FALLING TOILET Nov 16, 2013 @ 6:48am
Screen shaking help [Solved]
It happens when I'm near object
Last edited by FALLING TOILET; Nov 17, 2013 @ 9:10pm
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Gaming Miku Nov 16, 2013 @ 7:17am 
can you make or find a video, since i cant imagine anything about your problem
Nfear Nov 16, 2013 @ 7:39am 
Are you playing with a controller?
ᙖᒪᗝᗝᖙ ᙡᗢᒪℱ Nov 16, 2013 @ 7:44am 
maybe a Skyrim Brick
you can get that if you're using to much mods
try to -ReActivate your mods
FALLING TOILET Nov 16, 2013 @ 8:03am 
I saw the problem when I was video capturing. when I started recording the problem is gone and I saw my framerate go from 60 to 40 so I think it has something to do with the framerate
FALLING TOILET Nov 16, 2013 @ 8:29am 
I changed to higher graphic settings to confirm that, I get 40-50 most of the time and the screen doesn't shake until it hit 60fps. Is there a way to fix it?
chibilibi Nov 16, 2013 @ 10:08am 
Originally posted by Falling Toilet:
I changed to higher graphic settings to confirm that, I get 40-50 most of the time and the screen doesn't shake until it hit 60fps. Is there a way to fix it?

The problem you are experiencing is a bug in Skyrim's engine. The game's physics engine does not like it when you go 60 FPS or over. What I would recommend is framerate limiter. I think the latest ENBSeries binaries have one that you can set.

If you do not have VSync on, turn it on. You can do this by going into Skyrim.ini and typing
iPresentInterval=1 at the bottom of the [Display] section.

If that doesn't help, what is your load order? It could be a mod that is causing the problem.

Hope this helped.
Last edited by chibilibi; Nov 16, 2013 @ 10:09am
FALLING TOILET Nov 17, 2013 @ 6:49pm 
Originally posted by chibilibi:
Originally posted by Falling Toilet:
I changed to higher graphic settings to confirm that, I get 40-50 most of the time and the screen doesn't shake until it hit 60fps. Is there a way to fix it?

The problem you are experiencing is a bug in Skyrim's engine. The game's physics engine does not like it when you go 60 FPS or over. What I would recommend is framerate limiter. I think the latest ENBSeries binaries have one that you can set.

If you do not have VSync on, turn it on. You can do this by going into Skyrim.ini and typing
iPresentInterval=1 at the bottom of the [Display] section.

If that doesn't help, what is your load order? It could be a mod that is causing the problem.

Hope this helped.

I installed nexus fps limiter, I thought it was going to be hard but it took me 1 min, I set the framerate to 59 and the problem is gone now. Thank you very much :)
nuclear465 Jul 7 @ 12:29pm 
I am having the same problem with the screen shaking when i am near objects. I tried the FPS limiter an the shaking is gone, but now there is an insane amount of screen tearing, i don't now which one is worse. I try to force V-sync on but the screen tearing is always there. I don't know what else to do.
Ilja Jul 7 @ 12:39pm 
Originally posted by nuclear465:
I am having the same problem with the screen shaking when i am near objects. I tried the FPS limiter an the shaking is gone, but now there is an insane amount of screen tearing, i don't now which one is worse. I try to force V-sync on but the screen tearing is always there. I don't know what else to do.

If you actually want help, then you could try to do a post about your problem, instead of waking up a post from 2013.
MageThis Jul 7 @ 1:54pm 
@ nuclear465 Yeah the problem is that people that want to help end up reading necros and filling their heads with old news so they have to scroll to find your issue and you are not the OP .
nuclear465 Jul 8 @ 4:18am 
Originally posted by Ilja:
Originally posted by nuclear465:
I am having the same problem with the screen shaking when i am near objects. I tried the FPS limiter an the shaking is gone, but now there is an insane amount of screen tearing, i don't now which one is worse. I try to force V-sync on but the screen tearing is always there. I don't know what else to do.

If you actually want help, then you could try to do a post about your problem, instead of waking up a post from 2013.


Originally posted by MageThis:
@ nuclear465 Yeah the problem is that people that want to help end up reading necros and filling their heads with old news so they have to scroll to find your issue and you are not the OP .

Wow guys, thanks a lot ! If i had opened a new tread about this issue, someone would criticize me for not looking into older ones about the same thing. "Don't you know the rules, always search for your problem elsewhere before creating a new tread, and use that forum, bla bla bla". I have been criticized before because for opening new treads, now that i try to do the right thing i am criticized again...

Ok, i'll open a new one !!

Bye.
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