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Post by Max Caputi on Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:58 am



Ed una Gif dedicata al Drift


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Conle semislick avevo fatto 54.8, ma è un'anguilla. Peccato non avere due classifiche a seconda delle gomme usate, che con alcune auto comportano tempi molto diversi.

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Post by Gianluca Bonifacio on Sun Dec 29, 2013 2:32 pm



Assetto Corsa Early Access Update 0.4.1 - An eye in the rift
Ferrari F40@Mugello, 14.00
Oculus Rift Development Kit 1.1, Left eye view
Recorded with the same bad camera phone of last time
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Post by Mauro Delegà on Sun Dec 29, 2013 4:00 pm

Gianluca, dimmi come ti trovi, ne vale la pena?
e rispetto ai tre monitor?


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Post by Gianluca Bonifacio on Sun Dec 29, 2013 4:06 pm

potenzialmente ne vale la pena, visto anche il prezzo (parlo della versione attuale, non so se salirà e di quanto eventualmente)...
purtroppo però i software, AC compreso che ha qualche problema di latenza e soprattutto non sembra andare a leggere i file di configurazione dell'oculus (trovi i dettagli nel topic dedicato su DI e sul forum ufficiale, il discorso è lungo e faccio prima a dirottarti là Razz ), attualmente non lo sfruttano appieno e anzi, purtroppo con AC al momento non si può usare se non per pochi giri prima che ti si bruci il cervello... asd c'è da vedere però come reagisce il tuo cervello e il tuo corpo a un affare così... Smile


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Post by Mauro Delegà on Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:18 pm

grazie Gianluca


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Post by Gianluca Bonifacio on Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:26 am

figurati.. se vuoi qualche info particolare chiedi pure.. ieri ero di corsa e sono stato un po' "riassuntivo"... Razz


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Post by Max Caputi on Thu Jan 09, 2014 2:43 am

Gianluca Bonifacio wrote: al momento non si può usare se non per pochi giri prima che ti si bruci il cervello... asd c'è da vedere però come reagisce il tuo cervello e il tuo corpo a un affare così... Smile
Lo strumento ideale per chi soffre di vertigine e labirintite come il sottoscritto.  asd

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Post by giorgio minga on Mon Jan 13, 2014 4:25 am

gplay - BMW M3 E30 GRA @Mugello | Assetto Corsa from gplay on Vimeo.

2 laps at the great mugello international circuit


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Post by M Waechter on Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:58 pm

If you would use default track temperatures of 26°C air and 32°C track on your rank laps, instead of using higher (and here and there much lower) temps = more grip, your laps would be more compareable between others.

For sure really nice and fast driving though*. I don't really wanted to be an as**** by telling stuff about temperatures Wink.
*I guess they would be hard to beat for most people, even when going for the same track temps as you used.


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Post by Ben Cornett on Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:01 pm

If they didn't want you changing temperatures, they wouldn't put a temperature slider bar in the game.  Its just another adjustment you make to find laptime.

Next you'll be complaining that I adjusted the tyre pressures.

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Post by M Waechter on Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:06 pm

Of course everybody can do what he wants with the sim and car-setup, just complaining a bit about the (track-)conditions, which I like to be similar for at least the rank times for comparison.
No offence there.

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Post by Ben Cornett on Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:08 pm

Write a letter to kunos and ask him not to allow temperature adjustment  Laughing 

Until then, use every legal tool you can to win.

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Post by M Waechter on Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:40 pm

I'm just a bit more oldskool (and "old"/older).
The only thing that popps up into general people's eyes, when you loaded/started a session for doing hotlapping, is the car setup. 

In real world racing you can't and never ever could change the track temperature either (for qualyfying) Wink. All is and should be down to the driving and car setup (as I said I see this a bit more oldskool than probably younger & enthusiastic sim racers might do, who might have more fun trying out all the track temperatures than me Wink).
Adjusting track temperatures out of the game menue, then load always reload a session and test what temperatures might be best, is a bit silly to do for me at least.

