Topic Title: How to save in AMD Vision engine control center?
Topic Summary: trouble with saving
Created On: 08/03/2012 11:56 PM
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 08/03/2012 11:56 PM
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Samthesandking
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I was playing around with the settings on my AMD VISION Engine Control Center, and I want to save the changes. I click on Apply, and than I wanna click Save in the -Application Profiles- window (I have <<New APplication>> selected)

When I click Save, a window pops up. From then, it's just a bunch of folders with 2-letter names, I don't know what's what.

Would really appriciate if someone could help me, I just want to save the settings which I made.

Thanks.

 

 08/04/2012 02:51 PM
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If you are talking about saving a new application profile from the settings you have made in the 3d gaming section..when you hit the save profile it goes to your computer programs....just scroll till you find the game folder (steam, eagames, origin, LFD, etc) open it and click on the exe file (application). Thats it. When that game is started, those settings will be applied. Remember to return your settings to the normal (ie web surfing) settings after you have made the 'application profile" or the settings you just made will be applied for everything. As an example, I use morfological rendering in some games...that would totally mess up my screen if I used it all the time. I made a preset for 'normal' 3D settings that will revert back to my basic set.



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