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Adjust braking points of AI?

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by stash, Nov 30, 2013.

  1. Hi,
    is there a possibility to adjust the braking points of AI. I think the AI behaviour is really great in gsc 2013, but on some tracks, the braking points infront of corners of AI are a bit early. i don't know if it's depending on the ai level or only on certain tracks, but it would be great if there is a value somewhere in the config of the tracks which allow to customize the braking point.

    i found a value "AIBrakingStiffness=(1.0000,1.0000,0.9000)" in the .aiw file of every track. could this be an indicator for the general braking points of the track?

    or is there another possiblity to adjust the general braking points of AI for every track?
     
  2. I guess that value is probably brake pressure. I fear the only way to affect braking points, is with a track editor.
     
  3. There are some settings in the plr files as well which might be more successful.
    They alter the brake and cornering grip, but I am not sure if they work as they may be over-ridden by hdv values, which we cannot see. But it is worth trying them, they are more likely to work than brake stiffness I think.
     
    Last edited: Nov 30, 2013
  4. Indeed, you might be correct. Found this post on another site:

    So set all 3 values to 1.0000 perhaps, if you want, and test, and post the results :)
     
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  5. thanks for your answers. i just played a bit with the "AIBrakingStiffness" values and put every value to 1.0. unfortunately i didn't recognize any change in braking behaviour of ai. for testing i changed every value to 2.0 and 4.0 but with the same result, no change. maybe the highest value is 1.0 for these 3 parameters. if yes, the maximum is nearly reached with 1.0,1.0,0.9. so there could be a small difference by increasing every value to 1.0, but i didn't recognize it.

    i just tested it on one track and only 3 laps each time.
     
  6. Yes stash, most of these settings range from 0.0 to 1.0