Well this is exciting. So far only a few titles but this looks interesting. It looks like you can now pull data and obsess over new things.
Roger Cadell mentioned this to me a few weeks ago when I asked about the .drk format and if it was proprietary (it is).
This is big though, now you can practice studying data as much as you like.
I think you actually connect the mychron to the pc with a usb cord. This is neat-o!
That is cool… they should do good with that.
It’s not for us Mychron5 users.
Aaaargh! Oh well would have been fun.
You can still use the data though. You just point RaceStudio3 to where the data is.
Now I can’t even find where RFactor2 stores data so I’m no help beyond that lol.
I believe it function as a third party app in game, similar RSDash. I was in the zoom seminar on the topic, but lost interest when I found it wasn’t for the Mychron5.
I wasn’t in the webinar, but the instruction manual and RS3 indicate you tell it where the data is and it imports it (outside of the game).
The dash piece is something else (i don’t have any dashs so didn’t dwell on it).
Your correct @NikG, a hardware device is not needed. My bad. Aim RS3 software can do the job on it’s own. This was answered in the first two minutes of the video. I don’t use a PC for sim racing, just Xbox (more the reason for me not continuing viewing the webinar).
here’s a link to the Aim webinar on the topic.
It works in RFactor2 with the latest update. I don’t know if it automatically installs the dll file. But you can do it yourself.
Then point the RS3 to the data folder in the rfactor files and batch import the data.