It allows you to inject a suite of post processing effects into any DX9, 10, or 11 game. (32 bit only)
I am using it with FSX DX10 preview and it really sharpens things up along with offering a host of post processing type effects like HDR and Bloom. Seems to have a pretty negligible effect on frames.
Best of all, it is completely and easily configurable via text file.
Very easy to do, too. You don't have to keep restarting FSX every time you make an adjustment. You can do it "on the fly." :) Run FSX in a window. Open the text settings file in another window. Change any setting and save the file. Push the pause key to restart the injector. You can also toggle the effect off and on using the scroll lock key. (You might want to change the default keys that FSX uses for those keystrokes, too.)
I haven't spend much time with it and I am pretty much an FSX novice. Just thought I would bring it to everyone's attention. If you like it, I would be very interested to see what kinds of interesting settings some of you experts can put together.
Maybe this is old news but I just thought I would throw it out there, FWIW. I know I am having fun and will be playing/flying with from now on.
Before and after screenies below. They really don't don't do the thing justice since I am keeping the settings pretty subtle so far but it really shines in the sim.
Edited by firehawk44, 28 October 2012 - 09:33 AM.
Images removed - exceeded 1600W limit. Yours 1920W.