Cinematic vs Performance on PS4 Pro

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User Info: Mirokumatt

Mirokumatt
7 months ago#21
iiiiiiiiiiiii posted...
Here is a visual comparison between Pro performance, cinematic and vanilla ps4.

https://youtu.be/Fux_Xp0lU4o

J-Fly posted...
Hmm, 2 playthroughs on a 55 in LG in HDR. I honestly didn't notice a difference in either mode unless I was up close to the screen.......minor difference. I'll stick with Performance Mode.

Youre blind or your tv is not calibrated. With 4k and hdr the difference is night and day
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User Info: immortaltech6

immortaltech6
7 months ago#22
RD_21 posted...
I'm a gamer who tends to enjoy 30 fps and don't mind it, but there is something in this game (or it may be my tv) that makes me feel almost nauseous in cinematic mode when I walk in the wild and or turn my camera, like I can't focus. I have also turn down the motion blur by more than half.

My problem is that 60 look weird like it's too clean, almost soap opera like. Still haven't decided.

I need to look up if the graphics downgrade are important when you switch to performance.


I had the same nauseousness and only a couple of FPS games with low FOV have done that to me before. I had to turn down the motion blur all the way and it fixed it, playing on Cinematic mode with Pro on a 65" 4K with HDR.

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J-Fly
7 months ago#23
Mirokumatt posted...
iiiiiiiiiiiii posted...
Here is a visual comparison between Pro performance, cinematic and vanilla ps4.

https://youtu.be/Fux_Xp0lU4o

J-Fly posted...
Hmm, 2 playthroughs on a 55 in LG in HDR. I honestly didn't notice a difference in either mode unless I was up close to the screen.......minor difference. I'll stick with Performance Mode.

Youre blind or your tv is not calibrated. With 4k and hdr the difference is night and day

No, but I do suffer from astigmatism. That may have an effect.
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User Info: sajt007

sajt007
7 months ago#24
I have a 49" 4K and I went straight for performance. The colossi animations are stunning at 60 FPS. The 4K does look nice according to that comparison video but that smooth framerate makes the game feel more real.
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User Info: SpookyX

SpookyX
6 months ago#25
Is cinematic mode just increased resolution or does it include better textures, draw distance, etc? I am running pro on 1080p monitor.
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BlackMageIsBest
6 months ago#26
SpookyX posted...
Is cinematic mode just increased resolution or does it include better textures, draw distance, etc? I am running pro on 1080p monitor.


Pretty sure I saw a comparison on one of these topics that showed it. It had somewhat better texturing and a bit better lighting. Depending on the size of your monitor, however, it may not be worth it at all.

I would, no matter what size my monitor was, stick with performance mode just because 60 fps is my thing. But that is just me.
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