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    Christiaan's Pure FFB (Custom pCARS2 FFB File)

    LATEST RELEASE: Christiaan's Pure FFB v1.04 (Date 16-11-2019)


    Hi everyone on this wonderful forum,

    Some of you might know me from the off-topic section where I lurk the most, others might not. I've been a WMD member since the early days of Project CARS 1 and have been through it all again for Project CARS 2.
    Those that know me from WMD always might remember I was always at odds with Jack Spade his way of creating better force feedback, which I did not like. He was always trying to compromise for the lack of information that was not there, which I found a weird way of doing things.

    Now comes the shocker... I have found the missing link! Or two of them in fact.
    For years and years we were missing two tyre forces in Project CARS, or rather to be more technically precise we were missing two moments that were opposing forces.

    I am sure those of you that looked at the FFB file once or maybe more often are maybe familiar with the terms... Fx, Fy, Fz and Mz. These are basically F-orces and M-oments around the X, Y or Z axis of the tyre as depicted in the picture below.




    Some of you of the early days might remember the following article from WMDportal.com called "Inside Project CARS Seta Tyre Model": http://www.wmdportal.com/projectnews...ta-tire-model/

    As you can see it has a very interesting graph which I'll now drop in here:




    Notice how it labels the tyre forces in the upper right corner? We have Fx, Fy, Fz and what the... Mx and My next to Mz?
    Now look closely at the first picture and there you'll also see that Mx and My and definitely moments that are what make up all of the tyre forces.

    So here's the thing. I was wonder why this was NOT included in the default FFB profiles nor the Custom file of Project CARS 2.
    We are talking Physics here at the end of the day, so it should uphold Isaac Newton (the one that defined gravity) his third law of motion. In this law he states that "Every action should have an equal and opposite reaction". Now hold that thought as I want to explain what FFB really is.

    Force Feedback is in itself a stop gap between the Physics being calculated and the new results being entered into the Physics calculator, in other words Force Feedback is the Physics executor.
    That which is being executed is fed back into the Physics calculator via positional data from the position sensors in our wheels.
    This means that if the executing party only executes part of the equation, the results will be wrong.

    That feeling wrong is something we can all feel. Some cars feel floaty, others bouncy and some have no feeling at all.

    Now back to Isaac Newton and his third law of motion and our forces in the FFB files. We concluded we only have 3 forces around the 3 axis of 3D-space, yet we basically have only one opposing moment around the Z-axis... Mz.
    What this means for the Force Feedback is that some forces around an axis can freely move in one direction without an opposing braking force. The steering wheel overshoots as a result as forces carry on too far, you lose control of the car or it just feels like one mess that you can't connect with.

    Enter the moments Mx and My. These are the Overturning Moment and Rolling Resistance moment of the tyres that work around the X and Y-axis respectively.
    By adding these two moments to our FFB file our Force Feedback immediately stabilizes, no more weird reactions and no more loss of control.
    Center is tight, oscillation is gone or very minimal. I say minimal because there is a bug in the game that causes oscillation on brake presses, which does pop up depending on the car. It's the fault of the brake system and not any of the FFB files of anyone.
    Let's give some car examples...

    Caterham R620 - Always felt like it was too softly sprung. It now feels like a kart
    Ferrari FXX-K - Didn't seem to have much force feedback going on. Now feels like a proper Ferrari.
    Ferrari F40 - Want to drift like Chris Harris and he said it was easy? Well guess what... it really is!
    McLaren F1 - Always was a trouble car in pC1 and pC2. This is great fun now and finally I feel like I am not a passenger.
    Formula Renault - Always a good car... now feels like a pair of old jeans. Very comfy and familiar.
    Honda Civic (road car) - Front wheel drives like this and others always felt strange. I'm sure everyone that has a front wheel drive out front as their daily will be instantly familiar


    I could go on, but in short the lack of these moments from the execution of the tyre forces was really the missing link and has made Project CARS 2 feel weird for years and years. Yet I can finally say... Force Feedback is FIXED!

    I couldn't have done this without my forum friends who helped me test this with their respective wheels. I couldn't have done it without their feedback.


    Eddy van Beilen - Fanatec Clubsport Wheel v1
    Olijke Poffer - Fanatec Clubsport Wheel v2.5
    inthebagbud - Fanatec Podium DD2
    Haiden - SimXperience Accuforce v2
    GrimeyDog - Fanatec Podium DD2
    Morpwr - SimRacing Bay 30nm OSW
    mcarpenter - Unknown
    FxUK - Fanatec Podium DD2



    [B]Installation:[/B
    I've included the latest version of the file below.

