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Rfactor 2 NOOB...

Discussion in 'rFactor 2' started by Angeltheartist, May 20, 2015.

  1. Angeltheartist


    Just purchased RF2 , Cant figure for the life of me how to setup triple screen setup not so much graphic settings . I'm having issues with FOV . Testing with the Corvette that comes with game and the rear view mirror always looks like its angled up and the side mirrors look huge , I'm using 3x47"HDTV resolution 5872x1076.
    Please help.
  2. William Wester

    William Wester

    Did you activate Multiview?
  3. Angeltheartist


    at first yes than no. Im all over the place , In cockpit view car looks inclosed the rear view mirror looks cockeyed ( croocked) If I try to pull back I can see where the window mesh cuts off. Side mirror on the passenger sides looks oblong . F1 cars both side mirrors look huge.
  4. I recommend to assign FOV + and FOV - key's and seat adjustments key's. I've got those key's assign on my wheel. So i can quickly adjust my FOV, seat position and mirrors while driving.

    Mirror quality and angles depends on the car and what the modder did with it. All ISI cars uses the same angles. So if you have found a good setting with the ISI vette, all ISI cars are OK. With 3rd party content, you need to adjust you mirrors sometimes.

    But to be honest: Mirror quality in rF2 isn't the best. But i can guaranty you: You'll see more in the ingame mirrors then in a real life race car while you are shaken around. :D

    With the seat adjustment key's you can adjust your mirror's too.
    Full mirror tutorial: click here

    - Bezel correction:
    • You need to do that while setting up your Nvidia surround or ATI eyefinity.
    • Only AC and Iracing have ingame triple screen adjustments.

    - Screen angle:
    • if you have your screens in line: multiview off.
    • If you have your side monitors angled and perfectly facing at you: turn multiview on.
  5. 3x47" ?!? That's crazy! Where do you find the space?

    I have 3x27" and that requires nearly 6' of space with the monitors angled.
    • Haha Haha x 1
  6. Angeltheartist


    Its in the corner of my manroom which is 14'x12'
  7. Triples working perfect here, and always have on triple 23" Samsung, triple 24" ASUS, and triple 27" BenQ.

    Set your in-game FOV according to this http://www.projectimmersion.com/fov/ for a 1:1 real-life FOV and object-size representation.