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    Question Modifying VR Mirror FOV Angle

    I mirror my VR view to my computer screen so my friends can watch while we take turns racing in VR. There used to be a way to adjust the mirror's FOV, but now it seems to be locked to 110 degrees no matter what I set the cockpit or helmet camera to. Is there any way to restore this capability?

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    I'd like the ability to adjust this too. Closing distances are sometimes difficult to judge compared to Look Back or even the wing mirrors.
    ...because simcar

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    Appreciate the support, but I wasn't talking about the mirror that you see while in the car. I setup a TV where my friends watch from outside VR, but the FOV is too wide on the TV where the VR content is mirrored to.

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