Changing the viewpoint in RSRBR - VR

Discussion in 'RBR Setups' started by DCSThor, Jun 14, 2018.

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  1. DCSThor

    DCSThor

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    Hello everyone.
    I recently purchased Richard Burns Rally and managed to get everything working in VR. Needless to say the game is a blast even without the mods.
    Then I tried to get RSRBR to run in VR and it does flawlessly! But everytime i try to drive a mod-car the camera gets place in strange places. Sometimes i sit inside the roof sometimes my head is place directly at the exhaust (maybe RBR is trying to tell me something ;-P)

    My question is: Is there any way to move the viewpoint inside the car, like there is in e.g assetto corsa.

    Thanks for your help,
    Have a nice day!

    Edit: Sorry I`m new in the forum - this is the wrong subsection! How can I move the thread?
     
  2. porridge

    porridge

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    Sorry for this late reply. Your report seems very strange but maybe VR affects the cameras in a way I'll never know. Anyway, the best way to edit cameras is Pacenote Plugin by The Bee: https://www.racedepartment.com/threads/pacenote-plugin-support-download.62725/

    RSRBR has a version of the plugin integrated but I doubt it's the latest one, so better reinstalling the whole thing. The current version has a VR-related feature to make something easier so check out the readme file too.

    In case you have further questions, I recommend asking them in https://old.reddit.com/r/simrally/ or in RBR Zone Discord channel or anywhere else but here. This forum is dead, I'm the only one reading these posts, so if I have no clue or can't be arsed to spend 5 mins to reply, you're in trouble, my friend.
     
  3. WorkerBee

    WorkerBee

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    Yes my friend, dead and buried.

    Anyway, The Beast, a.k.a. Pacenote plugin should do the trick.
    I suppose the standard cameras of these cars are just crap. Don't think that VR actually changes anything related to the camera position and target vectors.
     
  4. DCSThor

    DCSThor

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    Thanks for the reply.
    I solved my problem with camhack - which is integrated in rsrbr! I also tried Pacenote, but that seemed to conflict with rbr-vr. So camhack is the solution for vr users in my opinion.
    Anyway thanks for the tip with the reddit group i will look over there for sure.
     
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