1st person camera stabilizer

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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby yzmxer608 » Wed Apr 24, 2019 11:40 pm

I think not having it stabilized actually helps you. IMO that's how you actually "feel" what the bike is doing, versus third person where you can actually see it. I could be wrong, but normally I can't play 1st person in other games (most recently MESX2) because it just feels so awkward not being able to tell what the bike is doing. Maybe MXS just ruined me for other games in that regard :lol:. 2010/11 Hangtown was pretty gnarly in 1st person I remember, I think 2012 Red Bud too.
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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby jlv » Thu Apr 25, 2019 2:06 am

I think I could smooth it out some without losing the feel. It should be possible to make adjustable as well.
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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby Quinten » Thu Apr 25, 2019 2:25 am

jlv wrote:It should be possible


Please implement before outdoors.
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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby onefoureight » Thu Apr 25, 2019 3:44 am

jlv wrote:I think I could smooth it out some without losing the feel. It should be possible to make adjustable as well.


That'd be amazing
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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby Racers52 » Thu Apr 25, 2019 3:47 am

onefoureight wrote:
jlv wrote:I think I could smooth it out some without losing the feel. It should be possible to make adjustable as well.


That'd be amazing


As long as we are able to turn on/off that would be awesome. Would be a nice little easter egg :wink: before outdoors
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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby FlyinHigh » Sun Apr 28, 2019 5:18 pm

jlv wrote:I think I could smooth it out some without losing the feel. It should be possible to make adjustable as well.

A slider for example from like 0 (off) to 10 (full stabilization) so we can adjust to our liking would be sick as well.
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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby BcMxKx37 » Tue Apr 30, 2019 1:10 am

FlyinHigh wrote:
jlv wrote:I think I could smooth it out some without losing the feel. It should be possible to make adjustable as well.

A slider for example from like 0 (off) to 10 (full stabilization) so we can adjust to our liking would be sick as well.

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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby AdamoDago » Tue Apr 30, 2019 8:32 pm

jlv wrote:I think I could smooth it out some without losing the feel. It should be possible to make adjustable as well.


please
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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby Talisker » Thu May 02, 2019 6:39 pm

Oh nice, this is the subjet i was about to suggest and the reason i came here.

I'm not a really good rider at the game, but well, i enjoy it a lot and have a lot of fun, and this viewing problem sometime drive me crazy. I only play in first person, i can't play in third, like literaly, i cant even stay on the bike more than 10 meters on a straigt line in third view.
It's weird i know... i tried the third view for all the advantage it come with, but i really can't. My brain can't deal with that.
And to be honnest, i really, really like playing in first view, it's so much more realistic, the sensations are so much stronger. And well, it's a simulator right, what's the point to simulate in third view...

The problem i got in first view is exactly what was said before : especialy in brake bumps, in front of a corner, the view "wizz" so much i can't tell if i'm going good in the ruts or not, in the good speed or not, the good moment i have to turn etc...

I was telling me : the others seems to not have this problem, i have to find the good speed and trajectory so my bike stay flat. It's probably how fast riders do... but then i think : f*ck it, in real life we are able to stabilize our view by moving our head and our eyes, and it's what we all do when riding... a simulator should do the same.

Well, all i want to say now i read this topic is that i will be very glad when this feature will be in the game, this is for me the most important thing i was hoping to come.

Thank you :)

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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby T_Frye127 » Fri May 03, 2019 4:39 am

i actually just switched to 3rd person for outdoors for this reason and there is waaay too many advantages in 3rd, especially with how everyone races.

the game is just too fun in 1st tho :cry:
should be a separate 1st/3rd person series f*ck it :P

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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby Fingabang » Thu May 30, 2019 3:27 pm

+1 for the slider option 10/10

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Re: 1st person camera stabilizer

Postby FlyinHigh » Thu May 30, 2019 4:47 pm

What's the update on this cause I'm strugglin in these outdoor motos after 10 minutes
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