are great but details are weird compared to ESRGAN 4xMisc. *_PPON is the right one.

What pretrained models did you use ?

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Is it ESRGAN, PPON, or your own model ?

I tried Misc x4 pretrained model for ESRGAN and the result was kinda good. Then I tried PPON and for some details it's better than Misc x4. PPON can't support alpha channel so I need to extract alpha channel with GIMP.

On the one hand edit is better than upscale but on the other hand upscale helps a lot if you want the best accuracy as possible.

Here is a sample of liberty AI upscale I did. I warn you that I had to do 128x128 parts from 256x256 textures cause my computer isn't using CUDA cores and, as always, has outdated components... The window part has been done with PPON. liberty_256 is the original and 1024 is the Misc 4x one.

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Hey !

I optimized the texture ! The result is shown on a box 3d model.

I think the color palette is better and specular map too but I can be fooled.

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jpg  {2ACE8157-1BDB-4030-B2BC-3FC71F936964}.jpg (282.99 KB)
5161_5bd4576cb13d8.jpg 1920X1080 px

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I just used the color palette of the original texture but now I improved it. In fact the blurry texture come from the anisotropic filtering deactivated or the original model's UV, I think it's more UV related. I can send you the maps via PM. I used a 1024X1024 and I was very close to the model, I think the blur wouldn't be so visible ingame as the camera is more far than in the screenshot. Do you recommend to increase or decrease brightness on my spec map ?

@ Everybody : When I said "What do you think ?", I wanted some feedback of all the community not only Schmackbolzen because it's a good way to improve or confirm things.

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Today I finished a bretonian texture, it's b_player02_256. It's a diffuse map + a normal map + a specular map. What do you think ?

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Re: [The Starport News]Recent Downtimes: Another HDD Failure
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Great stuff ! The website have better perfs. What did you use before this upgrade ?

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Great ! For once it's not a component failure.

What kind of CPU ? AMD ? Intel ?
How many RAM did you put on the server ?

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Freelancer will now be subtitled :
"Trent in Wonderland" as it is so marvelous.

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