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Post by Ben Cornett on Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:47 pm

You're welcome to do it the 'ol skool' way, just don't complain when you're not competitive Smile  I see it as just another variable to tune, no different to the setup.  I don't see the point of artificially handicapping myself. 

If enough people care about it, just change the way the ranking system works to only allow laps at default temps.  Otherwise, from what I can see at least, the vast majority if not all WR laps are completed with fuel off, tyre wear off and non standard temperatures.  Im only interested in competing on a level playing field, not one slanted against me.

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Post by M Waechter on Wed Jan 15, 2014 6:57 am

Yep, no problem at all, everyone can do as he prefers, since there's a pro rank as well.

Some historic Monza66 (fits to 'oldskool' as well Very Happy) current pb laps of me (my Lotus49 pb and a nice 1:30.8 min. in the F40 S3 on only semi-slicks both got lost or weren't saved as a replay unfortunaltely. So I had to record 2-4 tenth slower laps of those mentioned):


[cars used: 2xF40 on semi-slicks, 2xF40 S3 on semi-slicks, 2xF40 S3 on slicks90s, BMW M3 GT2, KTM X-Bow, BMW M3 E92, Lotus 49, Ferrari 599XX Evo.]

I like the track (a fluend to drive mid speed & high speed corner track), the fast right-hander corner 1 (& the fast left hander at the place of today's variante ascari) is epic. In real world back then, when you would have entered that corner beyond the grip level limit, you could have been dead. Though with today's race-cars safety and grip and so, you wouldn't lose you life in the track barrier anymore, gladly. So it's a bit sad that such corners & tracks does not exist anywhere anymore.
Also the (extremely) higher curbs of back then force you to drive like the track originally was built and meant to be driven.., such thing might be missing on many ot at least some of the modern tracks as well.

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Post by M Waechter on Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:21 pm

I don't know, why the compressed yt video has so many artefacts (looks blurry many times), because my uploaded video has no artefacts / was compressed with H.264 at high quality bittrate this time also, and runs smooth at 60fps.
Maybe longer videos like this (52 Min.) are being compressed much more by yt than shorter ~5 Min. videos.*

Only thing I know for sure is that the video format 16:9 (and an unusual size of 960x540 -half the size of the Full HD res. by using the 'half size' rec. in Fraps-) that I uploaded, is not perfect for yt, because yt wants 4:3 videos uploaded for better quality (like 640x480, 960x720,..).

*Update: No, shorter video does not really make a difference. I uploaded a single 2 min. video of the same bonnet cam hotlap recording with the F. 599XX Evo as used in the prev. video to compare it with the previous upload. It has the same overall quality (washy blurry moments at quicker video movements and since it is a quicker car the blurryness is most visible in that recording example).

Update 2: It think now I know the reason: My video size does not reach the 'HD-border' to be regarded as youtube'-'HD' (minimum 720p, 1080p).., because I
need to use 'half-size' recording option in Fraps otherwise my PC would not handle the recording performance wise. And therefore I always get a res. below 720p vertically (1080p / 2 = 540p only). Using a resolution of 1280x960 (4:3) instead + half-size recording option of Fraps = getting common a yt resolution of 640x480, gives better compression results than upload a video at 960x540, which then is still compressed with same bitrate as 640x480 yt-internally it seems..., because it is not regarded as yt HD-level yt-internally, and therfore there are more artefacts after those fix yt-compression rules at a 960x540 compared to a 640x480 yt video.

So I will use the 1280x960 (4:3) in replay + half size rec. of Fraps = 640x480 (4:3) video instead next time, though I would rather record a 16:9 picture :\.


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Post by Max Caputi on Thu Jan 16, 2014 1:02 am



Inizialmente quest'auto non mi convinceva ( solito cronico sottosterzo di AC secondo me un po' eccessivo ) poi agendo soprattutto sulle barre ed indurendo quella dietro cambia molto e si ottiene un buon risultato specie se il carico aerodinamico non è troppo basso, altrimenti bisogna ridurlae un po'  . Nel giro del video credo di aver usato 1-5 (forse 1-6).

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