Race Studio 2


User 1763

Benutzt das jemand hier? Hab nämlich keinen Schimmer wie das Funktionieren soll.

User 6229

Falls du des englischen Mächtig bist?

I cannot find any support for telemetry in the main interface, Why is this?
Thanks to the partnership with AIM Sportline, netKar PRO reproduces one of their best products, the MyCron 3 display. Also there is direct support for their data analysis software, the Racestudio, so that drivers can use a powerful tool to analize their laps, in the same way they could do in real life. A full licensed version of netKar PRO is required to generate the data used by the AIM software.

Where I can find this telemetry software?
RaceStudio 2 (including relevant manuals) can be downloaded directly from the AIM Sportline official site, you can find the link in the download section of this site.

How can I use AIM RaceAnalysis with netKar PRO?
After the download and installation process is done, you have to run "Race Studio 2 Analysis". From here open the file menu, and click on "import file": in the file list, you will find under "file types" the option for "netKar telemetry". Select the file you want to analize, then click to load it. Race Studio 2 is provided with complete documentation that allows you to use this powerful tool at its best.

How to do basic telemetry analysis in AIM RaceAnalysis

1. Install AIM RaceAnalysis.
2. Enable 'data logger' in your setup window (AIM tab). Select what parts you want to log.
3. Drive: after your session a file called 'telemetry_dump.nkt' will be saved in your nKPro/aim folder. This is the telemetry dump Wink. Will will import this into RaceAnalysis.
4. Start RaceAnalysis (icon says 'Race Studio Analysis'). Remember: nKPro only use the Analysis tool and not the Race Studio 2 tool (which is aimed for downloading data from a real AIM data logger and not nKPro virtual one).
5. Click 'File' -> 'Import'.
6. Navigate to the 'telemetry_dump.nkt' file. Import it.
7. Open the test that appeared now. Right-click it and press 'Open test'.
8. Now the laps from your test should appear. Disable the laps you are not interested in to analyse (right-click -> 'Disable lap'). This keep the window clear and eases your analysis process.
9. Now, the important one: create a track map of the track you drove on. This is the key. First. Click on one of the laps in which you made no big mistakes. This will be lap uses for plotting the track map so make sure the lap was representative and clean. Click 'Map' in the menu and then 'New'. From the white listbox, select the preferred lap again. Now, the track you drove on should be plotted on the left. Check if the track is shown correctly. You might have to mirror the track. Save the track using the name of the track, for example 'Newbury'.
10. With the track being plotted, analysis can start. Click the 'Plot measures in a graph' button (or press Ctrl-F2 to load it) to start the analysis graph. On the left, you see all telemetry objects, like speed, gear, suspension travel, etc. First of all, down low, enable the laps you want to analyse and hide the ones you don't want to see (use the checkboxes to do this). Note what happens on the left of the screen - it will show/hide the telemetry data of that lap. Then, click on the button that says 'SPEED'. Also check the checkbox in front of it and see what happens. It will now add the speed data on the Y-axis of the graph on the right. Now we're going to add the magic - the track map we just created. Click 'Map'->'Show track map' or press Shift-F1 to enable the map. The track map should now pop up. Make sure you select at least two laps down low and immediately see the data plotted in the graph. Now comes the cool thing. Click somewhere on the track and see the + sign changing. Now check the data on the left. You can see the data at any moment in the lap. This way, you can scroll along the track. Also see the line being plotted in the main graph. You can easily see where you lost time and find out the reason why.
11. Finetune. You might encounter some issues. For example, the gears won't display correctly. It will be ranged from 2 to 7, while the gears are of course 1 to 6. To correct this, press the button that is labeled "...". You will see under 'Value = (Value x A) + B' the values 1 and 0. Change the 0 into -1 to update the data and see the gears being shown correctly now.