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AMS conversion tool from rF1

Discussion in 'Automobilista - General Discussion' started by marenghino, Jan 30, 2020.

  1. marenghino

    marenghino New Member

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    Hi all, I have a question about it.
    Using the convertion tool, do the physics of the converted mods remain exactly the same? I mean, will the converted cars behave the same as in rF1? Or using the same physics we have a different behaviour in AMS?
     
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  2. GTSpeedster

    GTSpeedster FOV Geek Reiza Backer

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    The GSC conversion tool does absolute nothing useful towards AMS apart from adding basic encryption to the files, which by itself is pretty much useless as well.

    All of the AMS bits and pieces need to be added and dialed in manually.
     
  3. marenghino

    marenghino New Member

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    Thank you for the answer.
    I understand the convertion tool cannot add the AMS new features.
    But I thought that the physics parameters of rfactor original mod (and files) and the new converted mod should be the same, so the car behaviour on track should be the same ... or am I wrong?
     
  4. Racing Heart

    Racing Heart New Member

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    Cars converted using the rF to AMS/GSCx tool behave exactly identically to each other.

    If you're on controller like I am, the AMS/GSCx cars will be far easier to drive, but this is entirely down to superior gamepad control support.
     

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