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    vr replay cameras

    hi guys, just a stupid question, after the race when i look to the replay i have some car cameras and just one fixed camera when in vr. when not in vr there are various fixed cams switching each other when cars are passing. i would like to know if in vr we just have one fixed cam or maybe depends on the track?!?

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    Morning. I think you have to go into settings and map the next camera button. Hope that helps.

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    when looking at the replay moving the mouse you have a menů through which you can change cams, i saw that the only cams available are all cars cams and just one fixed cam.
    when looking at the replay non in vr you can switch various fixed cams. the question was if i had the same cams also for vr...

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    The cams are positioned the same for VR and non-VR, and you can select which viewpoint you want. If you watch the replay in VR, you can look around from each viewpoint.
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    ok thanks, so maybe the track i was in had only a fixed cam...will check that, thks dude

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    +/- on the number pad should move to next/previous camera position around the track when in VR

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    thks sir, i will try that

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    When looking at track-side replay(or live, if with other cars on track) cams in VR, you can follow cars around the track, from spectator and cameraman/marshal viewpoints, via the next/previous camera buttons too. It's pretty cool.
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