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The Best Cockpit View - Single Screen

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by R3jn, Oct 31, 2019.

  1. viffviff99

    viffviff99 Rookie

    Hi, I'm not good at cutting and pasting images, so I will try and give you a feel.
    Opentrack set to many default values. On first screen, Input = PointTracker 1.1, Output=Freetrack2 enhanced, Filter = Accela.
    In Options > Output. All are set to default (no inverts)
    Options > Relative Translation = Disabled
    Yaw mapping most important (defaults for others will do as a starter). I set about 5 deg = 30 deg initial curve, then 15 deg = 45 and curve pretty straight from there. Some asymmetric tweaking but that depends on your seating arrangement and camera.

    In the game itself, very important to set Lock with Wheel to 0% (ie disabled) (or the Opentrack doesn't work properly). To do this, run a simulation, press Esc to pause it and select the View options tab. I also set lock to horizon to 0% also.

    It is also important to start Opentrack before you start ACC. Also, in ACC, cycle the views with F1 to make sure you are in cockpit or another view that responds to Opentrack. There a few views that do.

    Hope this helps. Get back to me if still stuck!
  2. Magilla67

    Magilla67 Rookie

    Thanks a lot, it helps! Yesterday I actually positioned the camera a bit closer and it works better now, but I don't still feel it natural. This evening I will play a bit with the setup following your advice to see if I can find the sweet spot.
    The main reason I wanted to try a head tracking set (I have DelanClip) is to be able to see better the turn apex and other cars surrounding me when I race. I have a large TV (65") hanged on a wall which I use as display, and this forces me to have a relatively low FOV (28 to 30) to have proper distances. However with this low FOV my view is pretty narrow, and when you have tight bends is very difficult (at least for me) to get to the apex because I will not be able to see it while entering the turn.

    Thanks again
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