F4BP ENB

If you just want the ENB, not the recommended mods, please note the following:
For the ENB to look as intended, please use "Remove Interior Fog" and "True Storms".
*Changing weather/lighting mods won't impact your save-games, and can be installed/uninstalled at any time without any problems.

 


Installing ENB & the F4BP ENB Settings


1 - The official ENB files

Official ENB Download Site: (LINK)
*Download the latest version. Unpack to a temporary folder, then move the content of the "WrapperVersion" folder into the Fallout 4 game-folder.
 

2 - Fallout 4 Beautification Project ENB Settings

Fallout 4 Beautification Project ENB Settings: (LINK)
Download and unpack the files into the Fallout 4 game-folder. When asked, overwrite any existing files.

Alternative file download: (Use only if Nexus is down) *Pick 1
F4BP - Regular DoF (DOWNLOAD)
F4BP - No DoF (DOWNLOAD)
F4BP - Strong DoF (DOWNLOAD)

 


Setting up the ENB


Memory settings

Go to the Fallout 4 game-folder and open up the "enblocal.ini" file with a notepad.

Find the following line:
VideoMemorySizeMb=7808

Now set the numbers to match your system:
VideoMemorySizeMb=(Change this number to equal the amount of video memory you have, minus 384MB)

*Note: 7808 is the correct number for 8GB video memory (8192 - 384 = 7808)

If you are not sure how much video memory your graphics card has, use this tool made by Boris Vorontsov. (LINK)

If you don't have a nVidia Graphics card, use Google to help with your "enblocal.ini" settings.

 


Proceed to Tweaks
Time to correct the load-order and compress the textures


 

If you want to play with the ENB setting, you can do so by editing the "enbseries.ini" file with a notepad, or you can edit them in-game by pressing shift+enter. A little word of advise before changing anything: ENB currently contains more than 1000 environmental settings, which all differ with time of day, location and different types of weather. When playing around with the settings in one location, it might have unforeseen effects somewhere else, so it's a good idea to test ONE thing at a time, and see how it effect different environments before making more changes. Messing everything up is VERY easy, trust me on this one. It is very time consuming to fully test ENB changes in all different environments and weathers, but it's absolutely necessary if you want a great looking ENB. If you don't have time for testing, I strongly advise not to play around with the environmental settings. However, if you do have the time, by all means, I would LOVE to receive ideas for improvements and better settings, and incorporate them into this project. (Please write me on the Nexus SBP Blog)