Post by Roman "Oogie" C. on Sept 8, 2017 13:37:49 GMT -5
How do add the right amount of fuel into your car with DRE?
I can ask "add fuel", DRE asks back "how much" and then you give the amount "10 liter". But I don't know how DRE can calculate the fuel for you.
With the new 2.0 version, DRE starts a race with a check (Do you want to do the check list?), where you can put e.g. fuel, tires,.. or anything else. Is there a way to deactivate this checkup procedure. It is only with the current >2.0 verision.
Post by Jan Brezina on Oct 2, 2017 11:49:50 GMT -5
Stopped using this as it was bottlenck for CPU with severe performance issue. Main focus for me is maintain 90fps in VR and do OBS live streaming at same time. This app (DRE profile)is not greatly optimized, just be aware of it.
Post by Andrew Bolton on Oct 13, 2017 6:31:08 GMT -5
I have been using Voice Attack for a long time now - I use it a lot with Elite Dangerous, as I am an HTC Vive USer - I find it invaluable. As for the DRE - I have had this since week 1 in iRacing. I have just upgraded to the latest version (2.3), and wil check out any changes - the change log states that most of the changes are corrections to 2.2 My only issue with the DRE is its ability to understand my Northern England Accent at times - its either that or as the DRE is female - her ability to just bloody ignore me - as my wife does (Hmmm, I wonder if the Wife has had a word with her)
If you are a VR User - then I would not just recommend Voice Attack+DRE but would insist that it a necessary tool if you want to progress within iRacing
Post by Matt Richard on Oct 15, 2017 10:25:41 GMT -5
I love DRE and started using it at the first release. It has certainly come a long way. I installed an IVONA voice of an English sounding chap which seems to fit well and sounds natural.
I must admit that even though I have had DRE for so long, I am only accustomed to using basic commands with it. Mostly I have it recenter my Rift and tell me warnings of cars approaching ahead and behind. I would like to put some time into reading the rest of the manual and getting in the habit of doing more with it.