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- May 3, 2017
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yes thank youAll the info you should need is here: https://www.assettocorsa.net/forum/index.php?threads/motec-telemetry-and-dedicated-acc-workspace.55103/
yes i know, tried 1-2-3 lapsMake sure you have some telemetry laps to be saved in your setup.
i tried the motec i2 and the same text what was linked here.. does the same... app works, but the data log file doesnt appearHmm I had it running in AC but not in ACC so far. Will have a look into it but I will miss tomorrows race so maybe for the next race we get it running if it's possible. For AC there was a mod to collect the data description was a bit complicated but worked well, if ACC doesn't have such a mod or the mod doesn't work, can't do anything about it.
as the article i found and other reffers all says the ACC should export the telemetry data into an *.LD or *.LDX file.. so i don't think it should be issue with the firewall.... game exports the data into a log file... motec is just a enviroment app to read the data and give the graphs
In general, use the whole track more. The track limits at Misano are rather loose in ACC.Can't get below 37 , what i'm doing wrong apart from small oversteer at turn 2 and going a bit wide at turn 8?
Misanos track limits may be quite disturbing if explored to the limits, but ACC's penalty system is still more strict than what they do in real life there... Have you seen David Perel's onboards there? Everyone absolutely destroys the white lines@Havocc Just to tag onto Exited's reply, for this season we're allowing whatever the game allows regarding track limits. The game's cut track penalty system seems pretty good so we're rolling with it. So you can explore the limits a bit more than with our usual 2 wheels in white lines rule.
Acc is more harsh on exit curbs than inside ones, i wasted a lot of laps at T6 and T15 trying to go flat out thereMisanos track limits may be quite disturbing if explored to the limits, but ACC's penalty system is still more strict than what they do in real life there... Have you seen David Perel's onboards there? Everyone absolutely destroys the white lines