Seems good. I would have liked the option to make changes outside of the sim though (like with the previous version of the scalar). FSR and NIS seem to be very different animals when it comes to adding the sharpening. With NIS I used the default 50% but with FSR I cranked it up to 100%…
I know what you mean. It is good that you can see the results as you apply them. I think the only setting when using this that needs a VR restart (where you just need to Ctl+Tab out and then in again, you don’t need to restart WMR or the sim) is changing between NIS and FSR - everything else is dynamic and on the fly.
I think FSR looks more natural but NIS provides a sharper clarity just in the cockpit for me, at the cost of making the outside look a bit too aliased.
There’s talk of it getting some preset save slots, which will be nice. I am finding FSR nicer for VFR and analog dials and needing NIS and super sharp values for the digital displays of the airliners (CRJ and A320). I haven’t played around with the World Scale yet, as the size of the cockpits didn’t really bother me, but I think the ‘Save Slots’ could be about that too.
So, the world scaling works for the cockpits, but it affects everything outside too. With the BD5 it made all the line service guys look about 3 ft tall… Probably a feature that I won’t be using but it was worth a try.
Clouds in MT hit me hard too. I had to put them down to low I think to get my frames back. I tried Turbo mode a couple of times. The first time I got a performance boost with a lot of warping, the second time DCS crashed lol.
I must add, i had a go at the A-4 (my fave atm) took off from the Forestall, had a go at some targets. Incredible how clear and crisp i can see in OXR. Then i had a go at IL2 in the new SSW DIV. Wow! It was beautiful. It played at a solid 90fps while in a 3 vs 3 DF.
Im sold on OXR even without being able to change a thing.