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NVidia 3D Vision Support
Anti-Aliasing Support
ActionMap and Controller Mapping
Custom Configuration Options


To enable true NVidia 3D Vision:
1. Create a file named user.cfg in .\StarCitizen\CitizenClient

2. Add the following lines:
r_StereoMode=1
r_StereoOutput=4
r_StereoDevice=3
r_StereoStrength=2
r_StereoScreenDist=1
r_StereoEyeDist=0.06
r_StereoFlipEyes=1
r_SSAODownscale=1
r_SSAO=3
r_ssdo=0
r_ssreflections=0

3. Save and close the file

4. Adjust the r_StereoScreenDist and r_StereoEyeDist values until the convergence seems right for your eyes and monitor.

- Known Issues -
A couple overlay textures only appear in one eye.
Glow effects render strangely in a ghosting way.
Glow effects are rendered for one eye only and copy/pasted to the other eye
The hologram enables a shader that breaks stereo while turned on (am researching)
CryEngine Screen Space Directional Occlusion is incompatible
CryEngine Screen Space Reflection is incompatible

To enable shader (fake) NVidia 3D Vision:
1. Create a file named user.cfg in .\StarCitizen\CitizenClient

2. Add the following lines:
r_StereoMode=2
r_StereoOutput=5
r_StereoDevice=3

3. Save and close the file

Optional Additional Settings (untested)
r_StereoStrength
r_StereoScreenDist
r_StereoEyeDist
r_StereoNearGeoScale
r_StereoFlipEyes

The Odd Side Mirrors
If you see odd mirroring on the sides, to correct it:
1. Go to the NVidia control panel
2. Under 'Setup Stereoscopic 3D', click 'Set Keyboard Shortcuts'
3. Under 'Advanced In-Game Settings', put a check in 'Enable Advanced In-Game Settings'
4. Click 'Ok'
5. When in the game, repeatedly use the Ctrl + F11 (or whatever you changed it to) shortcut to cycle through the frustum options until the screen looks right.

Crytek's official stereoscopy documentation
http://docs.cryengine.com/display/SDKDOC2/Sandbox+Stereo+Usage+and+Manipulation

Other useful settings
r_HDRBloomRatio = 0.05
r_Sharpening = 0
r_MotionBlur = 0

My 3D Vision user.cfg
<br />; Default<br />;r_Sharpening=0<br />;r_HDRBloomRatio=0.05<br />r_MotionBlur=0<br />r_VSync=1<br />r_ssdo=2<br />r_SSReflections=4<br />r_TexMaxAnisotropy=16<br />r_TexMinAnisotropy=16<br />;cl_fov=45<br />;r_DrawNearFoV=45<br />;r_AntialiasingMode=3<br /><br />; 3D Vision<br />r_AntialiasingMode=0<br />r_StereoMode=1<br />r_StereoOutput=4<br />r_StereoDevice=3<br />r_StereoStrength=2<br />r_StereoScreenDist=1<br />r_StereoEyeDist=.06<br />r_StereoFlipEyes=1<br />r_StereoNearGeoScale=0<br />