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  1. Dopo il successo del già noto ed apprezzato Setup Developer Tool, Tim McArthur ritorna con il suo ingegnere di pista virtuale, questa volta con un programma molto più completo e professionale: Virtual Race Car Engineer 2018. Si tratta di un vero e proprio ingegnere di pista digitale che, in base alle risposte che noi daremo alle sue domande, tramite il software provvederà a modificare l'assetto in maniera consona alle nostre indicazioni, così da farci sentire a nostro agio con qualsiasi vettura e, naturalmente, migliorare le nostre performance. Virtual Race Car Engineer 2018 è disponibile da oggi tramite il sito ufficiale, mentre tramite Steam il 24 ottobre. Il prezzo è di $14.99. Lo stiamo provando da un paio di giorni, a breve troverete una completa recensione su DrivingItalia. Per tutti i dettagli, immagini e commenti, fate riferimento a questo topic del forum. Virtual Race Car Engineer 2018 is released - https://www.virtualracecarengineer.com/shop/ What’s new in VRCE2018? + All new program, written from scratch in an all new language (Unity and C#) effectively eliminating the problems with Antivirus software and Windows security settings from previous versions. + Code is much more refined, to the point of a 90% less CPU draw. You will no longer lose FPS while driving with VRCE running in the background. + More driver feedback options to choose from, which means more advice provided + Added advice for trackbar*, wedge*, differential, and third spring (* Oval only) + All new user interface for easy use with a Windows tablet + Touch screen capable + Removed the car, track, and setup saving to streamline the program so users can get straight to the on-track testing and going faster
  2. Dopo il successo del già noto ed apprezzato Setup Developer Tool, Tim McArthur ritorna con il suo ingegnere di pista virtuale, questa volta con un programma molto più completo e professionale: Virtual Race Car Engineer 2018. Si tratta di un vero e proprio ingegnere di pista digitale che, in base alle risposte che noi daremo alle sue domande, tramite il software provvederà a modificare l'assetto in maniera consona alle nostre indicazioni, così da farci sentire a nostro agio con qualsiasi vettura e, naturalmente, migliorare le nostre performance. Virtual Race Car Engineer 2018 sarà disponibile tramite Steam il 24 ottobre oppure tramite il sito ufficiale il 18 ottobre, il prezzo non è ancora noto. Virtual Race Car Engineer 2018. Tired of being the slow guy out of all your fellow racers? If only you had the time to learn the mechanics of setting up a race car specifically for you. Virtual Race Car Engineer does just that, with 20+ years of knowledge and actual experience both in the real-world and virtual racing, Virtual Race Car Engineer is proven to give you exact advice on what you should alter in your race-car setup to tailor it to you.Virtual Race Car Engineer can be used with any realistic auto racing software that allows the users to adjust the car setup. For best use, Virtual Race Car Engineer should be running on a second monitor or laptop (or Windows tablet). Check with Virtual Race Car Engineer during your test and tune sessions. With each run on the Virtual Race Car Engineer you describe a condition specific to your own lap settings and results, and receive the recommendations and explanations to address that very situation. Over time and use you will come to understand the effect of chassis changes as they’ve related directly to your own experiences, and with that knowledge become the master of your own setup. What’s new in VRCE2018 All new program, written from scratch in an all new language (Unity and C#) effectively eliminating the problems with Antivirus software and Windows security settings from previous versions. Code is much more refined, to the point of a 90% less CPU draw. You will no longer lose FPS while driving with VRCE running in the background. More driver feedback options to choose from, which means more advice provided Added advice for trackbar*, wedge*, differential, and third spring (* Oval only) All new user interface for easy use with a Windows tablet Touch screen capable Removed the car, track, and setup saving to streamline the program so users can get straight to the on-track testing and going faster Lap Wizard Enter the car settings and results from a test run, report your handling impression, and the Lap Wizard recommends setup options and changes to cure your condition. The algorithms were developed in collaboration with car chiefs and engineers of 20+ years practical experience, and take into account details as specific as underused or overused tires, sub-optimal settings, the interaction of different chassis changes. Corner Wizard A “quick tip” tool for sussing out the possible setup changes to correct a variety of handling conditions on a given corner. Become the master Not only will you go faster in the garage and faster on the track today, but ultimately become a master without even realizing it. With each run on the Virtual Race Car Engineer you describe a condition specific to your own lap settings and results, and receive the recommendations and explanations to address that very situation. Over time and use you will come to understand the effect of chassis changes as they’ve related directly to your own experiences, and with that knowledge become the master. LANGUAGES SUPPORTED: English Spanish Portuguese French Italian German SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: OS: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Win7, Win8, Win10 Processor: 1.3 GHz Intel Pentium III or 100% compatible Memory: 512 MB RAM Graphics: DirectX 8.1 compatible graphics card with 64 MB memory DirectX: Version 8.1 Storage: 75 MB available space Sound Card: DirectX 8.1 compatible
