Discussion in 'Gaming' started by TheMachinist, Sep 22, 2005.
High Dynamic Range
Lighting, to be precise. All the modern tricks to make the monitor look like what your eye sees naturally.
Try exiting and restarting Steam. It's happened to me a couple of times recently with TFC.
anyone know how to get the starting music as an mp3 so i can play it in winamp?
I heard the lighting is amazing... Like, when youre inside a building for awhile and run out to the light your screen adjusts as eyes would...
map is flash or donnor i forget, its on my cousin's x850 xt um i can extract the mp3 if anyone wants it, and the annoying this game is not availble message was due too people lagging out in dod s, now fixed, also for you too goofus_maximus they had an issue where all cards were forced on dx9... my friends comp froze everytime.. poor fella got an geforce2 forced on dx9 even if card doesnt support haha! i love steam bugs :evil:
anybody up for a few rounds?
Who resurrected this defunct thread? That's been happening a lot lately!
Do we have a NECROMANCER in our midst?
DoD:S is too much of a performance hog for me to enjoy playing often.
My system (Athlon64 3400+, 512mb ram, nv gf go 440 (it's a notebook)) can hardly handle this game. I run 800x600 with everything minimal in dx7 mode. It still sputters along. It's enough for me to kill inferior US Allieds with my k98k, though =0
One trick I learned, to de-stutter-ize DoD:S, is to set the performance to favor the System Cache instead of programs, in "System --> Advanced --> Performance --> Advanced --> Memory Usage"