    - Download the latest file below
    - Open the zip file and look inside the folder that suits your wheel. Logitech wheels require the 'Gear driven' file, all others the 'Belt/DD driven' file.
    - Extract the "ffb_custom_settings.txt" file that suits your wheel from the ZIP-archive to the usual location... "Documents/Project CARS 2/"
    - Start the game and in 'Settings', 'Controller settings', 'Force Feedback' make sure that the 'Flavour' is set to 'Custom'
    - Start with the recommended settings below and enjoy your first race

    NOTE:
    You can check if the force feedback file is active if you see the name below the FFB histogram in the telemetry OSD/HUD.
    Also you need to install the file before starting the game, otherwise the game won't load it.


    Recommended Settings:
    These settings are just to start out with but feel free to experiment to your heart's content of course.

    Depending on your wheel start with a default on-wheel/driver setting, but just make sure that you have the maximum amount of steering lock set and that the wheel is calibrated for that in-game.

    As for in-game settings...

    Gain: 100
    Volume: 50-100*
    Tone: 50
    FX: 0-100**

    *Adjust volume on a per car basis. Old cars and high downforce cars tend to clip the signal above 50, other cars you might need to set to 100. Watch the FFB meter in the in-game telemetry HUD, the last red bar on the right should never or rarely spike.

    **The added effects can be added in as you desire. Feel free to experiment here, but I'd leave them off for starters.

    TIP: Set buttons to adjust volume on your wheel, so that you can adjust the force feedback on the fly as you try out various cars.

    NOTE: The FFB meter shows the amplitude of the force feedback from left to right. Each bar has an amplitude range. The height of the bars shows how much activity is within a certain force feedback range. You want to just keep the last red bar on the right unaffected as that means you are clipping.

    The cars vary a lot in terms of individual force feedback strength calibration, but we already knew that from the past. So it's really a bit of adjusting and go, and as said... it's easiest to do that on the wheel. Although I find that the increments are quite coarse per button press.



    I hope you will enjoy the new Force Feedback. As far one final anekdote as well as a challenge to everyone here...

    With this file I've been on two wheels with cars more than once, by hitting the curbstones at the right angle, and I could balance the car on those two wheels by the Force Feedback alone (without using any tactile or motion feedback), and did so with various cars within the game. Which is a real token on my success with the new force feedback along with being more consistent and faster!

    Challenge: How far can you guys stunt drive on two wheels in Project CARS 2?


    Enjoy!


    UPDATES:

    16-11-2019 v1.04 - Added versions with LSS (Low Speed Smoothing) as people were complaining about their desks rattling apart. Changed the position of the histogram and lockstops and changed

    28-05-2019 v1.03 - Split the files into two separate ones, one for gear driven and another for belt/DD driven. The file for gear driven wheels has an increased range on volume from 100% to 200% and has an added tighten center effect to compensate for the slop in the wheels. The file for belt/DD wheels has remained unchanged from v1.02. The files are put in separate folders in the zip archive, so you only need to copy the correct file from the folder that matches your wheel without having to worry about renaming anything.

    28-05-2019: v1.02 - Hotfix 2 released. Another typo spotted by user FxUK in the sum of tyre forces. Wooops! Let's just say the z and x are close to each other. NB. Also uploaded v1.1 alpha with an experimental tyre force based scrub effect controllable via FX. Other effects (road noise, engine noise, et cetera) are disabled in this version.

    27-05-2019: v1.01 - Hotfix released. Fixes an error made with the tone control adjustment (see changelog below for more details)





    Code:
    Christiaan's Pure FFB Changelog:
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    v1.04:
    - Added versions with LSS (Low Speed Smoothing) and without for both wheels types 'Gear Driven' and 'Belts and DD', as some might experience their desks rattling apart. This is the original SMS LSS that you are familiar with, so nothing fancy, but it does introduce a faint background noise to the FFB signal.
    - Added subversions to the LSS folders in which you can pick to have either default FX or Jack Spade's FX.
    
    v1.04 Beta:
    - Changed: Added histogram AFTER the FX are added but BEFORE the lock stops are added. This should show you now also how far the added FX will cause clipping so you can adjust the entire FFB signal accordingly
    - Changed: Repositioned the lock stops to the bottom of the file, so that it doesn't get affected by any other effect added later.
    - Gear DRV: changed FX for Jack Spade FX from alt-mid-comp to see if it's liked better by those with a Logitech wheel. (UNTESTED)
    
    v1.03:
    - NEW: FFB files split into two categories... gear driven and belt/DD driven.
    - Gear DRV / CHANGED: Volume control increase from 100% to 200% to give more range
    - Gear DRV / ADDED: Tighten on center because the wheels have a bit slack in them.
    - Updated the FFB file names and made clear you can distinguish between both.
    
