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Is there a way to reduce vertical shaking?

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by St3fan, Apr 12, 2015.

  1. St3fan

    St3fan

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    Hi guys I'm new to GSC and this forum. Got the game some weeks ago and I felt really dizzy because the cockpit camera shakes vertically too much for me when I brake or accelerate. I wonder if there is a way to reduce that shaking. Thanks.
     
  2. JeffL

    JeffL
    Right on Brother, I hear ya, it's all good.

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    play with cockpit vibration settings in player file.
     
  3. Paul Bennett

    Paul Bennett
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    Head movement in controls settings
     
  4. JeffL

    JeffL
    Right on Brother, I hear ya, it's all good.

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    edit double
     
  5. JeffL

    JeffL
    Right on Brother, I hear ya, it's all good.

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    Didn't think of the obvious:D
     
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  6. Kurupt CDN

    Kurupt CDN
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    find these lines in your plr. file and adjust them to your liking....mine are adjusted
    Cockpit Vibration Mult1="0.20000" // Primary vibration multiplier affects eyepoint position (base magnitude is in VEH or cockpit file)
    Cockpit Vibration Freq1="1.00000" // Primary rate of vibration affects eyepoint position (higher framerates allow higher rates)
    Cockpit Vibration Mult2="0.28000" // Secondary vibration multiplier affects eyepoint orientation (base magnitude is in VEH or cockpit file)
    Cockpit Vibration Freq2="2.00000" // Secondary rate of vibration affects eyepoint orientation
    Moving Rearview="1" // Whether mirrors respond to head movement in cockpit (0=none, 1=position-only, 2=FOV-only, 3=both) - add 4 if you want to IGNORE head-tracking movement
     
  7. Andy Jackson

    Andy Jackson
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    Also is it me or are the standard settings for cockpit a bit weird? I mean when I accelerate the view goes down and when I brake it goes up slightly. Shouldn't it be the other way around?