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Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning Anti-Aliasing Problems on PS3

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I have some bad anti-aliasing issues with this game on my PS3. I have turned on the PS3 smoothing and lowered the sharpness on my TV but that doesn't help. 

 

I thought it could be that I am playing a 720p game on a 1080p TV but that doesn't seem to be a problem with other games.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. :smileyhappy:

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Re: Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning Anti-Aliasing Problems on PS3

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bobriguez wrote: I have turned on the PS3 smoothing

This doesn't apply for PS3 games... this applies for PS1/PS2 games

Its also not a resolution issue.

 

Its just how the game was made.... not every game made for PS3 has Anti Aliasing.

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The reason I think this isn't a game issue is because the playthrough videos on youtube dont have this problem at all. I know that the video capture etc of the online video has an effect on the look of the video but I don't  think it would mask the amout of bad anti-aliasing that I am seeing.

 

Does anyone else have any ideas?

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bobriguez wrote:

The reason I think this isn't a game issue is because the playthrough videos on youtube dont have this problem at all. I know that the video capture etc of the online video has an effect on the look of the video but I don't  think it would mask the amout of bad anti-aliasing that I am seeing.

 

Does anyone else have any ideas?


Its not just that capture of the video... its the encoding/compression of the site that streams the video which can diminish certain things like color, edges etc etc.

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