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RCRN 3.6 - Realistic Colors and Real Nights (Legacy preset)
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Feb 7, 2012 @ 6:10pm
Nov 18, 2012 @ 7:03am
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Subscribe to download RCRN 3.6 - Realistic Colors and Real Nights (Legacy preset)


RCRN is a total lighting and shaders revamp, it grants you an immersive gameplay experience without ruining the original feeling, finely tuned for indoor and outdoor scenes it also provides an incredible dynamic experience, weathers, lighting sources and HDR are dynamically generated and managed with our Hybrid Shaders engine!

Since v3.5 we totally reworked our exclusive Dynamic Interiors[www.rcrncommunity.com] system, we added the new amazing Real Volumetric Fog[www.rcrncommunity.com] and now everything can be easily managed through our fancy RCRN Customizer[www.rcrncommunity.com] user interface!

This mod uses the power behind our .esp along with our custom Injector to generate a new and realistic color palette and an enhanced night-time.
The FPS drop is minimal, in the worst case about a 10% fps only in certain locations!

Skyrim Nexus[www.skyrimnexus.com]
RCRN Official Website[www.rcrncommunity.com]

RCRN comes with 3 different Presets. This is LEGACY, the brighter one[www.rcrncommunity.com]!
You can check also:

You only need to download our 'main file' once or if we drop an update marked as 'critical', normal updates wil be provided automatically via Steam Workshop.
(the 'main file' is needed because Workshop can't manage files located into the Skyrim folders).

This means that if for example you are updating from v3.0 to v3.6 you need to uninstall the old 'main file' and download the new one, because 3.6 is a 'critical' update. But if you are updating from v3.5 to v3.6 no action is required, because it's just an hotfix and the Workshop will auto-update to it!

1: I’ve installed RCRN, but now Skyrim crashes immediatly, what can i do?
You’re probably using an old version of the runtime DirectX component, you can update it through the Microsoft website: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=35

2: Pure, Classic and Legacy can't be subscribed or installed at the same time! Since v3.0 you can switch presets by sub/unsub them without uninstalling!

3: We semplifield a lot the installation guide for Steam Workshop users, for read it go here:
(please read this also if you are having problems/issues/questions)

4: WARNING: please always remember to set bFloatPointRenderTarget=1 into your SkyrimPrefs.ini in order to take advantage of the better reflections introduced in RCRN v3.5!

simply run the provided Uninstaller. (located in the Microsoft Windows Uninstall tab)

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Ps_TresTres Apr 17 @ 4:46pm 
aLaaa  [author] Apr 17 @ 4:33pm 
@Ps_TresTres : no, due workshop limitations to folders management you need to do also the required steps. Otherwise you can use the all-in-on nexus version of RCRN: http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/1875
Ps_TresTres Apr 17 @ 4:23pm 
Can you just "subscribe" like other Workshop mods or do you have to do the two steps?

ALPHA Mar 29 @ 1:32pm 
So, I have done it right. Thanks!
aLaaa  [author] Mar 29 @ 3:45am 
@ALPHA : RCRN needs to load as last, you can read more info here: http://www.rcrncommunity.com/support/faq#gameplay-common-issues
ALPHA Mar 28 @ 8:44pm 
One more question. Where should I put this on my load order? After texture mod (such as SMIM, snow or water texture) or before that?
ALPHA Mar 28 @ 8:44pm 
First of all, thanks for the info because I need it. But, I have tested it twice, my friend. The thorches can only lit area about 1 meter or so around the NPC who hold it. The door is so bright and the area around it is not lit at all. And it's all so contrast.

I turn the mod on again but without the floatboint set to 1. Is there any pinalty other than the "better reflection" doesn't work for doing that?
aLaaa  [author] Mar 28 @ 6:21pm 
@ALPHA : floatpoint has nothing to do with doors and torches, here is an example of why you need it: http://www.rcrncommunity.com/five-quick-skyrim-tweaks-you-may-not-know look at point #2
ALPHA Mar 27 @ 7:42pm 
"please always remember to set bFloatPointRenderTarget=1 into your SkyrimPrefs.ini in order to take advantage of the better reflections..." What does "better reflection" do?

I follow this instruction and the only thing I get is lighting issue on doors and torches carried by NPCs. So, I turn it off.
aLaaa  [author] Mar 16 @ 4:16am 
We are fixing our pages layout due a Steam Workshop change, meanwhile please use our installation guide available here: http://www.rcrncommunity.com/support/starter-guide/steam-workshop

thank you!