  3. rF: ottimizzare il setup reale al simulatore

    Il nostro amico Andrea ci propone un nuovo ed interessante articolo "tecnico" dedicato al buon vecchio rFactor targato ISI: questa volta ci parla di un progetto recente, supportando un team reale di classe LMP2, con delle sessioni al simulatore per ottimizzare il setup reale delle loro vetture. L'articolo mostra, ancora una volta, quanto in lá si possa andare con i nostri amati simulatori di guida, se usati con precisione e avendo a disposizioni dati accurati delle vetture reali. Tutti i dettagli e commenti a questo link del forum. First of all, I am extremely glad to say that, as it happened in 2015, an article I wrote will be published in the “24H Race Technology” magazine this year too. As for my latest post here, it will cover some performance studies I did with the simulator about LMP1-L cars. I hope many of you will have a chance to read it without getting too bored! Beside this, I was pretty busy lately, both on fun (technical) and private side. I moved into a new apartment, this meaning that for a certain time I could not really access my pc freely and all the simulation work had to stop. Anyway, the new apartment offers me a new room for my simulation hardware, this meaning I could even post some videos sometime in the future because I know have some space for some interesting upgrades and I should be able to have something to show on video without having to shame myself!
  4. The Setup Market App

    Important: All users should upgrade to this 0.6.4 version.Due to recent server overload, I had to make some changes to the way the app fetches setups from the server. The result is shorter load time when the app looks for setups in a session and, as a result, reduce server load.Hotfix:- Fixed '.sp' (pitstop strategy ) files appearing in the file selector button for upload/update functionality This is mainly a fix for the people that kept getting a 'fetching server...' message that wouldn't go away. If you dont have any issues with the app, you can skip this update DOWNLOAD thesetupmarket-0.6.4.zip A few months back, I created thesetupmarket.com, a web app allowing setups sharing. I had back then plans to make an AC app to allow setups downloading directly from the game. After months of research and hard work (and few months of laziness), here is, at last, The Setup Market Assetto Corsa App.Features: List all setups found in The Setup Market database for the current car, with their specs (track, author, trim, rating, best laptime, downloads, AC version, setup version) Filter setups: Setups specific to the current track Setups created as a base for any tracks Setups created for other tracks Download setups directly into the corresponding car/track folder Upload or update your setups from the app. (You will need a thesetupmarket.com account and then link it with your steam account via a button in your thesetupmarket.com profile page.) Rate the setups you download How To: Extract the content of the zip file and copy the two folder (apps and content) to your '[where your steam installation is]/Steam/steamapps/common/assettocorsa/' folder (use 'extract here' when the the file is in the assetto corsa folder) Load the game and check The Setup Market in options > general Load a session, get on track and click on The Setup Market icon on the app bar on the right Download any setups you want, then go back in the pits. In the setup file selector, you will probably have to change track folder and click back to your current track folder to see the newly downloaded setups. Click on the new setup file, click load, and hopefully enjoy a great setup Make sure to cycle through the 3 types by clicking on the button on the left, right below the setups list. You will find setups that are 'Current Track' (created for the current track, regardless of the layout), 'Any Tracks' (created as a baseline for any tracks) and 'Other tracks' (created for other tracks). You can click on the 'Refresh' button if you think that a new setup was uploaded while you are on track (this will be particularly useful when/if setup upload from the app is available). The operation can take a few seconds, so be 'patient' Click the rate button beside the download icon, choose the rating you want to give and click the send button to give other users a heads up on how good you think the setup is. For uploading, just select the file you want to upload (which have to be inside the setups folder of the car/track you are on) by clicking on the button on the left of the upload section. Then you can choose the trim and if the setup you want to upload is specific to the track you are on or is good for any tracks. To update, just click on the update button, click 'select' on the setup you want to update and change its properties with the menu that will appear on the right. The 3 sections of the download section: 'Current Track': The setups you will find in this section were created for the track you are currently on, regardless of the layout. That means that setups created for the track you are currently on but for a different layout will be listed in this section too. The layout will be displayed in the track column. 