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Replay Problems - Flying parts stutter

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting: Bugs, Questions and Support' started by Overheat, Mar 12, 2021.

  1. Overheat

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    I cant find fix for this weird problem Im having with replay mode. When I throw these objects in normal mode they are perfectly smooth, but when I record it and replay they start to stutter way too much.
    I have over 100fps, but still I tried lowering resolution, tried safe mode, but still the problem persists...



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  2. Agent_Y

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    Replay mode has been half-broken for years, just recently 1 or 2 updates ago some of the stuff was fixed, but everyone is having this issue.
     
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  3. SuperShep1

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    bouncy rocks
     
  4. FordKing

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    Unfixable
     
  5. Overheat

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    Alright, I just hope that the team knows about it and will sort it out...
     
  6. Olrosse

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    I think what is happening here is that the main rock with the ref nodes are being interpolated, but since multiple rocks are the same vehicle they will all be interpolated in the same direction as the main one, resulting in this odd shaking, it may work better if you use alot of single rocks instead
     
  7. Overheat

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    It still hapens with single rocks if there is much movement, just like with flying car parts. I tried recording in slow-motion as I read somewhere to try that, but it ends up same. Kind of annoying to see but what can u do...
     
  8. Nadeox1

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    Those rocks are the worst-case scenario for how the replay compression/interpolation system currently works.
    In very short, a lot depends on the vehicle 'origin node'. If a part detaches and gets distant, it may start to jump around as a result.
    Those rocks are essentially several detached parts, and are very prone to that.
    Higher framerate/recording in slowmotion will help since, but will never eliminate this effect entirely.
    I believe there is nothing more you can do about it for now.
     
    #8 Nadeox1, Mar 15, 2021
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