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AC RC issue - Steering & screen vibration

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Rikksy, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. Rikksy

    Rikksy

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    Hi, sorry if this is already discussed in some other post but i didn't find any. I have an issue regarding to my G25 wheel. It seems to happend only on some tracks like Trento-Bondone and Nordschleife (Nurburg the long one). The screen is "vibrating" all the time and you can slightly feel it od the wheel via ffb.

    Thank you
     
  2. Bokonon

    Bokonon

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    Sounds like a flat spot to me, flat spots cause wheel vibration. I haven't had the screen vibration, in my view settings 'lock camera to horizon' is unticked, is yours ticked?
     
  3. Rikksy

    Rikksy

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    Unticked also
     
  4. Dave Robinson

    Dave Robinson

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    View option, Camera shake at high speed. Trying turning that down to 0.
    Might help, might not.
     
  5. Skazz

    Skazz

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    I had that on Trento with v1.0RC, exactly as you say: Screen vibrating like mad, even with the car at rest not started driving yet.

    I've not tried since the recent v1.0x patches, maybe it's gone away.... Hope so.
     
  6. Rob Sharp

    Rob Sharp

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    You could try turning the gforce effects on camera movement down. As for the force feedback I use a g27 and do not have this issue. Are all your drivers installed and the values are at default (force feedback, damping, return to cenre spring etc)? If all that is fine then try lowering the force feedback in game but do not lower the damping. Finally check your car is not scraping the ground out by raising the ride height but this is probably not the case.