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oppolo
15-02-2016, 10:48
hello
during night I can't see almost anything, is there some tweek for having high light beams?

Neil Bateman
15-02-2016, 11:07
In the options you can select stretched headlight beams.

Invincible
15-02-2016, 11:21
In the options you can select stretched headlight beams.

This doesn't really do anything regarding visibility. At least not for me... I also think that most lights, especially those of GT3/E and LMP cars are too weak ingame. :/

havocc
15-02-2016, 12:46
Are you using F-A or other open wheelers? :rolleyes:

oppolo
15-02-2016, 14:08
Are you using F-A or other open wheelers? :rolleyes:

so you can drive in this condition http://images.akamai.steamusercontent.com/ugc/306612299324910156/0554220FFD642537B74A494ACF0351A436EAA15A/
only one word "congrats"....you have cat eyes :D

havocc
15-02-2016, 14:25
Are you sure screen gamma is set properly?

jhonatas
15-02-2016, 15:52
In the options you can select stretched headlight beams.

Where???

Reinart86
15-02-2016, 15:56
on pc, not console

kevin kirk
15-02-2016, 15:58
For me I like to drive some cars in back seat cam. That cam is much darker than cockpit view. I raised my exposure compensation to 2.00 and it helped a lot. Default is 1.00. Try that. You can also turn it down to .10 to help the cockpit views for certain cars being to bright.

Shadowoff
15-02-2016, 16:42
so you can drive in this condition http://images.akamai.steamusercontent.com/ugc/306612299324910156/0554220FFD642537B74A494ACF0351A436EAA15A/
only one word "congrats"....you have cat eyes :D

*YAY* Im a cat :3

kevin kirk
15-02-2016, 17:04
so you can drive in this condition http://images.akamai.steamusercontent.com/ugc/306612299324910156/0554220FFD642537B74A494ACF0351A436EAA15A/
only one word "congrats"....you have cat eyes :D....yea you definitely need to raise you exposure compensation up to 2.00. I'm using xbox one might be different for pc. Your tv setting might be working against you also.. Make sure you have the "show helmet" option off. That helps to.

Silraed
15-02-2016, 17:19
Something a lot of people don't think of when they have these issues is their actual monitor/TV settings. Far too many people have them setup in a way that they "crush" the blacks and remove a lot of detail and visibility in dark areas.

Though that screenshot doesn't look too far off. Keep in mind that a lot of the camera shots you will see of real life racing in dark conditions make it seem lighter and more visible than it really is.

Seelenkrank
15-02-2016, 18:47
so you can drive in this condition http://images.akamai.steamusercontent.com/ugc/306612299324910156/0554220FFD642537B74A494ACF0351A436EAA15A/
only one word "congrats"....you have cat eyes :D

its dark in the night *surprise*
...

Shadowoff
15-02-2016, 18:50
To be true, yes I can see enough in game... But on your picture everything is WAY darker... So its maybe your monitor

racesafegrandad
15-02-2016, 21:56
When I race at night I draw the curtains and have all the room lights turned out so the screen looks brighter......Seeing the buttons on the wheel is a bitch though?

Mangoat
16-02-2016, 11:08
To be true, yes I can see enough in game... But on your picture everything is WAY darker... So its maybe your monitor

Or yours ;)

TassyDevil
16-02-2016, 11:32
hello
during night I can't see almost anything, is there some tweek for having high light beams?

Try this mod, it works great imho.
http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?44034-AI-Lighting-Mod

Invincible
16-02-2016, 11:42
Try this mod, it works great imho.
http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?44034-AI-Lighting-Mod

This mod activates the ai-lights - it doesn't change how bright the players lights are or how far they reach!