BarbaraStanwycksLegs Posted August 3, 2019 Share Posted August 3, 2019 Hey folks. I played through NOLF and NOLF 2 recently. Enjoyed them immensely. I also streamed this gameplay. I ran into some issues and would like advice on these issues, especially the first game; NOLF 2's biggest issue (texture weirdness/crashing) was fixable/not too bad after Siberia. Running Windows 7. The cutscenes played too fast; running the game on a modern PC causes the framerate to be too high. K. No problem; I had the same issue when I first tried to play Deus Ex a year ago. Articles on the web confirmed; cap it to 60 fps and things'll be fine. Cool. Couldn't find an ingame way to do this; no config file to edie, nor an ini. Tried the autoexec. Nothing in there I could see. Ultimately, I enabled vsync in Nvidia Control Panel. This solved the cutscene issue. Is there a way to cap the framerate in game so I don't have to always remember to turn off vsync when I want to play any other game? Plus, the vsync fix does not work when I run the game in Windows mode. Incidentally; I got the game from the NOLF revival page. It's the Game of the Year edition, I believe it's already patched. There was also the issue that I could not use Game Capture in OBS; I had to use Display Capture. I doubt there's a fix here, but thought I'd throw that one out. Probably the thing I most want help with is the flashing, strobelike effect that comes across on the stream when I am in a menu or die and get the load options. This doesn't happen in the game itself; my game looks fine; it's the stream that's messed up. You can see the effect here at 23:17 (don't know how to copy a twitch link with the timestamp the way you can on YouTube). https://www.twitch.tv/videos/457997618 Thanks for your time. Cheers. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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