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AfterDune 2011-09-14 10:49

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Just tried it, works pretty good :D. I had to install "Face Tracking API" though, as it was missing a DLL. But after that, worked nice!

Though moving my head around wasn't very smooth in-game. Not sure if that's due to my webcam, or a setting, or that it's just because BF2 doesn't really support it. But, it's good nonetheless :).

LyRiCs 2011-09-14 11:11

its your settings :)
try to change the curve and smoothness settings
;)


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Mora 2011-09-14 17:40

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
My webcam sucks so its wobbly and if i put the smoothness higher to get rid of it it laggs too much behind my head movement.

Bufl4x 2011-09-14 17:52

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
So no one is getting kicked by punkbuster for this? I gotta get a webcam :)

Sinn_Ah_Taggh 2011-09-16 11:56

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Carbonade (Post 1665063)
Ok, this is what I did:
1. Download all Freetrack, FacetrackNoIR and Bf2 freelook and install all 3 of them.
2. Open FacetrackNoIR and BF2 Freelook as admin.
3. Edit FacetrackNoIR settings in the facetrackNoIR window:
  • Game Protocol = "FreeTrack".
4. Run PR.
5. Modify the FacetrackNoIR settings until you are pleased with the results.
ELSE: If you would like to you could download my settings file and load it in FacetrackNoIR to use the same settings as I used, then modify them to fit your needs.
This made it work for me.

This worked perfectly for me,no troubles at all with PB :)
It helps to have a relatively good webcam and not placing the cam too low or too high relative to your head.
I have mine situated on top of my monitor and that is slightly too high and doesnt show the croshairs dead center of the screen unless i stretch my neck higher up.
Having it on the bottom of my monitor gives similar results but only reverse :P
Maybe i should duck tape it to the center of my monitor ?! :p

But the software works great,some adjustments needed,but nothing major,thanks for posting this,should make flying more fun now :D

=Romagnolo= 2011-09-16 13:39

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
has anybody tried it with infantry ?

AfterDune 2011-09-16 13:44

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Doesn't work for infantry, only vehicles.

Antol 2011-09-16 13:48

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by =Romagnolo= (Post 1666910)
has anybody tried it with infantry ?

ArmA? :D Would be very nice! Maybe someday...

Alek-say 2011-09-16 14:13

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
So what about 3D hud? Is it possible to create in PR?

Tim270 2011-09-16 15:11

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by =Romagnolo= (Post 1666910)
has anybody tried it with infantry ?

Trackir is brilliant for vehicles in Arma2 and makes flying a breeze. For infantry? It is useful to a extent but really conflicts with mouse movement a lot, it makes it hard to zoom in accurately and generally is just annoying and not useful for boots on the ground.


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