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    PS4 (non-pro) + 32" TV graphics

    Hi guys,

    i'd like to know what sort of camera settings users have with similar setup to me.

    Running a cheap LG full HD Tv and the visuals of the road surface, everything outside is quite low resolution with jitter, lack of AA etc ..
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    I use cockpit view with FOV set at 76.
    sometimes i can't even see where I am going due.to the blurry jitters and lines in the distance.

    GTS have no such issue on same setup. Not trying to get GTS graphics but I just want to see the road properly.

    do you guys also change seat positions (forward, upward, lean etc?)

    I am running 7.1 patch already
    thanks
    Martin

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    Is your tv set to game mode ? also try turning off depth of field sun flare etc it might help run smoother

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    I have a similar setup and sit very close to the tv, as it’s mounted to the cockpit this means my view is pretty low res but it’s not jittery and I certainly have no problems seeing the road as you seem to? That’s pretty weird
    Fast is a frame of mind. Unfortunately, so is slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warth0g View Post
    I have a similar setup and sit very close to the tv, as it’s mounted to the cockpit this means my view is pretty low res but it’s not jittery and I certainly have no problems seeing the road as you seem to? That’s pretty weird
    thanks for the feedback. I sit quite close to the TV as well as i have a rig (PS challenge + t300 + t3pa pro).
    I may try the "game mode" tonight. I just think that the images are too blurry with bad AA and low resolution. Am wondering what FOV you use or whether setting the seat position may help.

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    Do try it m8 always run TV's in game mode if they have it I think my fov was about 65/70 its been a while since I checked and i'm using a pspro now and use the best res mode on a 4k tv so it looks pretty crisp

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    Quote Originally Posted by warhammer2 View Post
    thanks for the feedback. I sit quite close to the TV as well as i have a rig (PS challenge + t300 + t3pa pro).
    I may try the "game mode" tonight. I just think that the images are too blurry with bad AA and low resolution. Am wondering what FOV you use or whether setting the seat position may help.
    I just changed my FOV from 70 to 61 as an experiment. Didn't really notice a big difference to be honest.

    I'm not sure if I'm in game mode, or of the TV even has one, but will check to see if that makes a difference (or if it's already defaulted to game mode). But definitely no jitters, it's very smooth but it IS low-res...
    Fast is a frame of mind. Unfortunately, so is slow.

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