Played on extreme settings for the first time this weekend, bases look really nice close up
Lots of Stream / Video quality control going on today… snapped a couple more shots.
Edit: Couple more
Set up 4k via nvidia control panel settings, as a result it reduced aliasing on my HD display, and produced higher res outputs on screenshot. Not bad results.
What kind of FPS are you getting at 4K? Or are you using the DSR 4K downsampling to 1080p or something?
I was getting around 60fps in space, and 30fps near the surface of Cinder / Semnoz, full 4k display on a 4k monitor.
GTX1070ti and a Ryzen7 cpu.
However, my other workstation isn’t nearly as capable, so I experienced a performance hit there.
I average ~60fps on 4k w/ a Geforce 1080 and a quad core Skylake 6800k with 32gb of 3200mghz DDR4 RAM.
Even though I ran lower settings/res, these scenes had nice emotional impact:
A few of my own:
I initially thought the second to last one was a graphical glitch, until I noticed that it was the planet’s shadow. Really cool!
Excellent shots there, SpaceJay!
Where is the donation button for SpaceJays screenshots!
Those “mirrors” on Semnoz are really nice. Is there a base close to one of them?
Yes, it’s next to a base.
Plenty of screenys to share around the forums, thanks everyone.
That useless cursor ruins these a bit.
Rendering bugs at Aresthia (half the planet is at full brightness, the other one is glitchy) :
I had the skin to match the glitches.
Yeah that cursor in spectator mode is just silly.
The repeating ‘Press J to jump to warp’ message, also too often gets in the way of an otherwise perfect frame when I’m ‘filming’.
Does it still happen in 0.4.1.0 ? I thought that had been fixed in this patch.
I’ll see about disabling the cursor in spectator mode though.
For this one, they got reinforcements and after destroying the base I escaped (or so I thought) tumbling away at 500m/s horizontally with my nose pointed to the stars. I was trying to recover control and align with my velocity vector while the ship kept powering off. I finally noticed my altitude slowly decreasing before crashing in the plains beyond the mountains.
For some reason I didn’t take any screenshot at that time.