[REL] rF2 Telemetry CSV Plugin v4

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  1. whitmore

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    This rF2 plugin will dump all available telemetry data to a CSV file in UserData\Telemetry. The file is named with the current date & time e.g. 20140207_083233.csv

    Copy rF2TelemetryCSVPlugin.dll to Plugins to install. If running 64 bit put dll file into the plugin folder inside the Bin 64 folder otherwise Bin32 folder

    This folder is found inside you main game folder (rFactor2) where ever you installed it which looks to me like should be for you

    C:/Program Files(x86)/rfactor2/Bin64/Plugins

    On first run an ini file will be written to UserData\rF2TelemetryCSVPlugin.ini, containing a single entry:

    [Telemetry]
    Enabled=False

    To enable telemetry logging edit this to:

    [Telemetry]
    Enabled=True

    LOG folder will be created

    [Your Main game rFactor2 folder]\UserData\Log\Telemetry
     
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  2. Joe

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    Thank you very much, works perfect now!!!
     
  3. TechAde

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    v4 released, first post updated.
     
  4. whitmore

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    Thanks TechAde always appreciate your work
     
  5. TechAde

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    Thanks, good to hear somebody is actually making use of it!
     
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    After loading the CSV file one of the first parameters Atlas looks for is LAPDIST and LAPNumber. Neither seem to be in the file?

    I have configured Atlas to read CSV file as per post 1
     
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    Correct, neither of them are in the telemetry output from rF2.
     
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    Do you have a preconfigured atlas workbook you use that you would be willing to share.

    Also is there a work around for the 100 mb file limit atlas express imposes?
     
  9. TechAde

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    I don't, sorry, as I don't really 'use' the plugin myself other than for the odd FFB analysis.
    Not that I know of, though it's fairly easy to split the csv up using something like Notepad++.
     
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    I m not be able to use ATlas Telemetry. Can I have a workbook for RF2? Thankyou very much
     
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    I've added an ATLAS workbook to the first post.
     
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    Great Thank you very much.
    have a nice day
     
  13. boblevieux

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    Hello,
    Where can i download Atlas, is it free please ?
    Also, how can i have GPS position for a track display in Dashware ?
    nevermind, it works fine with motec
     
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  14. Leonardo1962

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    Hi TechAde,

    this is a great and useful tool.

    I use your rF2 Telemetry CSV Plugin (v4) with Excel, to improve and verify the calculations of my suspension editor.

    If i may make a request, i would recommend to increase the number of digits after the decimal Point, for the telemetry data with small values.

    Especially the data with "small" Values for .._SuspensionDeflection, .._VerticalTireDeflection, .._RideHeight would be enhanced, by at least one aditional decimal place.

    May be, you could just increase then decimal places from 3 to 4.
    This would be useful for a precise analyse of the more accurate data.

    Thanks for your helpful tool. :)

    Leonardo (Peter) ;)
     
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    Hi, I have installed the software in the correct place, like first post, I made a lap then in atlas I clicked "open" and charged rF2 workbook, then I charged the sesiĆ³n, looked for .cvs file. It charged, but only appears like picture attachment, so what can we do to see all data lap information? like MoTec fro instance. I made a lap (out lap + timed lap + in lap) and like you can see it shows the total time (3.57.8) it do not show the timed lap,,,, that was 1,33,8xx ?. also I tried to see the track but it did not appear. well, everybody that just know how to use Atlas might help us.
    :)

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  17. Juan

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    well, this is a great job, I think hopefully it is the beginning and then we will see more workbook or more data to analysis.
     
  18. Gonzo

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    Can someone attach it back to first post please? Because there is no source out there. And please can someone re-add the readme from TechAde who is the author of it.
     

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  19. Juan

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    Hi guys, can someone tell some little steps to install it for the steam users, which folders etc... I see all of us now are steam user at all.
     
  20. Gonzo

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    put that dll into:

    yourharddisk:\yourSteamFolder\steamapps\common\rFactor 2\Bin64\plugins

    no configuration needed.
    After that you ll find the .csv files in

    yourharddisk:\yourSteamFolder\steamapps\common\rFactor 2\Userdata\Log\telemetry

    i am currenty under linux and unable to verify those directories. I wrote them out of my mind, should be right, if not sorry.
     

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