If you choose to 'Override application settings' with 'Standard' filter, you can't set AA to anything else than 'Off'.
It's been a bug throughout all Catalyst 15 versions, it's been reported numerous times, and surprisingly enough why AMD did not fix it for the two latest WHQL versions?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Set your CCC's language to 'English' and it should work. And yes I know, the bug is there since the 14.12 drivers or something. It's not even fixed in the Windows 10 drivers...
Makes them looks twice.
It got moved from "community help".where it might have sat unanswered for ...........?
Works for me(7970).
a.m.d,I notice in your vid you did not click apply until after trying multiple options(trying that also failed for me, after watching vid.).
I clicked apply after "Override........",then change other settings(then applied).
I clean installed from 14.12.
Still on win 8.1.
@goodplay, I have tried exactly as you instruct but alas, it doesn't work at all: "I clicked apply after "Override........",then change other settings(then applied)". It's a bug AMD cannot fix, unfortunately.
I would like to know why you use the "override application settings"? I have always used "enhance application settings'' which adds xEQ to whatever you have set in the game. ie.... x4 becomes x4EQ.