Thanks! I did use the search but most of the comments seemed to relate to the game performance, not the cutscenes. I'll give it a shot when I get home.
For some reason, there's a lot of really terrible aliasing and shimmering, even though I'm using DPFix, with SMAA set to 4. It's especially obvious when running to Greenvale at the start, with all the trees in the background shimmering like crazy. Anyone know how to fix this? For what it's worth, my Nvidia Control Panel settings are set to enhance the AA.
I'd disable the enhanced AA, even though that may not be the problem. Honestly, I had my AA set to something below the max DPFix could do, and instead rendered it at 1.5x the resolution and downscaled it to 1080p. Pretty much eliminated all aliasing.
As for your problem, if disabling enhanced AA didn't fix it, you can try DPFix 0.9.1. Some people have problems running DPFix 0.9.5, and 0.9.1 usually works in its place. (Although you lose the things that 0.9.5 fixed -- but at least the game's playable!)
Thanks a lot for the info, forgot to pick it up during the Steam sale. Going for it immediately!
how does a guy apply the DP fix properly now?
Just unzip it and place it in the directory of the game, restart your computer and just play it like normal, right.
Then upon startup you should be able to pick your resolution at the launcher?
Has anyone heard of or came across a bug that severely limits vertical aiming? Because i can't seem to find any fix that works. It's literally preventing from progressing any further in the story.
I seem to be running into a problem with this game. Everytime I try to run the game it just crashes right at the start up and was wondering if there was anything I can do? I tried some of the stuff suggested on the OP but it still crashes.
Is your DPFix set to windowed? If you use borderless fullscreen, the game must be windowed in the settings or was it fullscreen? Anyway, the settings should match otherwise the game will crash at start up.
Where do you check this?
EDIT: Nevermind, I think I figured it out.
EDIT EDIT: Nope, still crashes
Another big update to the OP. It addresses even more issues and with greater detail than before, offering solutions and even directing to posts about them. It has also been split to two parts, one suggesting fixes and another community made enhancements.
Sucks that this game remained a mess post-release. I also had a painful experience with it. One of the only PC games in the last 10 years to give me this kind of grief.
OP updated once again with even more troubleshooting options.