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Rear view camera height

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Rob Fitness, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. Rob Fitness

    Rob Fitness

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    is it possible to adjust the rear view camera height for when I press button to look back? IMO it's to high I'd like to lower it to about 500mm of ground. Thanks
     
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  2. RasmusP

    RasmusP
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    Hey man,
    I needed a bit of time to find a solution. Here it is:
    - Video: LINK (really exaggerated!)
    What you need:
    - Real Head Motion: LINK
    - bind look back button in "look options", this uses the F6-6 cam!
    - enable Dev apps
    - go on track, open the camera editor (seen in video) and modify the F6-6 cam to your liking and save
    - have fun! :)

    Only downside is that the RHM button only opens the current "F6 - cam" and you need to press F6 a few times everytime you go on track until you get the rear view.

    It's a really short explanation, if you need further help just ask. :)
     
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  3. JoelGL

    JoelGL

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    To add to this.... I believe you'd have to do this every time you enter a track. It used to be like this, ever since the time the solution was introduced, unless it's been fixed already.
     
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  4. Rob Fitness

    Rob Fitness

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    sounds intense lol, thanks for the solution. i will have a look into in the upcoming days
     
  5. RasmusP

    RasmusP
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    I have to admit I didn't test it... Now I did and yes, the camera settings won't save :( That's a shame...