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  1. #41
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    Thankyou, very helpful.

    Is it possible to compare more than two laps at a time? Specifically the time comparison when selecting a section of the circuit. It would be every helpful to load up several laps and select one portion of the track and see the time taken for that section for multiple different laps.
    Last edited by dontsimon; 30-04-2017 at 20:28.

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by dontsimon View Post
    Thankyou, very helpful.

    Is it possible to compare more than two laps at a time? Specifically the time comparison when selecting a section of the circuit. It would be every helpful to load up several laps and select one portion of the track and see the time taken for that section for multiple different laps.
    Not yet. But that is on our to-do-list.

  3. #43
    Version 1.8.0 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available! This application comes with the Z1 Dashboard and is aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you, the driver!

    We have a lot of improvements in this version including the ability to change the sizes of the traces; the ability to download laps even if you haven't run on that track yourself; improved memory management to allow for improved performance with very large laps such as those found at the Nurburgring.







    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * There is now an option called 'Include Server Tracks' in the General tab of the settings dialog. With this option on you will be able to download any lap from our server for any sim, even if you have not run a lap on that sim/track combination. This will greatly increase the length of the track drop down in the Select Lap dialog (and is therefore off by default). Note you must have the 'Share Laps' option turned on for this option to work.

    * Improved memory management to allow for better opening of very large laps (such as certain Nurburgring variations).

    * When opening a lap you will see progress bar describing the current processes. For most laps these will go by extremely quickly, but for very large laps they will keep you informed of the opening process.

    * Improvement in speed during the rendering of the all traces.

    * Added a bottom status bar which will display messages regarding application processes.

    * You can now choose the units to display speed, amounts, pressures, temperatures, distances, weights and torques all separately from one another. These are located in the General tab of the Settings Dialog.

    * All Commercial options have been moved into a new tab called 'Commercial'.

    * If you load a base lap before the main lap the analyzer will now display the track map and traces for the base lap. (Note you can't get any analysis or additional data until you load a main lap.)

    * Commercial users now have the option of having live telemetry compared to a pre-recorded lap. To do this the desired pre-recorded lap should be opened as the base lap before you start live telemetry. Then once live telemetry starts the base lap will be played back along with the live telemetry. Live telemetry is time based, so the base lap will be displayed in the traces to match the current time of the live lap. If the live lap takes longer than the the base lap, then the base telemetry will end until you start a new lap. If the live lap takes less time than the base lap, then the base lap will restart when you cross the start/finish line. This allows you to see if you are ahead or behind the base lap. This option can be turned off in the Commercial tab of the settings dialog.

    * Commercial users have the option of using the base lap's telemetry extents when rendering the traces. If you have a base lap loaded then it is suggested you leave this option on. This not only speeds up rendering, but ensures the entire base lap trace can be seen. This option can be toggled in the Commercial tab of the settings dialog.

    * Commercial users have the option of using the base lap's track map when running live telemetry. Using this option means you don't have to save the track map before using live telemetry. If you want to use a pre-saved track map then you should turn this option off. If no base lap is loaded then the Analyzer will attempt to load a pre-saved track map. If no pre-saved track map exists then the default square will be used. This option can be toggled in the Commercial tab of the settings dialog.

    * There is an option to display lap time information with live telemetry. The option is available in the Live Telemetry tab. When selected you will see the number of laps turned, the last lap time and the best lap time display in a box at the bottom left of the track map.

    * You can now change the size of the traces by specifying how many horizontal or vertical slots they should use. Right click on the desired trace and choose 'Trace Size'. Various options will then be displayed for you to select the desired size. Selecting 'Restore All' will set all traces back to their default size.

    * There is also a Maximize Trace option in the right click drop down. Selecting this option will cause the selected trace to use the full screen. When this option is selected you will not be able to view the track map or lap data screens. To exit the maximized mode, select Restore All from the right click drop down.

    * There is an option called 'Save Trace Sizes' in the General Tab of the settings dialog. This allows you to specify whether or not the current horizontal and vertical sizes of the traces should be restored when you reopen the Analyzer. This is on by default.

    * The General tab of the settings dialog has been rearranged for better layout.

    You can download the demo here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo...ce=ProjectCars

    Existing users can get this latest version here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDa...ce=ProjectCars
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  4. #44
    We've added a page that shows which trace channels are available in the Z1 Analyzer for each supported sim: http://z1simwheel.com/analyzer/channels.cfm

  5. #45
    The Z1 Analyzer makes it very easy to choose which data channels you would like to see in each trace position, and how those traces should be displayed. This video explains how to customize the traces to your liking.

    For a list of which data channels are supported by each sim please visit: http://z1simwheel.com/analyzer/channels.cfm


  6. #46
    Track edges are an invaluable part of the Z1 Analyzer. They define the left and right edges of the track. Without them when looking at your driving line it is just a line wandering around in space. And that is not very helpful.

    To make a driving line be at all useful you need to know where the track is. You need to see the edges of the track. This is where track edges come in.

    The Z1 Analyzer can overlay your driving line onto a virtual track using the track edges. This can then tell you where you are turning in correctly, where you are hitting apexes correctly, and where you are tracking out all the way. This is vital to being quick. If you are not driving the correct line round the track you wonít be quick. So before you start making any changes to the carís setup you should first make sure you are driving the correct line. With track edges the Z1 Analyzer will help you do that.



    You can download the demo here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

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