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TDU2 Camera Viewpoint Editor

Discussion in 'TDU2 - Mod Tools & Support' started by binbow, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. binbow

    binbow Well-Known Member

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    TDU2 CameraViewpointEditor ver1.0.0.0 released.

    Changes - ver1.0.0.0
    New: Two items "Range angle - LR" and "Angle inertia" added.
    - Changing the values of these items allows you to adjust the degree of shakiness of the line of sight when you turn the car with steering.

    About adjust the degree of shakiness:
    - The value of "Angle inertia" was good about 90-100.
    - It seemed to be good to set the value of "Range angle - LR" to be the same value as in the Hood view.

    About bumper view:
    - It seems that bumper view is not defined for most vehicles. For those vehicles, it seems that the default bumper view setting is used, and the setting of bumper view with car-id = 9998 is used.


    cve_main.png
    Download link: TDU2CVE_ver1.0.0.0.zip

    Changes - ver0.9.8.0
    Fixed: There are cases where entries with the same camera - ID and same view code overlap. In such a case, editing will not be reflected correctly.
    Fixed: In the case of Hood view, the screen is not refreshed even if click "Save"
    New: Added the item "Steering Wheel Offset" to the cockpit view.

    ver0.9.0.0: Initial release


    Install:
    - Put "TDU2CVE.exe" a suitable folder after extract the zip.
    [Note] It is desirable to copy to the newly created folder outside of "Program Files" or "Program Files (x86)".

    How to use:
    [Initial startup]

    - Specify the location of the "cameraasign.xmb" file the first time it starts up.
    - Fill in the prescribed column on the "settings" tab page and click "Done" button.
    The set location is saved in "tdu2vce.ini". "tdu2vce.ini" will be created in the folder where TDU2CVE is installed.
    [Read data on "cameraasign.xmb"]
    - After starting, select the target camera ID using the list box and click the "Load" button.
    - The current setting value for each item is displayed under "current" label.
    - Cockpit view, Hood view, Bumper view are loaded at the same time, you can browse each one by switching tabs.
    [Change data]
    - It is need to change for each view.
    - Open the tab page of the view you want to change and fill in the new value in the edit box below "new" label.
    - Save data after change
    - Click "Save" button when the change is completed. Changed items on all view are overwrite to the "cameraasign.xmb" file.

    - Using stored data of camhack
    - Save data of camhack.exe can be imported.
    - Imports must be run on a per view basis. Open the tab of the desired view and click "Import tdu2cam.sav" button and specify the file to load.
    - After importing, the new corrected value will be put in the edit box under "New" label.

    [Notes]
    1. In the saved data of camhack, the offset amount with respect to the value described in the xmb file is saved for each view.
    The camera ID is not included in the data. Therefore, If importing inadvertently, the correction value of unintended camera ID will be read.
    Please execute data saving operation using camhack for each view on the vehicle to be imported in advance.
    2. Only saved data of camhack.exe ver1.2 can be imported.


    Acknowledgments: This tool consulted scripts created by tomsolo.
     
    #1 binbow, Sep 7, 2018
    Last edited by binbow: Sep 24, 2018
  2. MagicV8

    MagicV8 Well-Known Member

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    Great tool, binbow :tup:
    Thank you!!
     
  3. MicroMachine

    MicroMachine Project Cannonball HQ

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    Great indeed binbow! thanx alot!!!
     
  4. binbow

    binbow Well-Known Member

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    Known issue:
    - There are cases where entries with the same camera - ID and same view - code overlap (see below). In such a case, editing will not be reflected correctly.
    2018-09-08 (3).png
    - In the case of Hood view, the screen is not refreshed even if click "Save"

    I will release these bugfixes soon.
     
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  5. binbow

    binbow Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    715
    Location:
    Tokyo
    TDU2 CameraViewpointEditor ver0.9.8.0 released.

    Changes - ver0.9.8.0
    Fixed: There are cases where entries with the same camera - ID and same view code overlap. In such a case, editing will not be reflected correctly.
    Fixed: In the case of Hood view, the screen is not refreshed even if click "Save"
    New: Added the item "Steering Wheel Offset" to the cockpit view. ; Minime891; thanks for the information.

    Download link : TDU2CVE_ver0.9.8.0.zip
     
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  6. binbow

    binbow Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    715
    Location:
    Tokyo
    TDU2 CameraViewpointEditor ver1.0.0.0 released.

    Changes - ver1.0.0.0
    New: Two items "Range angle - LR" and "Angle inertia" added.
    - Changing the values of these items allows you to adjust the degree of shakiness of the line of sight when you turn the car with steering.


    About adjust the degree of shakiness:
    - The value of "Angle inertia" was good about 90-100.
    - It seemed to be good to set the value of "Range angle - LR" to be the same value as in the Hood view.

    Download link : TDU2CVE_ver1.0.0.0.zip

    I will be busy with Forza horizon 4, so may be no update except bug countermeasure for a while. :D
     
    #6 binbow, Sep 24, 2018
    Last edited by binbow: Sep 24, 2018
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