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Thread: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

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    Default None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    Can somebody explain the difference and what effect it has on FS2004?
    And what you should use of this 3 alternatives for best performance as a normal user????????????????????

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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    bump

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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    Always use trilinear. IT give the best clarity on the ground textures.

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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    What filtering does is it will smooth the texture's and make them blend together to give a more pleasing look to the eye.


    None = blocky texture's
    Bilinear = Smoothed and blended texture's
    Trilinear = Even more smoothing and blending but at a cost of some performance.

    The performance decrease is very minimal, so like bigshot said, just use trilinear.




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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    I haven't noticed a visual or performance difference using either, so I leave it on trilinear.

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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    With me, trilinear gave the best performance.
    Some video cards will not handle very well the bilinear, and I did not saw much difference between both.
    Let's keep the trilinear! ;-)

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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    They're texture filtering/blending modes

    From best to worst:

    Anisotropic
    Trilinear
    Bilinear
    None

    Anisotropic has to be enabled in your video card's options and WILL result in an FPS drop unless you have a brand new card.

    Ryan

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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    Tks for all replies!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    I don't notice any difference between bilinear and trilinear. Dont even know if my vid card supports it...!!! Intel i830m onboard my laptop.


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    Default RE: None, bilinear och trilinear??????????????????????

    Ryan,

    When selecting anisotropic filtering do you select filtering "none" in the FS2004 display settings like you uncheck anti aliasing when
    selecting AA in the video driver control panel?

    Haromo

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