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switch to 32bit mode in AC options. For some reason, freetrack won’t inject in 64bit.
Set the custom resolution from the graphics card driver setup.
I feel so proud I have all the answers 🙂
So first, head tracking:
Start Trinus with TrackIR mode (no joke). Then start Assetto Corsa, go practice. Once you’re in the session, alt-tab to Trinus server. Stop server, start with Freetrack tracking mode. Alt-tab back to the game. Voila.
It’s Steam fault. Go in Steam settings, opt-out of Steam Beta. Wait for Steam client to reinstall. It should start with Tridef now. You cand opt back in for beta, it will still work.
You’re welcome 🙂
OP, but what is the problem with using 8:9 resolution?
Loxay, before releasing the pre-release 🙂 please don’t forget checking the crash generated by disabling any axis in tracking remap.
you should disable Fake3D if you’re using 3D. On “Auto”, it does not detect 3D but the window aspect ratio.
I switched on the stock Walton Primo S2 and same problem. If the dev from the link I posted is right, it’s a low chance for a custom rom to change this….unless made intentional.
I will keep scouting.
Thanks a lot for your time loxaiand keep up the good work 🙂
Hmm…no change…I can only confirm the “Rotation 90” message at app start
wow that was fast. Downloading now. Gimme few minutes
I’m thinking about some sort of service app (like orientation lock apps) but for sensor axes…if it exists, I have no idea how to look for it. You can’t just look for “natural landscape” on Google Play :)))
I found this link. It seems to explain the issue way better than myself. It’s a dev point of view over this … apparently general issue.
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well…the Allview support answered my ticket and their answer was “Is your phone software up-to-date? The updates solve a lot of problems”. I mean… come oooon! (not to say that the updates introduced new bugs apart from not solving old bugs)
I am determined to install a new rom to (hopefully) fix this issue.
Now back to the issue:
Opentrack behaves exactly like TGS, getting the same orientation values and the drift respectively. However, it’s a phone soft issue so I won’t bother you guys anymore… unless any of you knows how this can be solved without changing the whole OS.
Thanks for the tips
I wish it’d be that simple. TGServer does its job in remapping axes and I often use position reset (even when using my FreeTrack IR hat setup).
While remapping axes works as it should, whenever I do a head rotation (the phone in VR), the movement is done flawlessly in the right direction, but as soon as I stop moving, the phone drifts back slowly towards the initial angle before that rotation. This is the problem I am facing now.
I might have a chance with FreePie by sending raw sensor data, maybe I can avoid that ‘drifting back’…aside from the damn phone manufacturer fixing their own stupid bugs at once.
I will make a short video of the problem…would be better. I am even struggling to google-search for this issue :\
Thanks…seems like a solution. Can’t wait to try it.
So practically I stream raw data instead of orientation values…?
I’ll let you know if it worked for me 🙂
Works well with USB tethering but couldn’t make it work with wi-fi.
There is also a new bug with axis remapping: ignoring any axis (disabling it) leads to an error at server startup.
great, big thanks!