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Xenosaga 3 lighting problem.
#1
In game lighting goes from being bright (normal) to going dim randomly. Its like someone is playing around with the lights with a switch. It happens quite often. It does not happen in software mode. Its a rather annoying thing to have happened.

Graphic settings

http://imgur.com/Sl0lzyV

Everything else is set to default except for MTVU is enable and Widescreen being enabled as well. All else is at default settings.

http://imgur.com/tPvHqCp,r0f61jJ

First image is normal lighting and 2nd one is when it dims.

http://imgur.com/tPvHqCp,r0f61jJ

PCSX version 1.1 rev.5622
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#2
check with official version,if it does same in that too.then make a Valid bug report in Bug reporting section.
Btw did u try different configurations & different renderer?
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#3
You linked to the same image twice.
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#4
Yeah I know about this annoying problem. Never found what it is though, sorry.
Try using DX9 mode, I think that worked better (also try turning FBA on and off then).
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#5
OK DX9 mode seems to have fixed it but the overall game runs slower in DX9 then it does in DX11. Which is odd but whatever. Maybe its a problem on my end but enabling AA in DX9 Drops my fps by 10 at 2x. I guess its a matter of question/choice here. Using DX9 does fix the lighting problem but doesn't run nearly as good and have to use a lot lower resolution to try and maintain 60fps. I don't know what I'll end up choosing though (probably DX11) but thank you for your answer.
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#6
DX11 is faster for the vast majority of games. Also keep in mind AA is pretty much experimental and will cause huge load in many games
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