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DiRTy Pacenotes 2.0.1

Create your own custom pacenotes for DiRT Rally stages.

  1. Palo Samo
    NOTICE: Due to ongoing development certain features can be changed, replaced or removed and new added.
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    DiRTy Pacenotes is a tool for creating your own customized pacenotes for DiRT Rally. There are two co-drivers to choose at the moment (Maciek Handwerker(PL) and Nicky Grist(GB)) but more can easily be added (if someone has sound files ready then it only takes a couple of minutes to implement into the app). Unfortunately your custom co-driver will not inform you of any damage to the car.
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    UPDATE v.2.0.1:

    DiRTy Pacenotes.exe is now the only executable needed to create, edit and read your custom pacenotes. Upon first launch you need to check if your 'UDP_Server' settings match those from 'Documents\My Games\DiRT Rally\hardwaresettings\hardware_settings_config.xml'
    (change extradata to 3 and udp_enabled to True / Port can be changed to something different if you are using other UDP-enabled software/hardware). Then choose your co-driver, click 'Save' and you're good to go (you can enter the Settings window later from File menu).

    Open pacenote file from File menu and start creating your pacenotes, putting down the distance and choosing pacenote commands from the list.
    Or fire up DiRT Rally stage and make the app open the file and fill the distance for you! You only need to choose appropriate pacenote commands and click ADD. The only drawback is that the game will pause itself when doing so, but at least you don't have to think about stopping your car to create pacenotes (after all, your co-driver is only virtual ;) ). And don't forget to silence Paul Coleman inside game's options...
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    Features:
    • Two modes of operation: NOTES = no UDP (good for editing pacenotes without the game) and RECCE/STAGE = with UDP (and your co-driver's voice).
    • Pacenote calls timing adjustment: RECCE means that pacenotes will be read at exactly the same distance they were created (which is usually just after a corner, etc.) and in STAGE mode the co-driver will read pacenotes according to timing setting.
    • Automatic stage detection (RECCE/STAGE)
    • Automatic distance input.
    • Autosave.
    • Movable pacenote commands tabs (you can change their order but their state will not be saved #todo)
    • Co-driver volume adjustment.
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    Video tutorial is due to be released soon (I promise).

    The tool can be safely used online (it is a separate app, just like Telemetry Tool).

    Big thanks to versedi!

    Have fun!

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Recent Reviews

  1. heresy666
    heresy666
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Excellent. I love it. Just a question, would it be possible for me to record my own voice and use it for my own pacenotes ?
    1. Palo Samo
      Author's Response
      Of course you can! Record your own sound samples in .wav format and follow instructions for creating new co-driver. Good luck!
  2. Glx-WRT
    Glx-WRT
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Well done!
    1. Palo Samo
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  3. Santeri37
    Santeri37
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Hi! I got finnish sounds, so if i send them to you, can you make finnish pacenotes? I can name them on english if its needed
    1. Palo Samo
      Author's Response
      You can send them. Language is up to you and matters only when using Pacenotes Editor (you need to know to which sound the name belongs to). Or you can try and do it yourself (it's very easy - instructions are in the 'co-drivers' folder). Good luck!
  4. pedro272
    pedro272
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you for the post, will you make one in french?
    1. Palo Samo
      Author's Response
      If someone can provide sound files and put them in categories, then yes :)