I have a question regarding a post-processing-filter that has been developed alongside of D3.
It can be found here:http://darkd3.com/
The results can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcnIIVYSuLM
It should be noted that alot of people are really interested in this feature, and having the more gritty looks.
What is your( Blizzards ) opinion towards this?
Is this a breach of the EULA and will it lead to a ban through Warden?
The answer is here:
We also are not able to provide a list of unauthorized software or confirm if any particular application is authorized or not.
There is also always the additional risk that third-party software will include components that do interfere with the game, even if a simple DirectX filter as such does not.
In short, we cannot guarantee that using the filter will not lead to account suspension or closure, and hence recommend against using it.
Due to numerous comment's regarding fine tuning the monitor's hue, saturation etc.
It's not about the color, it's about the sharpness.
Some of us actually get soar eyes, and eventually headaches, because our eyes strain to much on trying to focus on the blurry graphics.
Glasses wont fix it. Laser surgery wont fix it. Blindfolds wont fix it.
However, using the post-processing-filter, originally created by Timothy Lottes from Nvidia
does fix it. It enhances the rendering by using FXAA-injection. A known method used on many games.