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fingerguns

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  1. el montago

    @kley check out this one. It will defiantly have a bit of setup time but it's once, also make sure you backup your configs once all is working how you want it.
  2. el montago

    Fundamentally in a steering wheel the axis are only two and are a total of 900 degrees rotation, 450 each way. I wouldn't recommend flying a helicopter with a steering wheel. It could be done maybe but hell it wouldn't be fun or any better for you skill. You could defiantly setup steering wheel peddles for your turns but a true aviation peddle is inverted compared to a driving peddle.
  3. el montago

    You are welcome I hope you enjoy, you already have the pilot skills using the correct tools will only 10x your skill
  4. el montago

    hehe, I'd honestly save a couple of weeks and go for the logitech HOTAS it much cheaper than the warthog but with a little less functionality(buttons and programmings) https://www.pccasegear.com/products/41767/logitech-g-x52-hotas-flight-simulator-control-system Logitech bought out Saitek, it's the same model just re-branded. HOTAS = Hands On Throttle-And-Stick FYI
  5. el montago

    I ran a logitech gaming extreme for ages they can be picked up for less than $50 but lack a lot of features that a real joystick has. Eg 6 axis, force feedback and actual real tension from the springs. You will also lack the finer throttle control with just a single rocker switch. The biggest problem with cheap joysticks is you will still find yourself using the keyboard every now and again, to fully immerse and have that greater control you need to detach fully, warthogs do this very well. It's the same when playing racing simulators using a great steering wheel makes the game. Just got told a bonus is coming from work so I'm getting my warthog very soon yay! I'll be back to full time pilot The room for error when flying at 200km+ at 5 - 10m from ground is very small, it's also soooo rewarding
  6. el montago

    If you have ever flown with a joystick, you will understand. Keyboards have linear buttons, so doing a reverse burn is VERY hard.. Joysticks are generally 6 axis and have a lot more fine adjustments, specially if you have peddles as well Mine broke back in flight sim X This is on my to buy list I really miss joystick flying, in particular BF series you are unstoppable https://www.pccasegear.com/products/37941/thrustmaster-hotas-warthog-joystick-for-pc Take a look at this. This is a habit I've kept after my joystick died low and fast, keyboard linear buttons do not work the best for this type of flying generally I wipe out my whole chopper because it goes from 0 - 100 from the wrong button press haahah
  7. el montago

    Dat FPS head movement. Joystick confirmed! I miss mine
  8. The last montage

    Dat patch on the pawnee <3
  9. Youtube Intro

    I suggest youtube, search what ever effect you want to do and the program, gurrantee someone has made a tutorial. AE is a big program, but take a look at this tutorial it's pretty in depth for 20 minutes. Another is http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials/ heaps of resources around, if you are stuck yell out. I've got a diploma in interactive digital media, I spent 90% or more of the course(2 years) in either Cinema4D or blender , illustrator, Photoshop or AE / Premier pro. I still play around to this day, just no where near as often as well programming takes up more of my time This playlist is probably what you are looking for mostly, break down for the fancy intro's http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials/playlist/title_design/the_grid/
  10. Teamspeak unban request

    Ahh derp, blame it on Monday @AZZAR enjoy, keep it civil
  11. Teamspeak unban request

    @myzteriouz1 might have to check this one out, I've defiantly removed it.
  12. Teamspeak unban request

    and it's gone.
  13. Youtube Intro

    Well a intro is generally a mixture of 2D & 3D assets all put together in a 3D software, the cheapest(free) is blender but has a huge learning curve. The easiest I would say is 3d studio max. You would need some graphics design, animation and composition skills. Lots of tutorials on the web for either applications and also lots of tutorials on the web for creating your own intro's.
  14. Hobbies outside of Vidya Games

    defiantly has some chop suey to it that's for sure
  15. Hobbies outside of Vidya Games

    Have you seen the MCM Cresta? Aka this one. Stock Barra with a big turbo it recently won dyno day at summer nats pulled 600hp+ all stock bottom strong stuff