'Any Tracks': The setups you will find in this section were uploaded as a baseline setup for the car, not for any tracks in particular. This is useful with road car especially since they usually have not too many setups options, so one setup can work for every tracks. 'Other Tracks': The setups you will find in this section were created for another track than the one you are currently on. This can be useful since you can search a setup for a track that shares similarities with the one you are currently on. Again, you will see the track for which the setup has been created in the Track column. fonte AC forum
  5. cercate un buon assetto per la vostra vettura preferita? correte qui http://projectcarssetups.eu/#
  6. Grazie all'esperienza maturata con il precedente MDCBox per netKar Pro, il team Mai Dire Camber torna alla ribalta con un nuovo ed analogo progetto in fase di sviluppo per Assetto Corsa: the BOX 2 è però qualcosa di completamente nuovo e più ampio, che comprenderà molte più funzionalità del vecchio setup comparer. La versione "base" di the BOX 2 sarà composta più o meno così: - setup editor e setup comparer suddiviso in categorie esattamente come sono ingame. in questo modo è possibile comparare i valori di uno stesso "tab" a colpo d'occhio e senza continuare a switchare da una pagina all'altra, e da un setup all'altro per confrontare due setup. - teoria veloce delle varie voci del setup, spesso presa direttamente ingame dalle varie voci del setup - track engineer: aiuto alla sistemazione del setup ideale. lui ti fa domande mirate sul comportamento dell'auto e in base alla risposta che gli dai ti dice dove e come intervenire. - setup FAQ: domande e risposte già pronte da leggere che riguardano le problematiche più comuni relative ai problemi di assetto
  7. Il geniale Nick Thissen, appassionato pilota virtuale di iRacing, ha rilasciato per il simulatore americano un comodo ed utilissimo programmino: iRacing Setup Sync permette in modo semplice di scambiare e scaricare gli assetti vettura, suddividendoli per categoria e anche per ogni singolo tracciato. We all know that setups can become an important part of your official iRacing races. And let’s admit it, most of us don’t have a clue where to start when it comes to building or tweaking a car setup. So the majority out there is counting on the goodwill of those who do master the art of setup creation. But even then, it can become a tiresome quest trying to hunt for the right setup file. So now a creative iRacing member has created a very interesting tool to help us all find de preferred setup file for your car of choice. iRacing member Nick Thissen introduces the first official version of “iRacing Setup Sync (iRSS)” This is an application dedicated to iRacing setup sharing and downloading. iRacing Setup Sync (or iRSS for short) is a Windows application that attempts to automate most of the tedious work around storing and managing your setups. It operates on a large database of setups, which is synced to most of the popular Setup Shops on the forum and therefore always contains the latest setups, even those shared on the forums. It allows you to browse setups by car, track or team and automates downloading the setups into the correct folder, and it can even automatically download setups for the car / track you are driving right now! iRacing members can follow the development of Sync Setup or provide feedback to Nick at the iRacing forum thread. Download -> http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/Client/iRacingSetupSync_installer.zip This version contains a normal installer which will install an iRacing Setup Sync Launcher application. The Launcher application will automatically update to the latest version and then launch iRacing Setup Sync. You can just use the Launcher application to start the application, if there is no update available it will just launch iRacing Setup Sync. Official iRacing Setup Sync website - http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/ Important features: Automatically download recent setups for your current car / track, as soon as you start iRacing. Similar to Trading Paints – except for setups! Search setups by car, track or team and download the ones you don’t have yet. Compares your local setups with the online database setups to determine which setups you already own – there is no point in downloading duplicates! Subscribe to cars, tracks and teams and quickly search setups that match any of your subscribed items. Completely customizable directory and setup naming convention with macros like the setup author, car, track, season and many more. Operates on a vast database of over 1,000 setups which is continuously updated by setups added to the various Setup Shops around the forums, and by user uploads. (Soon) Upload the setups you used in a recent session (if you want to share them) with the click of a button. Setup database website & account The setups in the application come from an online database that can also be accessed via : http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/ You will need