ENB Series for Carmageddon II
Hello, let me get this straight, this is actually the ENB mod for GTA Vice City! Only two functions work correctly with C2: bloom and occlusion. Bloom is very easy to get going without losing much fps at all. While occlusion is a ressource hog, only use it if you have a powerful computer.
This archive should include everything you need:
- ENB Series (d3d9.dll)
- Needed DirectX dependencies (d3dx9_26.dll, d3dx9_40.dll)
- Config files (enbseries.ini)
- The DX9 glide wrapper, dgVoodoo (glide2x.dll)
- dgVoodoo setup (dgVoodooSetup.exe)
There are three config files:
- enbseries.ini (this is mine, Toshiba, only subtle bloom and color correction)
- enbseries_hazardic.ini (this is Hazardic's, heavy dark bloom, very dark and oppressive)
- enbseries_chevy2.ini (ChevyII's, with occlusion)
Put all these files in your C2 folder.
If you want to use Hazardic's or ChevyII's, simply delete or rename mine, then rename the wanted one to enbseries.ini. Pay attention that ChevyII's config activate occlusion, you'll quickly notice whether your comp can run it or not.
You can ofcourse modify the config file yourself. Just head to enbdev.com and read up documentation etc. The thing isn't that easy to handle.
Once you've extracted the files into your C2 folder, configure dgVoodoo by executing dgVoodooSetup.exe and setting it up to your likings. The important part is to use the DirectX9 API instead of DirectX7.
ABOUT THE GLIDE WRAPPER:
There are a few DX9 glide wrappers but only one is known to work with ENB and it is dgVoodoo. If you already have dgVoodoo installed on your comp, having another instance of it within another folder will not change a thing. If you have another glide wrapper installed (Zeckensack's for example), extracting dgVoodoo with ENB in a C2 folder will make this very C2 use dg rather than Zeckensack's but all other glide games will use Zecken'.
PAY ATTENTION THAT THIS MIGHT SIMPLY NOT WORK WITH ALL GFX CARDS.
Not much to do if it's the case with yours :(
Oh, by the way you can download this little pack at Road Reaction in the PC tools part. And yes you guessed it, I just posted the readme I just wrote...