So It be better if I for example choose FPS Profile for Skyrim and RPG for Gears of War, couse most of RPG are TPP? And what in such titles as Tomb Raider, Devil May Cry?
Is there any list of games which have own profiles?
Thank you guys for quick answer, this is very helpful.
That's what I do,
FPS for Skyrim, BF3, Amnesia, Portal etc,
RPG for Alan Wake, Tomb Raider, The Witcher, LOTRO etc
gblight wrote:Hi guys,
The profiles concern the area of the screen that the amBXFXGen process examines when deciding the colour to send to your lights. The amBXFXGen automatically looks at your screen for games that aren't fully integrated with the amBX system and scans your display based on regions. For the generic profiles such as FPS and Racing we change these regions based on the places you would typically get interesting colour for that genre.
The profiles for a specific game have been made where either we thought moving these regions could improve the experience for that particular game or if there was a large chunk of UI in the corner of the screen that we didn't want the amBXFXGen to detect. Feel free to let me know any games that you think would benefit from some specific regions.
Thanks for the insight. It really would be nice for the names of the profiles to be a bit more specific if possible, like I said - based on perspective rather than game type.
Also, what exactly is Default? Just simply all of the screen?
A game I'd recommend making a custom profile for would be Sonic Generations - as it flips from Side-scroller to 3D for specific levels. Racer seems great for the 3D, but awful for the 2D sections. I can't honestly even think of what profile would fit a 2D side scroller anyway based on description. I can only assume RPG or Default?
I'd love to know more specifics, such as which profile concentrates on which portion of the screen, and maybe a future software update for allowing users to create their own profiles, similar to the effects creator. Nothing too fancy, just simply allowing a section of the screen to be concentrated on or ignored etc.