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It's Sol 1.1 beta 5 again but this time with moving clouds - Assetto Corsa

Alistair McKinley
This is what you can do with Content Manager, Shaders Lights Patch and Sol in Assetto Corsa. Thanks to melanieuk who pointed out that the clouds weren't moving fast enough.

Please note: This video shows the "real time" recording. It's not edited (i.e. sped up) afterwards.

No worries: It will look a thousand times better at your end than in this video (due to YouTube compression).

Keep in mind though: The acceleration doesn't work in replay mode yet.

I will upload another video where you can see me driving whilst all these changes are taking place (unfortunately without the wind speed set at 2200 km/h).

You need to activate "Use seasonal adjustments" in Content Manager/Settings/Custom Shaders Patch/Weather FX and to use the default skin of the track. Otherwise you won't get the changing colours of the trees and the grass.

To make changing seasons and 24h cycle happen in Assetto Corsa on your PC you need the following programmes/apps/mods:

1. Content Manager (0.8.1927.35356 (x86)) by Ilja Jusupov:
https://acstuff.ru/app/

2. Shaders Lights Patch (v0.1.25-preview44) by Ilja Jusupov and others:
https://mega.nz/#!z5BzCK6Z!pLJSu3vybkS2H6fdoT2tfTPlDHzHqg7mEz8k3JQq3U4

3. Sol (1.1. beta 5) by Peter Boese:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/o9cx9c9p52dio8m/Sol__1_1+beta+5.zip

Please make sure to read Peter's manual very carefully. It took me a couple of minutes to install and set up Sol

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