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[RESOLVED]PLAYASAI rate seems slow?

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Hi Fabio

Still checking this out.......

It seems that when I choose a fixed sample rate (20FPS for instance), and then use the PLAYASAI feature, the playback rate is incorrect, as though the Simulator rate is being slowed down. (The Sim FPS was set to 60FPS).

Not sure if it's finger trouble or a genuine bug!

Does the FPS setting in P3Dv4 need to be the same as the record sample rate to use PLAYASAI?

Regards

Dave Nash

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Hi Dave ;-)!

I hope understand your issue... if you record at 20 FPS but Sim it is set at 60 FPS (also in recording and playing situation) it is normal that you see playing slow down because it was recorded at 20 fps that you set in your FCR options. If you run P3D at 60 fps i advice you to record at 60 fps and play situationa t the same speed rate ;-)

Let me know

Fabio

 

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Hi Fabio, thanks for the reply.

I will be busy tomorrow, so I can't check this till Thursday, but for PLAYASAI, setting the recording rate to be the same as the simulator FPS sounds like the solution.?

I'll let you know.

Regards

Dave

 

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Hi Fabio

Sorry I didn't reply, had to go into hospital so couldn't respond. I'll put this on hold till I recover, but I'm pretty sure what you said is correct!

Regards

Dave

 

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