to create an account on this website and use that to login to iRacing Setup Sync. Do not login with your iRacing credentials, you need to login with the iRacing Setups website credentials. I will make that more clear in the next version. Where do the setups come from and how up to date is the database? The setups come from the online database also available at http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/. You will need an account to use iRacing Setup Sync, which you can create by registering at the website. You don’t need an account to download setups from the website however. The database also contains setups manually uploaded by many different users, but mostly consists of all the setups available in the Setup Shops in the iRacing forums. Since a few months ago, most of these setup shops are being generated with another application I wrote, which automatically syncs the setup shops with the online database. That means that (at least for the cars that have an active setup shop thread) the database will always immediately contain every setup shared on the forum! How does it work? iRacing Setup Sync takes a snapshot of the setups on your computer. When you search for setups, the setups in the online database are quickly compared to your local setups (this is done by hashing their contents – I cannot read your setups), and you will see which setups you are still missing. Automatically downloading setups when you are racing If enabled in the options, iRacing Setup Sync will monitor for iRacing activity. When you start iRacing while iRacing Setup Sync is active (either visible or minimized to the background as a system tray application) it will detect which car and track you are driving and automatically search (and download) matching setups from the current season. As soon as you are connected you can go to your Garage and find the most recent setups in your download folder, ready to go. The application only very briefly checks for iRacing activity every 5 seconds so that it has a negligible impact on your racing experience. You can turn it off by closing it from the system tray when you start racing to be absolutely sure, but it should not be necessary. In a future update I will add automatic support for this. Finding setups by Subscribed items Once you have subscribed to cars, tracks, teams or groups (see below), visit the Subscribed tab to quickly search for setups that match your subscriptions. Click the ‘Find subscribed setups’ button to start searching. For example: if you are subscribed to the Ford GT – this will find any setups (that you do not yet own) for the Ford GT. Subscribe to your favorite cars and tracks to quickly get all of the new setups available. Finding setups by car, track, team or group If you want to look for setups manually by car, track, team or group simply visit the corresponding tab on the left side of the application. Use the dropdown to select your car, track, team or group and the setup list will be refreshed with matching setups. Use the Season dropdown at the top-right to filter by season. Setups that appear gray have already been detected on your computer, you don’t need to download them again. You can also see their location if you want to find them. You can still check the checkbox for these setups and download them again if you wish. Downloading the found setups Once you found some setups via your subscribed items or by searching for cars, tracks, teams or groups, you can hit the ‘Download selected setups’ button to add the selected (checked) setups to your current download list. Visit the Downloads tab to view your download list, and click Start to start automatically downloading the setups in the list. Options, setup location and naming Downloaded setups will be placed in the correct directory for each car, possibly under a further sub-directory if specified in the Options, with a name that follows the naming convention you specified in the Options. You can choose your directory under the Download Options tab, relative to the directory of the car that the setups are for. The default is ‘SetupSync’, so setups for (for example) the BMW Z4 GT3 would be placed under ‘iRacing/setups/bmwz4gt3/SetupSync/…” The name of the setup can be specified in the Setup Naming tab. You can use many different ‘tags’ or macros like {car}, {track}, {madeby} that will be replaced with the relevant values for each setup. For example, I like to call my setups by the person who made them, then the season and then whether it’s a race or qualify setup (eg “NickThissen_14S2_Q”), and I want a separate directory for each track: so I use the format “{track}/{madeby}_{season}_{type}”. You can select your favorite format from the list, or specify a custom format. What are teams and groups?A Team is a private team consisting of members and administrators. You can upload setups for your private team on the http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/ website, those setups will only be visible to your team members. Create and configure your teams on the website. A Group can be used to group setups together. The setups in a group are publically accessible (if you want to control who has access to them, use a team instead). You can add multiple contributors to a group who can add setups to that group. Group support might be removed in a later update because it is almost never used. Updates Version 2.1 - Added support for automatic updates. - Added donate button by popular request (see Options page). - Added support for grouping setups. - Fixed setup naming convention save bug. Troubleshooting If there is a crash when running the new launcher, try running it as an administrator. Running as admin should not be required to just run iRacing Setup Sync, but it may be required when it needs to update. Known issues- Window shadow remains for a few seconds when you close it (click it to make it disappear). - Subscribing to teams is broken. - Nick has a very cheap shared webserver which may not be able to cope with a large demand. This post has been promoted to an article
