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Discussion in 'Content Creation' started by TheCrySick, Jun 22, 2020.
Ahh okay, that's probably why, it's a manual haha
Indeed, there is no electronics to control those gearboxes XD
Any ideas how one might go about making swappable bodies, i.e. making a sedan or wagon variant?
No idea at all, sorry :/
Sorry for responding so late but, I selected a dual clutch transmission in Automation and I went to my engine file, did ctrl + f and gearChangeTime, didn't come up with any results.
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Okay nevermind, I added it manually and it worked. Thanks
Digging through the JSONs it seems there are references for it to pull up certain meshes from the .dae file to build the car with in Beam, but I'd have to composite all the bodies and mirrors and wheels into one file and somehow modify the JSON to make the body selectable, and that part is beyond me.
I found a trick for more realistic anti-lock brakes if you want to add it to the list. The ABS in exported Automation cars is just too smooth, if you watch demonstration videos (like this one) you can see that the wheel in a real car with ABS goes into constant micro-skids as the system adjusts braking force. If you look in camso_abs.jbeam you can see why it's so off in BeamNG; line 13, the absHz parameter, is set to cycle the ABS 50 times per second. Real life ABS systems can't cycle that fast. Most cars are in the 5-15Hz range, so if we turn this down to 15-20 we can get that realistic wheel stutter without noticeably affecting the braking distance.
I will write a clean tutorial as soon as I am back from vacation!
THE EFFORT, MAN!
THIS IS AWESOME!!
Thank you so much
By the way, I forget to talk about something here, that, I think, is quite big... I have found a way to add an interior camera to every single Automation car, as well as some custom parts like drivetrain or intakes, and it doesn't need any Jbeam modification on the car to work
If you are interested, check this out: https://www.beamng.com/resources/interior-camera-and-custom-parts-for-all-automation-cars.19005/
That's so cool. Mainly I was making old cars last year and I found this out back then too. I always felt the ABS was too good for the cars, so I'd have it around 14Hz, turns out I made a relatively good guess and got it close to the real thing! Another thing is you can go into the engine jbeam and change the rev value from 100 to like 400, makes a v8 sound really aggressive on redline. Just fun to tinker with that and the idle rpm. Lastly, you can disable the automatic upshifting if your car does that weird shifting up nonsense every time by removing the // next to one of the lines. Allows an automatic to fully rev to whatever value you set it to before it changes gears.