Crysis – Panorama Tutorial

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
or copy the link

This is a quick tutorial on how to take Panoramic screenshots with the CryEngine 2 Editor that ships with Crysis. The CryEngine 2 Editor is also available with the pre-release demo version of Crysis. These are my settings: e_screenshot_min_slices 600 e_screenshot_width 7680 e_screenshot_height 2400 My super high-res Crysis Panoramas are available here: www.hamst3r.com –

Comments

kamisakea says:

LMAO! Nice yet funny tutorial!

drakeishfyre says:

lollll

hamsteralliance says:

As far as I know, you need the to get the demo or the game to get the editor.

brt5470 says:

Is there a way I could grab only the Editor, or do I need to download the demo again.

ronniedeenwho says:

Thanks a lot dude, you’re almost as awesome as chinpokomon…you’ve got to buy them!

hamsteralliance says:

Push CTRL+T to bring up the Objects Selector.

Make sure Visible is selected under Display List.

Type SOLID In the Fast Select box at the bottom. Then click Select All and Hide Selected. 🙂

That’ll get rid of all those striped boxes.

ronniedeenwho says:

Cheers dude. I’ve been messing around with it quite a lot actually, seem to be getting some nice pics out of it. Another question though, the red cross hatched boxes that appear in some levels stay on the screenshot/render, how would I remove those? I’ve tried allowing certain objects etc etc, but to no avail. Cheers.

hamsteralliance says:

It’s mainly about the time of day settings. In the two shots with the deep blue water, the sun is quite low. Also, there is a section in the TOD settings towards the bottom called levels. In there you can warp the strength of certain colors. I highly suggest just sitting down with the TOD settings and moving each slider to see what it does. Sometimes it takes a while for the update to happen so wait 10 or so seconds between each slider change.

ronniedeenwho says:

Uber cool. One thing, kinda new to the whole thing, but how the hell did you get the water to look THAT deep and such a beautiful blue? 0.o

RighteousFool says:

Sweet! Thanks, funny-ass vid too!

hamsteralliance says:

I think that resolution will definitely affect your images. 🙁

To get to the TOD option, click on the terrain menu and pick, “Time of Day” to open the TOD Editor. Then go down to the bottom until you find, “Sharpness”.

Khameleon808 says:

The max res on my monitor is 1280×1024 cause its a 4:3 Dell 19” so does that mean i cant take good panoramic shots, and where is the ToD option ?

hamsteralliance says:

I’ve realized that the quality of the images is somewhat dependent on the resolution that your computer is displaying. I have my resolution set to 2560×1600, so the images come out pretty detailed. There’s also a sharpness option in the “Time of Day” settings, but the main issue is your resolution. Set it as high as you can.

Khameleon808 says:

mine come out lookin ok but its blurry, how do i make them very sharp

hamsteralliance says:

Make sure to level the camera angle so that it’s 0, otherwise everything will look warped. 🙂

s34dr4g0n says:

I didn’t know hamsters had such a great sense of humour! 😛

hamsteralliance says:

Thanks. :)

knizz1235 says:

NICE work!

Write a comment

*