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ACC Blog MoTeC telemetry and dedicated ACC workspace

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by Aristotelis, Mar 4, 2019.

  1. There isn't any channel for gearbox (just gears) but what I can suggest is learn how to read the scatter plot graph. What you want or clean up-shift lines and clean down shift lines. Personally I don't overboost but that's just me. Just try to match your shifting the best and as close on every lap. I'll see if I can post a pic to show you a bit later. :)
     
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    Horrible lololol! :)
     
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  3. MathMilitary

    MathMilitary Gamer

    I want to know what is the best time to spend each speed. is it important to go to the breaker for example?
     
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  5. zalmoxis91

    zalmoxis91 Rookie

    Hey guys,

    I have tried following the first steps as written in the original post, but right after I open the data I cannot see any results of graphics. Moreover, I see no comparison tab.
    As you can see, I am a complete noob at this. Can't find any youtube tutorial either that can help. Please let me know if I am doing something wrong or what should I do to actually see or compare laps/results?

    Thank you kindly!
     

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  6. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    I'm not sure where you went wrong with setting up the MoTeC program, but to compare you simply add a 2nd log file by clicking on the "File" dropdown menu - "Open Log File" and selecting another one (you can also compare laps from the same log file in case that's what you want).
    On the far upper left side of the program (a little bit beneath the "File" dropdown menu), there's a tab for "Data". Click on it, which will show you this:
    upload_2019-4-29_15-38-34.png
    To compare laps, select the laps you want to compare with the red, white and green squares/circle.

    How did you get the input telemetry btw? When I add those channels, it just turns them into a diagram instead of showing a steering wheel, for example.
     
  7. zalmoxis91

    zalmoxis91 Rookie

    Honestly I have no idea. I wish I could help.

    But, I still don't know how to actually show any values in Motec. All I get is the gear selection, I can't seem to show anything else (as you can see in my previous post screenshot)
     
  8. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    Try this one to rule out something wrong with your file.
     

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  9. zalmoxis91

    zalmoxis91 Rookie

    It's the same. I didn't configure anything in motec. I literally just did as the first post said.
     
  10. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    I think something might've gone wrong when setting up the program.

    Left top of this printscreen: I see you have selected "2: Driver" there, I don't even have this option. See if it also shows "1: Base" for you. If this isn't in your program, I'm pretty sure something went wrong with this part of the instructions:
    "Now into your “documents/Assetto Corsa Competizione/MoTeC/Workspaces” you’ll find a folder named “base_ACC”. Copy this folder inside “documents/MoTeC/i2/Workspaces” folder and it will appear through the available workspaces inside the MoTeC i2 software.
    Alternatively you could double click on the file ”base_ACC.i2wsp-archive” and the workspace will auto-install, but on some configurations windows might not recognize how to run this file."
    [​IMG]
     
  11. zalmoxis91

    zalmoxis91 Rookie

    I actually did the auto-install part. It did detect it, said it ran successfully. I had no errors there.

    And no, I do not have a Base option where the Driver is.

    Should I uninstall and do everything manual?
     
  12. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    Just check if the base_ACC folder is here: documents/MoTeC/i2/Workspaces
    If it's not, copy base_ACC from this folder: documents/Assetto Corsa Competizione/MoTeC/Workspaces to the folder above.
     
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  13. zalmoxis91

    zalmoxis91 Rookie

    It is there. Didn't have to copy it.
     
  14. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    Try this: in the program, go to File - Workspace - Open Workspace and open base_ACC
     
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  15. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    For anyone interested, I figured out how to get the telemetry into the program:
    upload_2019-4-29_21-18-59.png

    Just drag the bottom line a bit up (right below "Meter"). Then, from the "Add" dropdown menu, Gauge. Here you can select if you want a Dial, or Bar and steering wheel.
     
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  16. zalmoxis91

    zalmoxis91 Rookie

    This did the trick! Thank you!

    Btw, is there a way to find other log files from faster users/laptimes on tracks?
     
  17. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    They're stored locally, just hope they will upload them to the forums :p
     
  18. trasgu

    trasgu Gamer

    It's completely unrelated to Your post, but I would want to show to the devs that the graphs don't overlap correctly, and it is a bug that I hope they fix. It can be vastly improved with a workaround: adding an offset to one of the laps compared. But it is a pain in the *** because once one of the selected laps selection box change or is unselected then the offset is lost and You have to redone this offset over and over and over again wasting your patience and time. In AC1 with acti, rfactor, gtr1/2 or even in grand prix legends 2 telemetry laps allways had been able to overlap correctly, so it must be a bug in the way ACC exports the telemetry data. I know that 2 laps can't match perfectly, we aren't robots so brake points change few meters between laps and driving lines differ, but when all the braking points, turning points and throttle inputs in a lap are 40 meters later than in other lap telemetry with the same car, setup and track conditions then it has to be a bug.
     
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  19. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    What do you mean, they do overlap perfectly for me?

    upload_2019-5-1_9-25-53.png
     
  20. trasgu

    trasgu Gamer

    But not in the image of the post
    In the image of the post I meant they have an offset. Look one example with my telemetry data:

    [​IMG]

    Take a look the cursors: those braking points in the second chicane are 107 meters distant of each other (If I really had applied brakes there I would had landed in the moon :) ). Normally my braking points in other sims can have a difference of 10 or even 20 meters, but about 100 meters in all the braking points has to be an offset in the distance axis. If laps of the same session are selected then the data overlaps correctly, but if 2 laps of different sessions are selected then it happens what I showed in the picture. Also the distance of the offset varies, wich is even more weird.

    The first time it happened to me I thought at first that maybe I had unselected the corrected distance lock button or the gps time lock, but even with them selected the data don't overlap at all. With data from the same session the data always overlap fine.
     
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