  8. iRacing member Nick Thissen introduces the first official version of “iRacing Setup Sync (iRSS)” This is an application dedicated to iRacing setup sharing and downloading. iRacing Setup Sync (or iRSS for short) is a Windows application that attempts to automate most of the tedious work around storing and managing your setups. It operates on a large database of setups, which is synced to most of the popular Setup Shops on the forum and therefore always contains the latest setups, even those shared on the forums. It allows you to browse setups by car, track or team and automates downloading the setups into the correct folder, and it can even automatically download setups for the car / track you are driving right now! iRacing members can follow the development of Sync Setup or provide feedback to Nick at the iRacing forum thread. Download -> http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/Client/iRacingSetupSync_installer.zip This version contains a normal installer which will install an iRacing Setup Sync Launcher application. The Launcher application will automatically update to the latest version and then launch iRacing Setup Sync. You can just use the Launcher application to start the application, if there is no update available it will just launch iRacing Setup Sync. Official iRacing Setup Sync website - http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/ Important features: Automatically download recent setups for your current car / track, as soon as you start iRacing. Similar to Trading Paints – except for setups! Search setups by car, track or team and download the ones you don’t have yet. Compares your local setups with the online database setups to determine which setups you already own – there is no point in downloading duplicates! Subscribe to cars, tracks and teams and quickly search setups that match any of your subscribed items. Completely customizable directory and setup naming convention with macros like the setup author, car, track, season and many more. Operates on a vast database of over 1,000 setups which is continuously updated by setups added to the various Setup Shops around the forums, and by user uploads. (Soon) Upload the setups you used in a recent session (if you want to share them) with the click of a button. Setup database website & account The setups in the application come from an online database that can also be accessed via : http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/ You will need to create an account on this website and use that to login to iRacing Setup Sync. Do not login with your iRacing credentials, you need to login with the iRacing Setups website credentials. I will make that more clear in the next version. Where do the setups come from and how up to date is the database? The setups come from the online database also available at http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/. You will need an account to use iRacing Setup Sync, which you can create by registering at the website. You don’t need an account to download setups from the website however. The database also contains setups manually uploaded by many different users, but mostly consists of all the setups available in the Setup Shops in the iRacing forums. Since a few months ago, most of these setup shops are being generated with another application I wrote, which automatically syncs the setup shops with the online database. That means that (at least for the cars that have an active setup shop thread) the database will always immediately contain every setup shared on the forum! How does it work? iRacing Setup Sync takes a snapshot of the setups on your computer. When you search for setups, the setups in the online database are quickly compared to your local setups (this is done by hashing their contents – I cannot read your setups), and you will see which setups you are still missing. Automatically downloading setups when you are racing If enabled in the options, iRacing Setup Sync will monitor for iRacing activity. When you start iRacing while iRacing Setup Sync is active (either visible or minimized to the background as a system tray application) it will detect which car and track you are driving and automatically search (and download) matching setups from the current season. As soon as you are connected you can go to your Garage and find the most recent setups in your download folder, ready to go. The application only very briefly checks for iRacing activity every 5 seconds so that it has a negligible impact on your racing experience. You can turn it off by closing it from the system tray when you start racing to be absolutely sure, but it should not be necessary. In