Pascal Gilcheris creating the ReShade Ray Tracing shader (RTGI) and more
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Join my Discord server and get the "Supporter" role to show everyone how awesome you are!
View the "progress" channel to see what I'm currently working on.
Breakfast | aka "beta"
Access to beta versions of my mods.
RTGI TIER RIGHT HERE
Test my stuff before I release it, allowing you to enjoy it earlier than the rest of the world! The "Beta Supporter" role on my Discord has access to all files that are close to release.
Book | aka "alpha"
Access to experimental/alpha versions of my mods.
Use the earliest versions of my work, some of which might never get released to the public!
Right to vote to shape the future of my mods.
On my Discord, there will be polls occasionally for new features or ideas concerning my works. This tier (along with the assigned role "Alpha Supporter" gives you the ability to take part in those polls.
About Pascal Gilcher
Hi!Hi all, my name is Pascal and I'm the author of many ReShade shaders, most notably the Screen-Space Ray Traced Global Illumination shader (RTGI).
For business inquiries: [email protected]
I've been modding game graphics for the better part of the last decade, starting off as an ENBSeries preset author for GTA: San Andreas, moving on to ReShade which has been my main hobby/passion/vocation for the last few years! 2 years ago, I started working with NVIDIA on the Ansel and FreeStyle modules of GeForce Experience. If you have a NVIDIA video card, my code is on your computer.
What is this Patreon page for?
As my projects and the demand for them grows, so does the time they consume. By supporting me on Patreon, you help me put all my effort into developing, maintaining and refining all these things that make games look awesome and power the most popular graphics mods. I'm still a university student and thus my ways of income are limited.
What rewards do I get for contributing?
The main rewards are my shaders here. New and WIP projects in alpha phase require the "Book" tier, after they mature into the beta phase, they become available to the "Breakfast" tier as well. After they are stable for public use, they become free. I think this is fair for everyone, as I get immediate feedback on changes which benefits the end result immensely and everyone can access my work, within reasonable time. My Ray Tracing shader is currently in beta so it requires the Breakfast tier.
Access to my alpha and beta projects is done via Discord - each tier comes with an invite to my server, you automatically receive the respective role for your tier. We have plenty of guides, tutorials, galleries and much more to explore and help you get the most of your game.
You deserve it.