    v1.1 alpha - Scrub Only test file!!!
    - Experimental: Tyre Physics based scrub effect
    - Changed: All other effects disabled... roll back to v1.01 for normal usage
    
    NOTE: Use the FX control to add or reduce the scrub effect.
    
    v1.02 - Hotfix 2:
    - Fixed another typo spotted in the sum of tyre and rack forces. Thanks to Projectcarsgame.com forum user FxUK for the report!
    
    v1.01 - Hotfix
    - Fixed: Tone control was set to also change Mx and My by mistake... now it should really again function as a balance control between Fy and Mz as per normal in Project CARS 2.
    
    v0.04:
    - Fixed: Calculation error in the sum of forces. This can lead to a higher output of FFB, so you might wish to lower it some more
    - Changed: Volume has now a range of 0.0-1.0 again as in the first file, again to give more range now with the added forces.
    - Changed: Volume changes now feel slightly different. It's now controlling left_scale and right_scale that's multiplied with the tyre forces in the rack, instead of just controlling the overal output value of the sum
    
    v0.03:
    - Disabled Low Speed Filter Out. This enables the natural fall-out of low speed force feedback from the Seta Tyre Model. SMS enabled this to prevent oscillation but with the addition of Mx and My forces this is gone
    - Disabled Autoscale as a precaution
    - Disabled Safety. A device safety feature to prevent the device from getting damaged due to extreme force feedback. It was causing issues on my end with gain not scaling correctly and making the force feedback feel weird at lower gain settings
    - Disabled Low Speed Smoothing
    - Disabled Mass Damper
    - Disabled Final Tighten (for some particularly deadzoney wheels). Not needed on belt driven wheels unless maybe older ones.
    - Disabled Anti-drag for now as not to interfere with the force feedback feel. It basically is the same but better than the DRI function on Fanatec wheels. Enable it again if you like, but you might have to set it up for your particular wheel for it to make sense
    
    v0.02:
    - Now based on the automatically generated custom force feedback file
    - Added Mx and My again to the new file
    - Adjusted the Soft-Lock behavior to better lock the wheel, even when 100% force feedback is used
    - Volume control range is now again at the range of 0.0-2.0 (200%)
    - Disabled (not removed this time) anti-jolt.
    - Disabled Fx smoothing
    
    v0.01:
    - FFB based on RAW
    - Added Rollover Moment (Mx) to tyre forces
    - Added Rolling Resistance Moment (My) to tyre forces
    - Changed Volume control range from 0.0 to 2.0 (a range of 200%) to a range of 0.0 to 1.0 (a 100% range), so that it correlates one on one with the volume slider values in-game
    - Removed FX smoothing
    - Removed all unused effects from the file
    - Removed all unused wheel specific adjustment settings from the file

    REVIEWS:






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    BREAKING NEWS: The oscillations happen due to a bug in the braking system

    Thanks to Olijke Poffer for chasing me down this rabbit hole with the oscillations happening on the Pagani Huayra BC.

    The result is some good news and bad news.

    The good news is that it's not the force feedback or the tyre model itself causing issues or exploding at standstill, so the the oscillations do not happen due to this.

    The bad news is that I know the reason and that I can't fix it in any way shape or form.


    So what's going on you might ask?
    Well it's already something I knew from the start. It's something I've reported during development even. The problem lies in the manner how braking force is applied to the tyres, which causes the tyres to act against each other and forces acting against each other will start to oscillate under that struggle.

    How did you come to this conclusion?
    Well, it's pretty simple really. I stripped the entire force feedback file down to its bare core essentials even removing the rack and only leaving the tyre forces on the front tyres.

    Code:
    (FL_tyre (+ FL_Fx FL_Fy FL_Fx FL_Mx FL_My FL_Mz))
    (FR_tyre (+ FR_Fx FR_Fy FR_Fx FR_Mx FR_My FR_Mz))
    (output (+ FL_tyre FR_tyre))
    (histogram output)
    Those four lines of code are enough to get the FFB going, in fact you don't even need the fourth line as that's just to output the data to the histogram.

    So with only the tyre forces at play without any rack linkages and so on, I still had that oscillation. So I started to fiddle around with the car's setup.

    Caster increase or decrease... no change.
    Tyre pressure increase to max... no change.
    Toe to 0.0... no change.
    A combination of that all... no change.

