What does Gpose mean?
/gpose or /grouppose is basically a screenshot mode, where it forces all characters on screen to A) Face the camera and B) Perform their last emote all at the same time. Allows for screenshots of groups all doing similar/same poses at the same time. It also adds a depth of field effect to the background.
Where can I find Gpose photos?
After taking the photo, you can find it saved in your computer documents in the “My Games” folder. Within that folder, you should find a specific folder labeled Final Fantasy 14 where the photos will be saved.
Can you change time of day in Gpose?
The “Select Action” toggle from the “Effects” menu (shown further below) is required in order to perform your animation in /gpose. The time of day is something that can’t be controlled in your shot and will change even when in the /gpose menu, so plan accordingly.
How do you open a GShade?
How do I open the overlay? Shift + F2 for most games, F10 for PSO 2, and End for Second Life. You can change it under the Settings tab in the overlay.
How do I stop emoting Gpose?
– To cancel, simply press the A or X button or the escape key! – When doing a group pose, all parties involved (player character, party members, alliance members, chocobos, minions) will face the camera and repeat the last general or expression emote used!
Where do Ffxiv screenshots go?
FFXIV Screenshot Location
- Open up File Explorer – you can do this by typing File Explorer into the start menu.
- Click Documents on the left of the newly opened File Explorer window.
- Go into My Games > FFXIV > Screenshots.
- That’s it! In the Screenshots folder you will find all of the screenshots you’ve taken.
How do you use the phial of Fantasia?
By using the Phial of Fantasia in-game and then logging out, you will be able to edit your character the next time you log in by right clicking (or pressing the square button) on your character in the character selection screen.
How do you open a Gshade?
Where are my Ffxiv screenshots?
Which is better ReShade or GShade?
Further, GShade is the only ReShade build capable of completely ignoring the Final Fantasy XIV UI, including job bars and nameplates, meaning gameplay presets look better on GShade than on anything else.