Note: Replaced by the DAMPlugin. Consider using that instead. rFactor 2 Motec Plugin v1.05 by Lazza - 11th May 2014 Link(s): http://www.gamefront.com/files/24318626/rF2_MotecPlugin_28Jun2014.rar http://www.mediafire.com/download/5oh8ckvk8ax6s43/rF2_MotecPlugin_28Jun2014.rar Currently undergoing a rewrite. The above version works but installation has changed with recent versions of rF2 (please ignore the readme installation advice, it's wrong): Installation Extract the entire archive to either your rFactor2\Bin32 or rFactor2\Bin64 folder depending which version you're running. You can extract to both if you want to make sure. If done correctly you'll have the MotecPlugin.dll sitting beside the TrackIR_rF2_Plugin dll that comes with rF2. If not, try it again. If correctly installed, when you run rF2 the plugin will create a new LOG folder to store the logs, a MotecPlugin.ini file for setting various options, and by default will log the default channels at the standard rates. To change the options quit out of rF2, find the MotecPlugin.ini file which should be in your main rF2 folder*, and check out the available settings. Important note: If rF2 crashes when you try to start it after installing the plugin it is probably unable to create the .ini file. This can be caused by UAC or just not having permission to create files in the rF2 install folder. To remedy this, take the fresh .ini file from here: View attachment MotecPlugin_ini.zip And put that in your main rF2 folder. Change the values in it so they make sense (especially point it to a new log dir, because it will have trouble writing to "rFactor2\LOG\" for the same reason it couldn't create the .ini) and it should work. *UAC users: try C:\Users\"YourLoginName"\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\rFactor2\MotecPlugin.ini (thanks to bigal) Usage By default logging is active on startup, which means all your driving will be logged. When you jump into a car you'll hear beeps indicating the current logging status: 'Upwards beeps' = logging on. 'Downwards beeps' = logging off. To toggle between logging on & off, hit Ctrl-M (or your own defined key) while in the car. Note: In the current version of rF2 a red plugin icon appears when you jump in the car; this is normal and doesn't mean anything has gone wrong. However, plugins are not active until this icon disappears again (currently less than a second), so if you have logging active you won't get logged data for this period, and if you try to switch it on you won't be able to until the icon disappears. When logging is finished, either through switching it off or by exiting the car, you will hear the beeps indicating the log has finished being built (converted from the temp file) usually after a short pause. You can then open it up in i2Pro as you wish. If you log a lot of data then try to immediately exit rF2, it might pause on a blackscreen for a short period. A driving stint of several hours should only take 5-10s to finish converting. (longer stints or higher data rates will take longer) Changes v1.05 - Logging on startup now switched ON by default. This might be a better option to avoid people just assuming 'beeps' = logging on and asking where the logs are. - Log file names now start with the date in yyyy-mm-dd format for better sorting. - The specified log folder will now be created if it doesn't exist. Hopefully this will also help people work out where the log files are getting dropped. - There is now an .ini option to put logs in a vehicle class subfolder. - Added most of the missing available telemetry data with several new options. Always, if upgrading from an older version it won't rewrite the existing MotecPlugin.ini - so you need to rename it or delete it, then start up rF2, to see any new .ini options. Note: Replaced by the DAMPlugin. Consider using that instead.