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  1. Hi guys, I don't have much knowledge (just starting to learn about it) so I don't really feel comfortable with adding infos on the wiki page but after having talked about it with Mirh, it clear that AA is a big thing and the wiki page here is not up to date neither complete. To quote Mirh: First of all we should distinguish between post processing AA (which blur image) and proper AA. Then, FXAA and MLAA should be somewhat penalized in favor of SMAA... and so on. Here you can find some nice resources I collected on the subject if you want to participate and use it in combination with your knowledge to expand the wiki page. Quite long and exhaustive introduction to AA: http://www.beyond3d.com/content/articles/122/. A simpler (and older) intro can be found here too: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/anti-aliasing-nvidia-geforce-amd-radeon,2868.html. Interesting topic on AA injection tools: http://www.overclock.net/t/1296721/how-to-anti-aliasing-shader-injection-tools-fxaa-smaa-sweetfx-and-gedosato. Also a brand new AA techniques seems on his way and impressive: http://www.dsogaming.com/news/epic-games-shows-incredible-new-anti-aliasing-technique-screenshots-video-comparison/ Anyone interested and competent? :-D
  2. Version 1.0

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    Instructions Install the game. Run my patch. Select if you'd like to play with AA. Select your desired resolution. Play. What it does - Copies the fixed exe over the original - Runs the resolution patcher - Applies an affinity (& 640x480 mode) fix, this can be uninstalled from "Program and Features" ("Add/Remove Programs" in XP) later, it's called "Silent Hill 2 Processor Affinity Fix", for example after you uninstall the game you may want to uninstall this too. - Auto sets the game to 640x480 (which is actually the resolution you have selected eg 1920x1080) and graphics settings turned to the maximum (minus the noise filter) - Applies my AA fix in case you want to play with AA. If you don't plan to, no reason to enable it, as the hack causes a few glitches (still 90% of the game looks fine, and really.. AA is a must with this game..) all credits belong to angular graphics
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