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26 minutes ago, RobJC said:

You can pause head tracking in trackir. Just map that function to a button on your mouse. I have a small side button on my mouse, and i map it to that. It is a toggle. 

I do the exact same. Very handy compared to say a keyboard assignment


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48 minutes ago, RobJC said:

You can pause head tracking in trackir. Just map that function to a button on your mouse. I have a small side button on my mouse, and i map it to that. It is a toggle. 

Thanks RobJC.  I have been doing that and it works.  Just trying to avoid that extra motion but I will gladly accept that along with all the good stuff.

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3 hours ago, RobJC said:

You can pause head tracking in trackir. Just map that function to a button on your mouse. I have a small side button on my mouse, and i map it to that. It is a toggle. 

It's F9 by default, so I have found no reason to change that personally.  If you find a mouse button easier it's quite simple to change.


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Also I found that GSX is really stuttery while AI planes and push back trucks don't have this, becauseof frame gen?

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17 hours ago, cianpars said:

It's F9 by default, so I have found no reason to change that personally.  If you find a mouse button easier it's quite simple to change.

I can press the wheel on my mouse down for a click and that's what I use.


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23 hours ago, pilotter said:

you have to enlighten me with "VRR holy grail". you mean the setting in windows graphics?

 

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1 hour ago, Old_As_Dirt said:

I can press the wheel on my mouse down for a click and that's what I use.

I have it set to the front left button on my Honeycomb Alpha, super convenient if you have one. 

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24 minutes ago, mryan75 said:

 

yes I was expecting that one, however I am on AMD.


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6 minutes ago, pilotter said:

yes I was expecting that one, however I am on AMD.

Ah I see. This is what he’s referring to I’m guessing. 

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I tried it and I hate it. The screen judder is CRAZY and performance at iniBuilds airports still sucks. Am I doing something wrong?


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went back to my favorite setting, everything on ultra, AI and Fenix. Then make sure that GPU is the limiting factor in game. My render scale is now on 165 and this gives me 34 to 58 fps without stutters from the Cpu. Vsync in game is on. no tearing just razor sharp detail. Will come back when it is properly implemented.

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1 hour ago, Krakin said:

I tried it and I hate it. The screen judder is CRAZY and performance at iniBuilds airports still sucks. Am I doing something wrong?

Have you tried different refresh rates in windows settings? My monitor runs at 144Mhz by default, and it doesn't look as smooth at 144 as it does at 120. Going lower gave me a lot of stutters.

I've also got my "adaptive sync" monitor configured as G-Sync compatible in NCP and I have Monitor technology set to G-Sync compatible in the NCP MSFS profile as well. I'm sorta shocked that it works as this really isn't a great monitor for games. I bought it simply for the screen area for work.

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I was just about to do a KMSP-KDEN flight in the Fenix, and the stuttering or jittering issue was happening much more frequently than it had been. Previously, it happened two, maybe 3 times during a flight, and usually on the ground. During the first 25 minutes of this flight, it was happening every 4-5 minutes and I had to alt-enter to reset it back to normal.   

It dawned on me that this was an early morning flight with patchy fog and areas of sunlight coming through. It was then that I noticed what was different than my previous flights. There was lots of light bloom. I went into settings and disabled bloom. The problem was gone. I sat there and fooled around switching views, looking around in the cockpit, hitting drone and spinning, etc.. The problem did not reappear. Before turning bloom off, it happened 4 or five times in the span of 25 minutes. Either something else had changed in the scenario in that 25 minutes to make the problem go away, or the bloom setting did it.

Would someone else seeing this issue mind trying turning off bloom and letting me know if it makes a difference for you?

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14 hours ago, MDFlier said:

Would someone else seeing this issue mind trying turning off bloom and letting me know if it makes a difference for you?

Yes, as I wrote in another post a few days ago, bloom causes stuttering when its effect enters the field of view - during the transition (typically panning the view horizontally).

I am not sure if this is another "gift" from SU14 but I never noticed it before.

However without bloom the sun looks bad...

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