a future update I will add automatic support for this. Finding setups by Subscribed items Once you have subscribed to cars, tracks, teams or groups (see below), visit the Subscribed tab to quickly search for setups that match your subscriptions. Click the ‘Find subscribed setups’ button to start searching. For example: if you are subscribed to the Ford GT – this will find any setups (that you do not yet own) for the Ford GT. Subscribe to your favorite cars and tracks to quickly get all of the new setups available. Finding setups by car, track, team or group If you want to look for setups manually by car, track, team or group simply visit the corresponding tab on the left side of the application. Use the dropdown to select your car, track, team or group and the setup list will be refreshed with matching setups. Use the Season dropdown at the top-right to filter by season. Setups that appear gray have already been detected on your computer, you don’t need to download them again. You can also see their location if you want to find them. You can still check the checkbox for these setups and download them again if you wish. Downloading the found setups Once you found some setups via your subscribed items or by searching for cars, tracks, teams or groups, you can hit the ‘Download selected setups’ button to add the selected (checked) setups to your current download list. Visit the Downloads tab to view your download list, and click Start to start automatically downloading the setups in the list. Options, setup location and naming Downloaded setups will be placed in the correct directory for each car, possibly under a further sub-directory if specified in the Options, with a name that follows the naming convention you specified in the Options. You can choose your directory under the Download Options tab, relative to the directory of the car that the setups are for. The default is ‘SetupSync’, so setups for (for example) the BMW Z4 GT3 would be placed under ‘iRacing/setups/bmwz4gt3/SetupSync/…” The name of the setup can be specified in the Setup Naming tab. You can use many different ‘tags’ or macros like {car}, {track}, {madeby} that will be replaced with the relevant values for each setup. For example, I like to call my setups by the person who made them, then the season and then whether it’s a race or qualify setup (eg “NickThissen_14S2_Q”), and I want a separate directory for each track: so I use the format “{track}/{madeby}_{season}_{type}”. You can select your favorite format from the list, or specify a custom format. What are teams and groups? A Team is a private team consisting of members and administrators. You can upload setups for your private team on the http://iracingsetups.nickthissen.nl/ website, those setups will only be visible to your team members. Create and configure your teams on the website. A Group can be used to group setups together. The setups in a group are publically accessible (if you want to control who has access to them, use a team instead). You can add multiple contributors to a group who can add setups to that group. Group support might be removed in a later update because it is almost never used. Updates Version 2.1 - Added support for automatic updates. - Added donate button by popular request (see Options page). - Added support for grouping setups. - Fixed setup naming convention save bug. Troubleshooting If there is a crash when running the new launcher, try running it as an administrator. Running as admin should not be required to just run iRacing Setup Sync, but it may be required when it needs to update. Known issues - Window shadow remains for a few seconds when you close it (click it to make it disappear). - Subscribing to teams is broken. - Nick has a very cheap shared webserver which may not be able to cope with a large demand.
  9. Guida all'assetto (setup)

    semplice guida per la creazione di un setup base by GT Italia. Specifico che questa guida è stata pensata per aiutare tutti i neofiti, che vogliono provare a crearsi uno ‪starter‬ setup. Tutti gli argomenti trattati sono spiegati in maniera molto semplice e fruibile, la guida è di facile lettura. ‪ http://www.mediafire.com/…/j…/Guida_Assetto_by_GT_Italia.pdf guidasetup.pdf
  10. Stavo guardando il video che JeremyWade ha postato nel topic sui tempi della Formula Abarth e, osservando il suo setup, ho notato un dettaglio che spesso è stato discusso anche in passato nei vari sim ISI e SimBin. Quando mostra la schermata delle sospensioni, i valori di bump sono molto più bassi di quelli in rebound, come giusto che sia: chi ha cercato qualche informazioni in merito avrà sicuramente trovato qualche guida che riporta come i secondi vadano di solito settati due o addirittura tre volte più alti dei primi (questa come linea generale, che poi sicuramente va adattata al proprio stile e alla pista). In rFactor è sempre stato possibile scegliere se visualizzare i valori del setup in click oppure con la rispettiva unità di misura, cosa che mi pare non sia possibile in Assetto Corsa (non so se perché anche nelle rispettive versioni reali si ragiona così o semplicemente per scelta di Kunos Sim). Che linea consigliereste di seguire per capire quanto un settaggio sia doppio dell'altro? Se davanti ho 10 allora mi basta mettere 20 o 30 al posteriore o ci sono differenze?
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