I’m trying to perfect my graphics settings, but I don’t understand “rendering quality.” I know resolution pretty much means how blurry objects will look, but rendering “quality” confuses me. What distinguishes high quality from low quality?
so how/why is that different from resolution?
Rendering quality is how crisp and polished something will look. Mainly, your aircraft. A low rendering quality on an aircraft will make things appear to be more of a matte finish and more washed out with little definition (darkness) whereas a high quality will make things more shiny, give the aircraft more depth and provide a better looking color.
Resolution is how clean or clear something will look. A high resolution will provide a crisp image and a low resolution will result in a more blurry appearance.
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