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[Tutorial] - Remove or Adjust Camera Auto Rotation on Vehicles

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by VeyronEB, May 16, 2015.

  1. VeyronEB

    VeyronEB
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    Decided to quickly explain how to remove or adjust the auto rotating camera from Beamng, I find this to be one of the most annoying things in the game honestly so I thought it would be nice if other people also knew how to fix it :)

    First off you want to want to navigate to: Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\BeamNG.drive\lua\ vehicle

    Now in that folder you will see the main.lua Simply open that file using notepad or notepad ++

    Go to line 147 or press CTRL+F and type "camera settings", this is the value you want to change.


    (imported from here)

    Now you can simply change this to a higher number, i used 300 which gives no rotation at all however you can use a lower value if you still want some rotation.

    Note: This file will probably get overwritten in some updates so you may have to make this change again in the future.

    Hope this helped :)
     
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  2. Hati

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    Re: [Tutorial] - Remove Camera Auto Rotation on Vehicles

    I'd prefer to see it relaxed within a certain cone of motion eventually, 30 degrees or something would do fine. A relaxed chasecam makes the motion of vehicles seem so much more natural. I just don't know whether I want a gran tourismo style chasecam that's horriffically rigid or an annoying camera that pans incessently when reversing. but that's very good! I can now tune myself a middleground :p
     
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