    Then I grumbled and recalled what I said myself... the braking causes oscillations to happen.
    So I changed the braking pressure to the minimal possible (50% I believe) and there was a slight decrease in oscillation.
    Next I set the brake bias to 0/100 (Front / Rear) and... EUREKA! The oscillations were nowhere to be seen AT ALL! In fact the tyres never felt more natural at standstill!


    So yeah, now what?
    Well... that's the issue. This is something SMS has to fix and the game is already EOL. So I don't think we'll see any action from them.
    Unless some modder knows how to go deep into the game engine and alter the braking system code, I don't think we'll see a fix.
    I personally can't change it for the better via the force feedback file. The problem is that the braking force is already applied to the tyre forces before it leaves the game's physics engine and gets send to the FFB system, so Fx Fy Fz Mx My Mz are already 'contaminated' with the issue before I can get my hands on it.


    So there you have it... I am not a miracle man either, so I can't bend the game engine to my will without core access. Which unfortunately non of us have.
    The only advice I can give is... turn down the volume, maybe reduce brake pressure and perhaps when and where possible move the brake bias more rear-wards. Not ideal but that's the only way unfortunately, which is a real pain for DD users. I mean... 30 Newton meters of oscillation hammering away on your thumbs at the start of a race... OUCH!


    Update:
    I also found another weird braking bug while having that brake bias at 0/100 (Front / Rear). When you're on a perfectly straight road and keep the wheel perfectly straight, locking up those rears will cause a weird pull on the center of gravity, which makes the car come around. Yet it doesn't do this when you go into reverse and do the same thing. Which is weird as you're basically dealing with a fixed axle with fixed alignment.

    So in my opinion the braking system in Project CARS 2 as it stands is a buggy mess of rubbish, which I am really sorry to state, that could potentially be great as it can handle different disc and pad compounds and has awesome temperature formulas to really add to heating up your brakes.


    In short this means that... brake bias forwards means more oscillation and front lockup, brake bias rearwards means less oscillation but car coming around because of how it affects car balance in a weird way without you even having any steering input. Last but not least... the rear-end braking issue makes trail braking impossible.
    Last edited by Christiaan van Beilen; 24-11-2019 at 21:59.
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    Your efforts is much appreciated m8. I really like the previous versions and I’ll test this v1.0 this evening..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    Your efforts is much appreciated m8. I really like the previous versions and I’ll test this v1.0 this evening..
    You shouldn't find any difference, mate. I just changed tone back to normal because of two reasons. For one people are more familiar with the old ways and the other reason was that the old method was just for testing and comparison purposes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christiaan van Beilen View Post
    You shouldn't find any difference, mate. I just changed tone back to normal because of two reasons. For one people are more familiar with the old ways and the other reason was that the old method was just for testing and comparison purposes.
    Np.. I only noticed the name is still v0.04.. but that is a minor detail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    Np.. I only noticed the name is still v0.04.. but that is a minor detail.
    Than something went wrong on your end. Make sure to quite the game when replacing the file, otherwise it doesn't seem to pick up on the name.
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    No No In the FFB file itself the name is still named v0.04. . The first line..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    No No In the FFB file itself the name is still named v0.04. . The first line..
    I just downloaded the file and looked on my phone of all things, so not the PC that I uploaded it from, it says 1.0 here.

    Something is wrong on your end.

    Here is a screenshot even...

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    Will take a look tomorrow. I downloaded the 1.0 zip unpacked and opened the ffb file. I noticed the v0.04 line. But as you said, it must be my error somewhere.. the screenshot does show the v1.0.. strange. Will report tomorrow as I’m already in my bed.
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    Nice... I tried 1 of your earlier FFB files with the DD2 and it had Good Feel... I will try this New File when get a Chance and Report Back... Keep up the Good work your effort is appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    Will take a look tomorrow. I downloaded the 1.0 zip unpacked and opened the ffb file. I noticed the v0.04 line. But as you said, it must be my error somewhere.. the screenshot does show the v1.0.. strange. Will report tomorrow as I’m already in my bed.
    Have a good snore! Although don't blame me if your wife hits you when you are too load.

    Quote Originally Posted by GrimeyDog View Post
    Nice... I tried 1 of your earlier FFB files with the DD2 and it had Good Feel... I will try this New File when get a Chance and Report Back... Keep up the Good work your effort is appreciated.
    Yours too. As said, the feedback was much appreciated. Nothing much changed as you can read in the changelog.
    Christiaan's Pure FFB (latest version: v1.03): http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...ARS2-FFB-File)

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