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Old 07-31-2020, 06:14 PM   #1
IcemanUK
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Default Delan Clip/Opentrack Issues- Help!

Hey guys,

So I have been racking my brains for days and cant think my way out of this one. I have reset, and redone all my set ups in Open track and still getting the same results.

Strangely, open track and head tracking works fine in IL2 but when I try DCS I get a weird glitch type issue. I am able to move my head around but its like the screen tears and displays the centered image over what I am trying to see. Making it unflyable...

Checking the axis in the controls set up for head tracking it looks like things are bouncing around, I have tried to set dead zones etc but to no avail..

Please help, I have no clue what I can do next to fix this in DCS.. It mught just be my noob powers at play

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Old 08-01-2020, 09:30 PM   #2
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Sounds like crossbinding issue. The other binding is fighting with head tracking and centers the view. Or the center view binding is constantly triggered? Show us screenshot from axis assignments. Check the center view binding in opentrack and if it conflicts with DCS binds.
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