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I'm using the injector bundled with SweetFX and have the d3d9/dxgi.dll files inside game's directory along with shader scripts, but some games crash/freeze at startup if I use RadeonPro. What do I need to do to make RadeonPro work with SweetFX?

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asked Jan 08 '13 at 20:32

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Configure SweetFX at RadeonPro settings and remove all 3rd party injector's DLLs from game directories if you want to use RadeonPro's SweetFX integration. I strongly recommend the use of an untouched SweetFX bundle (zip file), just save all files keeping the original directory structure to a directory of your choice and set RadeonPro to use that directory in SweetFX integration.

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You can also set a hotkey to toggle SweetFX shaders while playing to quick spot how is SweetFX shaders changing the game appearance (and to see if it's working!)

SweetFX can be used on any DirectX 9/10/10.1/11 games running on 32-bit or 64-bit.

Obs: SweetFX shaders are disabled on Battle.net games and Planetside 2. Also, one additional module (PPContainer.dll for 32-bit/PPContainer64.dll for 64-bit) is used when SweetFX shaders are loaded in memory, making easier to detect when a game is employing custom shaders to modify games' appearance through RadeonPro.

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answered Jan 08 '13 at 21:28

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