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Black Mountains And Black Ground Texture Problem In The Distance, How To Finally Fix It?

Discussion in 'Technical Reports' started by pasictarik10, Sep 7, 2020.

  1. pasictarik10

    pasictarik10 Member

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    For a while now, I've had problems with black mountains and black ground texture in the distance on most routes. I have no idea how to fix it or what the problem is. Whenever there is a route with a lot of mountains, it gets even worse. I tried to toggle field of view, ambient occlusion, depth of field etc. and change settings to see if it improves anything but it doesn't. Could it be an anti-aliasing or texture filtering issue? Here are two pictures so you can see for yourself. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
     

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  2. Peter Hayes

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    What video card are you using?
    Drivers up to date?
    What monitor - are you using the windows default/native/recommended resolution in TS20XX?
    Have you tried resetting the video settings:
    Close TS and Steam and navigate to
    \STEAM\steamapps\common\RailWorks\Content and delete/rename the playerprofiles.bin file.
    Restart Steam and then TS 2020 allowing the latter to rebuild the graphics/monitor settings file.
    If this works and TS 2020 opens, then reset your graphics/monitor settings within TS 2020.
     
  3. pasictarik10

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    I don't know what the windows default/native/recommended resolution in TS20XX is.

    I really need to make sure I don't do something stupid I can't go back on if I do what you're suggesting. I edited a lot of routes, I don't want to lose everything.

    Everything is up to date, I posted about my computer specs a few months ago on this forum.
     
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    https://www.howtogeek.com/119117/ht...your-monitors-native-resolution-is-important/
    So someone who is trying to help you should look back thru your old posts because you are too lazy to the info again?

    Why should we help you if you cannot help us?
     
  5. triznya.andras

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    Have you experimented with weather choice?
    It, or its details might cause similar things. Not really while playing, but more in the editor.
    Other than that, I've no idea. Looks like a distance blur to me, thinking it's dark, its settings being useful in foggy, rainy weather.
     
  6. pasictarik10

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    I have that problem in every weather choice, it's more noticeable in sunny weather because skies are clear but either way it's a recurrent problem on most routes as was my sun problem which I still haven't solved.
     
  7. RGoo

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    Do you have anti- aliasing on? That used to happen to me when it was off. Even if you have it on the lowest setting other than off it gets rid of the issue
     
  8. pasictarik10

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    So I would have to have anti-aliasing on then?
     
  9. RGoo

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    I’m sorry I just realised I made an error. Sorry. You would need Dynamic Lighting on, as that enables a smoother fade between the foreground and background. Anti- Aliasing would still be helpful though as it would smooth out the jagged lines in the background
     
  10. pasictarik10

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    If I switch around anti-aliasing, it just creates weird black and white flashes all over on my computer screen as if the screen was damaged. However, maybe there's a specific set of anti-aliasing. As for Dynamic Lighting I will try it but as I recall then the whole route becomes way too bright as if it was a Lego game.
     
  11. pasictarik10

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    This isn't a Contrast issue, I already explained that. Adapative Bloom is turned off.
     

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