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Re: Headtracking information

Post by BenganJ » March 24th, 2019, 10:00 pm

Okay Bogdac, right now I'm watching TV, so if you have more to show
link to them too here, so I can watch them when I get some free time
here. I'll report when done! Ok?
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by bogdac » March 24th, 2019, 10:06 pm

Yep That's fine, catch you later :)
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by BenganJ » March 24th, 2019, 10:24 pm

Bogdac, both video and sound was VERY good, so don't change anything there yet!
Right now I want you to describe exactly how you do when you start and stop the
recording. Step by step. We start there!
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by bogdac » March 24th, 2019, 10:42 pm

Sorry mate, might have to catch up with you tomorrow. believe it or not there is a TV programme coming on in a little while that I always watch :D Hope fully will have time to send you the second link before I go.
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by BenganJ » March 24th, 2019, 10:46 pm

No problem, whenever you feel like it! :D
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by bogdac » March 24th, 2019, 11:00 pm

Here's part 1 sorry I spoilt the ending :D
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by BenganJ » March 24th, 2019, 11:05 pm

I'll take a look at it, but as I said, the problem here is NOT the fact that you record or
are having problems with sound recording. The problem is probably how you do the
recording. Whenever you get time, describe that please!

EDIT: You are all too modest and pessimistic mate. Your videos are very good and if
you just could articulate a bit better, no cockney please, the sound is also damn good.
You're right, it has turned out as a two parts video, so why does that happen. I'll wait
for your description on how you do it, so 'til then. :D
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by bogdac » March 25th, 2019, 3:28 pm

Glad you liked the videos. i didn't really mean them to be taken seriously, I just wanted to see if it would work. I really don't think of myself as pessimistic, I was probably being over critical. Although I must admit I do sound rather downbeat. :D nice to hear that the cockney accent is still lurking around 50 years after leaving the place :D As to the recording, all I do is check the microphone settings then press record the destination for the recording is c:\users\ user name\videos. I can then review the videos in a folder called My Videos. and upload them to youtube from there. Hope I haven't missed anything out.
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by BenganJ » March 25th, 2019, 4:49 pm

@bogdac

No, I mentioned cockney just because it was a bit hard to hear what you said
when you more or less mumbled about "that will probably not work" and "this
will not be good enough". Skip that now. Let's get some work done here. Before
we proceed to adjust, NOT THE ROUTE, but the recording settings to be more
comparable to what YouTube like, we'll do this test, step by step.

1. Start ETS2, if not already running, and wait until you get to the menu screen.
2. Press the combination ALT+Z, then 'Record -> Start'.
3 Start driving around a bit. Then hit ESC to get back to menu screen.
4. Now press ALT+Z again, then 'Record -> Stop and save'.
5. Quit ETS2, go to where the videos are saved and check by the date which video(s) is from today.
6. Upload today's production to YT as 'Unlisted' and give me the link(s).

Please, do this exactly as written here. See ya later bro! :D Or, "Cheer up!", as you english put it! :lol:
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Re: Headtracking information

Post by bogdac » March 25th, 2019, 6:18 pm

OK uploading at the moment should be done in about 15 minutes :D
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