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Re: video of how to start making motion profiles

PostPosted: Fri 14. Dec 2012, 14:17
by motiondave
The auto adjust is to give a range of effects yes.
What I do , and this is me, I set auto adjust and go for a run around 2 or 3 corners, hit the brakes hard and accell hard a few times. And thats without hitting any walls and carefully going over curbs. Then I untick, test and change numbers
Thats what I do for longitudinal and lateral. Yes it gives me some harsh effects, but then I increase numbers till i find a motion I like.
With vertical bumps, I set auto adjust and carefully take of and drive maybe 500m, then I untick and fiddle with the number and percentage till I find something I like.
Then I toss in collision effects and change numbers there as I change the force numbers. Its a matter of test and re-test.
Its a personal preference thing, but I always use auto max adjust to start me.
Dirt 2 and 3 has harsh motion for obvious reasons, you are going over rough ground and really throwing the car around.
Race 07 is softer by far, with a good general road vibration in vertical.

Re: video of how to start making motion profiles

PostPosted: Fri 14. Dec 2012, 15:10
by Riton
ok, thank you very much, so I think I do my profiles correctly.
it is not always easy to understand, translations between google and news and many tests it is sometimes difficult to navigate.


make several laps without accident, of course, but pushing the car maximun is not it better?
I think the range of motion should be greater if the test car maximum possibilities.

thank you

Re: video of how to start making motion profiles

PostPosted: Fri 14. Dec 2012, 23:39
by motiondave
Riton wrote:ok, thank you very much, so I think I do my profiles correctly.
it is not always easy to understand, translations between google and news and many tests it is sometimes difficult to navigate.


make several laps without accident, of course, but pushing the car maximun is not it better?
I think the range of motion should be greater if the test car maximum possibilities.

thank you

You can make several laps, and test how the motion feels to YOU.
If you dont like it, re-start and go again on a shorter run.
Motion is individual and does take time to set.

Re: video of how to start making motion profiles

PostPosted: Wed 6. Feb 2013, 23:26
by arsal1233
motiondave wrote:here is a video of starting to make motion profiles.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQaKTaKEvCo

I use the example of rfactor, but you do the same out of any game. If the games does not have AI, just drive it your self.

If you find the number too high and the motion too soft, reduce the number .


Sir i have installed the x-sim software but its not giving me full access to its features. Can you tell me how can i buy the full version.
When i open x-sim extractor it give me the message:
""X-sim server not reachable, the free version of X-sim need community profile database..........""
what to do??

Re: video of how to start making motion profiles

PostPosted: Sun 21. Jul 2013, 22:57
by mreiner
Can anybody please tell me where I can watch this Video, cause youtube tells me it's unavailable.

Thanks.

Re: video of how to start making motion profiles

PostPosted: Sun 21. Jul 2013, 23:07
by crs2012
mreiner wrote:Can anybody please tell me where I can watch this Video, cause youtube tells me it's unavailable.

Thanks.


http://www.x-sim.de/software.php?lang=eng&page=documentation