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Fonte. rF2 Telemetry CSV Plugin 18.104.22.168 11 Feb 1024 Adds FFB value to the CSV. rF2 Telemetry CSV Plugin 22.214.171.124 7 Feb 2014 Requires rF2 build 382 or later. This rF2 plugin will dump all available telemetry data to a CSV file in UserData\Telemetry. The file is named with the current date & time e.g. 20140207_083233.csv Copy rF2TelemetryCSVPlugin.dll to Plugins to install. On first run an ini file will be written to UserData\rF2TelemetryCSVPlugin.ini, containing a single entry: [Telemetry] Enabled=False To enable telemetry logging edit this to: [Telemetry] Enabled=True One CSV file will be written for each real-time session (exiting back to the monitor ends a session). Logging can be enabled and disabled on the fly using the Toggle Hardware Plugins key (default mapping is G). The CSV file generated can be opened in a wide variety of analysis tools including ATLAS. Please see the attached screen grab showing how to configure ATLAS to read CSV files. rF2TelemetryCSVPlugin_v2.zip
Due addons da non perdere questa sera per il Kart Racing Pro di Piboso: come prima cosa è di nuovo disponibile l'utility Telemetry Analizer, un programma che permette di analizzare in modo molto preciso ma anche semplice la telemetria del nostro kart; inoltre fra le tante piste extra disponibili, è sicuramente da non perdere la nuova versione 2013 in alta definizione del tracciato di Genk.
Telemetry Logging and Analysis Application After several months of development I'm happy to present a preview of my new Telemetry Logging and Analysis -application. This is a pre-alpha WIP - far from finished, but the basics are in place and working. You're all welcome to test it and make comments and suggestions. There will undoubtedly be bugs, and I'd appreciate if these are reported if/when they hit you. I hope that with the assistance of the community, we can develop this application further together. Session Manager record, save and load any number of sessions real time session timing as you record automatic saving and unloading of recorded sessions Session Info Display display details for A, B and selected sessions add notes to sessions Plotter(s) each plotter can display any number of lanes each lane can display any number of graphs each graph has configurable plotting styles drag to size and normal zooming AB comparison any two sessions and any lap ranges absolute measurment cursor delta measurment cursors split cursors for separate measurements per lane Trackmap shows sectors shows absolute and delta cursor positions zoom and pan Scripting integrated scripting engine using the Lua language automate the application perform data analysis and processing build simple GUIs to for integrated and interactive application extensions "micro IDE" for editing and running scripts script manager for installing and managing your favourite scripts General dockable window interface for custom layouts saving and loading of window layouts saving and loading of plotter setups automatically maintains connection with the sim Planned features more to come... community input welcome... Download and installation The current version, 0.05, can be downloaded here. To install, simply copy the "pCARS_Telemetry" folder from the zip archive to where you want it on your hard disk. To run, double click "pCARS_Telemetry.exe" inside the pCARS_Telemetry folder. To quickly get a look-in, click the right muse button in the Session Manager (the lower left dock window) to open the context menu, select "Load session", browse to the "sessions" folder inside the "pCARS_Telemetry" folder and double click "Derby_GP- Zakspeed Ford Capri Group 5- Thu Sep 05 17-30-23 2013.tld" file in there. Now there's a demo session loaded. You can now, e.g. double click the session title in the Session Manager to select it as the A-session for plotting. The distribution comes with some installed scripts. They can be found in the folder "managed_scripts" inside the "pCARS_Telemetry" folder. They can be managed using the Script Manager. The scripts are using the gui library and have registered buttons on the Script Toolbar (the leftmost toolbar at the top of the window). Clicking these buttons will toggle the guis open and closed. The installed scripts are: csvexport.lua, a Comma Separated Value export tool filtering.lua, a tool to display filtered graphs lap2lap.lua, a tool to display the difference from lap to lap in a telemetry parameter test_events.lua, a tiny monitor to report the system events (no gui, only reports in the console) So far the documentation is brief and incomplete. You will find two text files in the "docs" folder inside the "pCARS_Telemetry" folder. The file "user_manual.txt" is a general operations manual and the file "scripting_manual.txt" is the beginnings of a reference manual for the scripting. These are raw text files hacked together while coding, so they're not too friendly. I intend to extend and improve the documentation later. Thanks to Thomas Sikora, Jussi Karjalainen and Casey Ringley for testing the deployment. This posting will be kept updated as the project progresses. fonte WMDPortal