Good point, I rarely use AA at 1440p so not used to seeing it's effects. I noticed the transition from moving to still pictures, didn't realize that was a TAA tell.I'd rather play with no AA at all than TAA, I hate how images go from sharp to blurfest when anything moves.
You can set it to a bool and have it turn off or on but it doesn't seem to do anything... such a shame"name": "AntiAliasing",
"is_visible": true, <---- false by default
There is a legit option in the game for it. It ends up being blank because they have no values established for it
This was in "INSTALLPATH"\Cyberpunk 2077\r6\config\settings\platform\pc options.json
Can someone help with a fix?
It's sad that many games these days rely on TAA... RDR2 does the same thing. TAA fixes a lot of shadow related issues but when you disable it they become pure noise or grainy, they also used it to blend between frames in motion to stop trees artifacting or shimmering. When the game is designed around TAA... there's little to nothing we can do as consumers to mitigate the effects unless they actually improve their AA solution and remove the restraints. SMAA is powerful and looks better in most instances without the added blur but again it depends how it's applied.Cyberpunk uses a lot of TAA.
Most TAA implementations have "ghosting problems".
it's very difficult to avoid them and thats the reason why a lot of games don't use TAA.
The Hair looks smeared and thats how you can tell for sure.
You can simply switch to another method if the game supports it.
a lot of areas benefit from Anti Aliasing even if you don't recognize the aliasing artifacts,
because you are so used to them by now.
a popular example of "heavy ghosting" would be Black Dessert Online.
It's because it's a terrible port... with developers that are more focused on making the NEXT GEN version be the sparkling new gem... for a PC centric developer to shaft the PC version like this... it's a pure scam move. It was already delayed by over a year and this is the port they give us???I would like a simple ability to completely switch off the anti-aliasing. On Radeon I cannot override AA to disable it. On low settings FPS oscillates around 14. This is a massive oversight.