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Thread: Drone Camera Mode Question

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    Default Drone Camera Mode Question

    I just installed the Q1 Trainz Plus version last night. I have a blank board with some JR track and one engine running around. In Free From Camera mode (Number 4) the camera movement is very smooth. When I'm in Drone mode, the camera movement is very jerky - as if the frame rate is lower. There is no scenery in the layout other than what I mentioned.

    So, is this normal, or could it be related to mouse settings?

    Are there any settings I can check?

    It seems odd to me that the same scene would be jerky when in Drone camera mode vs Free Camera mode.

    Thanks for any suggestions.

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    Please provide a little more information.

    When in Drone, which movement are you referring to? (Does it happen when you using mouse or arrow keys or both the same?). Is this when attached to a loco or free roam?
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    The "Drone" is not attached to an object. This occurs in free flight mode.

    It will occur if there is any movement, flight forward, backward or slip left or right. It also occurs when the camera is rotated.

    I use the keyboard keys for directional flight and the mouse to rotate the camera.

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    I don't see what you're describing in 10464. I suggest updating to the beta version (Trainz Plus Beta patch stream) and checking it there.
    Tony Hilliam

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