Good TrackIR 5 settings for FSX?

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helgeras
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Good TrackIR 5 settings for FSX?

Post by helgeras » Mon Jun 07, 2010 2:18 am

Hi,
I have TrackIR 5 and am using it with EzDok.

Unfortunately the view tends to shake a bit too much, so I have difficulty clicking on stuff in the virtual cockpit.
I want to be able to turn my head and look out the side windows, but when I do that I just have to move my head a tiny bit to make the camera move, and this makes the view shake a lot.

I was wondering if anyone had found a good setup for TrackIR that works with virtual cockpits, and could share some tips or maybe a configuration file :)

Seth Steiling
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Re: Good TrackIR 5 settings for FSX?

Post by Seth Steiling » Mon Jun 07, 2010 1:44 pm

You might check out my flight profile. Works well for me in FSX. :)

http://forum.naturalpoint.com/forum/ubb ... #Post38620
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caaront
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Re: Good TrackIR 5 settings for FSX?

Post by caaront » Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:06 pm

Works great for me, Thank you.

luap
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Re: Good TrackIR 5 settings for FSX?

Post by luap » Mon Jun 14, 2010 7:41 am

Are you flying heavies or light GS aircraft? I find that in heavies, the EZDok effect is a little more abrupt but I am guessing that is because heavies run slower for me and the problem is more a result of computer power and not EZDok and TrackIR.

flyingben
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Re: Good TrackIR 5 settings for FSX?

Post by flyingben » Sat Dec 01, 2012 12:15 am

Seth,

Thank you for the very useful profile for TrackIR 5! I just bought a unit today for FSX and used your sample and it works fantastic! I was having trouble calibrating the unit today until I tried your demo profile.

Seth Steiling
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Re: Good TrackIR 5 settings for FSX?

Post by Seth Steiling » Mon Dec 03, 2012 12:20 pm

Glad to hear it! Enjoy your TrackIR. :)
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