Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by ApexModding, Oct 5, 2018.
Have not tried, as the 917 is my first choice, but I will try and report back.
I referenced that issue as something that is happening with some cars, not specifically yours (I haven't driven the 917K for a while, so this was just a bit more info to test thoroughly and avoid having to make additional changes after the fix).
An update has been uploaded to the workshop with a fix to in-car windshield rendering and radiator settings
Thanks for all you do so we can have a little fun.
Sent y'all a couple cups of Coffee. Be sure Yoss gets first sip.
Great work guys, really love this mod.
these are great shots
are you using Reshade or any filters in Game processing?
i m sure the original is very good too
Hey yoss, I know you propably have your hands full with all the different cars that you are working on. But I just wanted to ask if you have taken a look at the undertray shadow of the Ferrari. It's a fantastic looking, sounding and handling car, but the car looks still as if it is floating as the undertray shadow seems to be too weak or missing compared to the 917K. The Porsche is closer to the ground obviously, but I think it would would make the Ferrari just perfect. Anyway, thank you for all your work.
Full of work yes .
can you take a shot of this bad undertray shadow compared to the 917k? We plan to update the two car when we find the time for
@yoss Sorry for the very late reply. Kind of missed this one. I just took a screenshot that highlights the issue. If you compare the Ferrari with the Porsche, the shadow under the car seems to be missing completely wich makes the car look like it is floating. In the showroom it seems to look ok, but on track it's missing. Maybe the undertray shadow is placed too low or something like that. I am not exactly sure how it works but aren't you placing a plane under the car? Maybe that needs to be raised a littlebit. Here is the screenshot:
As you can see the shadow under the Porsche in the background, I don't think that this is a LOD issue. But might be worth to check this aswell to rule out all possible causes for the problem.
I believe that this image is not the best example, due to the sun being so low, although the left front tyre is, indeed not showing a shadow as it should.
However, I have noticed this as well, but it is even more visible/noticeable in situations where there is a lot of reflections - wet track - as if the reflections themselves were overlapping shadows.
There could be 2 separate issues: how shadows are cast over SSR reflections (pretty sure that rF2 now does this wrong) and how some cars are casting shadows.
I've find a small bug on the tires. Also present on the Porsche 917K. Thx
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