Improve BF 3 Graphics (Battlefield 3 Better Graphics Fix)


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A user from reddit, HydroRage, has posted instructions on making Battlefield 3 look better than ever. If you think the Battlefield 3 graphics are a bit dull, try this fix out.


It makes the graphics more colorful and generally better. Below you can also find before and after screenshots so you can see exactly how this fix improves the graphics.
The Battlefield 3 Improved Graphics Fix:

"Since there has been a revival of comparison images that are colorful and dull, I’ve decided to make a guide about how to improve graphics and end this comparison once and for all

In this guide, it will show you how to improve colors considerably

1) Firstly Battlefield 3 Colors speak for itself are incredibly dull as shown here :



2) Secondly you would want something like this as shown here:



This is how you do it in no particular order:

For NVIDIA cards:

Go to your control panel and go to Adjust desktop color settings
Move the tab in Digital Vibrance towards, ideally, 100% or any other you fill comfortable with.
For AMD cards (correct me if I’m wrong),

Go to My Digital Flat-Panels and click on Display Color and adjust the saturation bar.
Next:

Download the mostly talked about FXAA Injector (http://forums.electronicarts.co.uk/battlefield-3-pc/1454675-better-sharper-custom-fxaa-injector.html) from here:

http://www.mediafire.com/?rilmyvolj0oevbh
Put them in the Battlefield 3 main folder
However this is not enough. Go into the injFX_Settings.h file and edit with Notepad (or better Notepad++) and change the saturation under tonemap (scroll or find with Crtl+F) and change that to 1.5-2.0
Highly recommended - I have experimented with different settings and numbers for the best possible look (I just realised it was way better)

http://notepub.com/#fb=&note=327978&dk=09b613de78207b5b9fe9b8b7a0ec2762
If you did it correctly than you would ideally have something like this:





My graphics settings: 








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