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I`d like to see clean image, something like "Blue-ray remastered edition with noise removal" - is it possible to remove that damned noise completely? I already know that crappy chromatic abberation filter cannot be removed, only reduced a little - maybe they`ll add some option in the next patch to remove all post processing. 7 years in the making - and you cannot see the result properly, what a shame....
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You can eliminate CA via registry changes and sharpen the image a bit via ReShade:

https://steamcommunity.com/app/268910/discussions/0/1519260397784776282/
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realavt: I`d like to see clean image, something like "Blue-ray remastered edition with noise removal" - is it possible to remove that damned noise completely? I already know that crappy chromatic abberation filter cannot be removed, only reduced a little - maybe they`ll add some option in the next patch to remove all post processing. 7 years in the making - and you cannot see the result properly, what a shame....
I mean, it's supposed to look like a cartoon that was made almost 90 years ago and then played back today. So there's kinda fuzzy edges, film scratches, and hissing and popping during scene changes, as well as poorly recorded music and sound effects. It's kind of the entire point of the game's amazing look and charm. Some people lol
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Post edited October 02, 2017 by dalmirog
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realavt: I`d like to see clean image, something like "Blue-ray remastered edition with noise removal" - is it possible to remove that damned noise completely? I already know that crappy chromatic abberation filter cannot be removed, only reduced a little - maybe they`ll add some option in the next patch to remove all post processing. 7 years in the making - and you cannot see the result properly, what a shame....
in the same file you disable the chromatic aberration in , there are some lines for noise and other effects you can turn off
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iambosh93: in the same file you disable the chromatic aberration in , there are some lines for noise and other effects you can turn off
They do nothing.
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iambosh93: in the same file you disable the chromatic aberration in , there are some lines for noise and other effects you can turn off
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nixnix3: They do nothing.
its not gonna remove the scratchy filter. if you want to remove that then you gotta use either 3DMigoto or SpecialK to disable that shader.
A "clean image" isn't the point, learn to play and respect the visual aesthetic. The filters aren't even remotely a problem.

Also the noise reduction in Blu-Ray releases you mention are cancerous and destroy movies.
Post edited October 03, 2017 by ReynardFox
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realavt: I`d like to see clean image, something like "Blue-ray remastered edition with noise removal" - is it possible to remove that damned noise completely? I already know that crappy chromatic abberation filter cannot be removed, only reduced a little - maybe they`ll add some option in the next patch to remove all post processing. 7 years in the making - and you cannot see the result properly, what a shame....
I guess that if you wan't to eliminate that "crappy noise filter" this is not a game for you pal.
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realavt: I`d like to see clean image, something like "Blue-ray remastered edition with noise removal" - is it possible to remove that damned noise completely? I already know that crappy chromatic abberation filter cannot be removed, only reduced a little - maybe they`ll add some option in the next patch to remove all post processing. 7 years in the making - and you cannot see the result properly, what a shame....
Here you go OP. Two pieces:

1) A mod that removes the film grain
http://steamcommunity.com/app/268910/discussions/0/3182216552763714946/

2) A registry entry that will fully disable the chromatic aberration and some other blur effects (I think you already did this):
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=03716285585522450340
Post edited 3 days ago by Wowfunhappy