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Kunos Simulazioni - Assetto Corsa
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Oh come on, it's Nordschleife... Everyone knows that weeks in advance.
I don't know what else could deserve this hype other then Nordschleife..
Quote from Boris Lozac :Please do, i still suffer with it even though i've thought i got the controls perfect. Catching slides is still pretty much impossible.

It's basically what sinbad said. Even though I limit my frames to 57, as 60 creates much more tearing. But I'll try 91 fps and see if it makes any difference.

I'll try forced V-Sync in the drivers later on, to see if that creates a similar lag to the V-Sync in game. I guess it will, but it's worth a shot anyway.

On the other side, does anyone here want my BMW E30 M3 Gr.A. Jägermeister Skin, which is (more or less) a replica of Armin Hahnes ca from 1992?

I think it's definitely Daytona oval.
ATHome, please share the skin.

Hopefully there will be a full set of the DTM skins soon ^_^
So I finally got the money to buy this Just wanted to leave my first impressions here.
After messing with the wheel settings around I got the KTM to feel like what I wanted (LFS-esque). The car feels great and the I felt no steering input like I experienced in other games. A little like LFS which made me very happy. Laptime wise, I'm rusty, only 1:59.0 in Imola
Then I tried other cars lol F40, 458 and M3 GT2 are completely undrivable for me at the moment (maybe I should add traction control?). The 49T at Monza 66 is just an incredible sensation, graphical and physics wise :o
Bound to be something to do with Ferrari F1, or Nords. Didn't someone have a leaked screen ages ago with the nordy on the interface already?
Porsche, weather effects.









Or

Toyota, more special events.
Supposedly the announcement isn't AI or multi related... nurb or lambo?
Since it's an announcement, I'm sure it's some big licensing deal and not some AI or MP update. We'll see tomorrow.
Quote from DeadWolfBones :F40 feels great IMO.

Definitely ain't catching any slides, though.

Everyone having trouble catching slides needs to read all of this and then start doing some testing

http://www.assettocorsa.net/fo ... s-and-perceived-lag.1481/

There is a known issue that creates a delay between what you see on the screen and the actual physics. There is no universal "fix". You just gotta find out in this thread what works for your machine.

Once you figure this out you'll have a new game...For real.
Quote from R3DMAN :You need a certain codec, ill get you itwhen i get home.

Raw recording is about 1gb per min at 100% but once compressed down to 720p (my youtube vids) its about 140mb. Which is great if you have got the space.

yeah mate,lots of space available. /me waits
Recording at half-speed with Fraps and then encoding with FFmpeg works decently for me.
just use obs qith quicksync if your cpu supports it or shadowplay if your gpu supports it
recodring with no reencoding neccessary and (pretty much) 0 fps drop from it
didnt know flight simulator did the underworld now, thought it only did low earth orbit
That first braking zone, one of the most brutal sim experiences i've ever felt, the tires and brakes struggling, ahh.. fcking love it.

Managed 2:01.628 with Street 90's tires.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-OyQKTQRzs
Quote from Rocabiliz :So I finally got the money to buy this Just wanted to leave my first impressions here.
After messing with the wheel settings around I got the KTM to feel like what I wanted (LFS-esque). The car feels great and the I felt no steering input like I experienced in other games. A little like LFS which made me very happy. Laptime wise, I'm rusty, only 1:59.0 in Imola
Then I tried other cars lol F40, 458 and M3 GT2 are completely undrivable for me at the moment (maybe I should add traction control?). The 49T at Monza 66 is just an incredible sensation, graphical and physics wise :o

Nice to see you back around, Andre!
Thanks, it's a blast Make sure you leave those default tires.


Nordschleife

Kunos Simulazioni - Assetto Corsa
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