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MisterMartijn

Higher resolution skins

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Hello,

I was wondering if there is a way to increase the skin resolutions from skinpacks.

Thanks,

- MM

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Set texture quality to very high, anisotropic filtering to very high and get all DLCs for ArmA2.

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I have this pack and it improves the textures:

http://www.arma2.com/arma-2-baf.html

I recommend it and also do what Rolle said.

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Hey Mistermartijn, have you tried putting your texture quality and anisotropic filtering to very high? If so, have you noticed a difference?

3D resolution also affects overall quality, it should match your monitor's resolution. The BAF DLC pack that HatchBackBandit linked and the PMC DLC linked will also increase the quality of a number of skins drastically.

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What is above is correct. BAF is a great add on very recommended :)

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Does BAF do anything to your FPS?

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Yeah, I bought them yesterday, 1,39€ for a DLC. Worth it, trust me.

Thanks for posting it on this thread so everyone can see it ;)

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Yeah, I bought them yesterday, 1,39€ for a DLC. Worth it, trust me.

Thanks for posting it on this thread so everyone can see it ;)

I bought all three of them (although I don't know what Army of the Czech does.. I don't even see any extra missions) and damn, it looks so freakin' good! It's so awesome to see all those skins and vehicles in HD after playing the mod for around 500 hours!

for example, the hero skin:

pc7oALE.jpg

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I remember when i first got the dlc's it make tthe game look allot better and its got some cool missions aswell

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