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Removing the blurred pixels from the Sim in the first game was relatively simple and there was no need for a mod to do this. To remove the pixels, enable the move_objects on cheat and move a Sim away from a bathtub, an enclosed shower, or a love bed. The censor will remain where it is and the Sim will be nude. The effects only lasts until the interaction/activity of the object is completed or the object that the Sim used is deleted, after which time the Sim will return to normal attire.
Early attempts at removing the mosaic blur effect that obscures Sims when they have a shower or bathe, woohoo, or use a toilet involved a hack which replaced core game files for The Sims 3. Now, several mods have been developed that non-destructively remove the mosaic blur effect.
This app allows you to customize Blur Reduction on BenQ/Zowie gaming monitors for brighter or sharper fast motion with less motion blur and fix strobe crosstalk (double-images). This app is a BenQ authorized 3rd party utility.
1. Make Blur Reduction brighter2. Make Blur Reduction clearer with sharper-looking motion (CRT-clarity)3. Adjust for trade-off of reduced input lag versus reduced ghosting.4. Make 60Hz strobe work for PC/Mac games, for consoles, and for sports video.5. Fix strobe crosstalk double-image artifact during fast horizontal motion in bottom half of display.
Enabling this checkbox activates your ability to customize Persistence and Crosstalk.NOTE: For the XL2411Z, XL2420Z and XL2720Z, they have a single-strobe mode which looks great at 60 Hz but cause a lot of flicker. To avoid visible flicker, it is recommended you run at a refresh rate of 100Hz or higher, unless you plan to use motion blur reduction for 60Hz (e.g. consoles, videos, 60fps-limited games).
Certain crosstalk band locations will very slightly reduce input lag if the crosstalk band is right below the lag-critical area of your screen (e.g. location of crosshairs). The input lag is lowest in the screen area immediately above the strobe crosstalk band. Real-world performance will usually look better in actual game play. Please note that framerates lower than refresh rate can also cause double image effects.
A: No. These are very old gaming monitors manufactured before XL2411Z. For older BenQ T-Series LightBoost (XL2411T, XL2420T, XL2720T) you need a different app, ToastyX Strobelight, which you can download via LightBoost HOWTO.
Frame rates above refresh rates can be okay if you add enough overkill frame rates (e.g. >300fps at 120Hz) to solve the microstuttering visibility that is amplified by blur reduction modes on unsynchronized motion.
The lack of motion blur makes microstutters more visible, so matching framerate = refreshrate = stroberate produces the most perfect possible strobed motion. For competition players who requires higher frame rates, overkill framerates will compensate for strobe-amplified microstuttering
Strobing amplifies visibility of micro stutters. Lack of motion blur makes microstutters easier to see. This is a normal side effect of CRT motion clarity with unsynchronized motion. It affects all strobe backlights including LightBoost, ULMB and BenQ/Zowie Blur Reduction and DyAc.
For 240 Hz ZOWIE monitors, see www.blurbusters.com/crosstalk instead and follow Appendix A halfway down the page, to reduce strobe crosstalk for 180 Hertz via the Large Vertical Total trick on XL2540 and XL2546. 2b1af7f3a8