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Brno 1937 - Early WIP

Post by Cristian Luis on Wed 31 Aug - 19:48

What it could be...



Track Data
Ciircuit: Masaryk Ring (1930 - 1937)
Track lenght: 29,139 km
Number of laps: 11
Latitude = 49.17331
Longitude = 16.54669
Altitude level avobe the sea = 255 meters
TimezoneRelativeGMT = +2 hours
Max track elevation change: 171 meters


Well... at the moment, is a Work In Progress. But don't count on it.

If this project succeeds, I will make a big announcement. because this leviathan circuit only can be done with team work and mutual collaboration.

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Post by De Lacrowe on Wed 31 Aug - 20:50

to Cristian Luis : Can I ask you what OS are you using for this job? It does not look like win10, have you tried already? Question
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Post by Cristian Luis on Wed 31 Aug - 21:26

De Lacrowe wrote:to Cristian Luis : Can I ask you what OS are you using for this job? It does not look like win10, have you tried already? Question

Of course you can ask me that question, De Lacrowe!

You see?

You have done it!

Razz

Anyway...

Well, I use Windows 7, configured at maximum performance (although only one year ago, I used Windows XP). Because of these implementations, my desktop looks like Windows 98. I have not tested Windows 10 yet, because I am happy with Windows 7.

Back to topic from here!

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Re: Brno 1937 - Early WIP

Post by Wookey on Sat 3 Sep - 12:27

Well, as an historic track, it sure would be welcomed. And we even have some 1935 cars to race on it. So... Now it is HUGE ! I hope you can handle it.
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Re: Brno 1937 - Early WIP

Post by F1CFan1804 on Sun 4 Sep - 15:44

Cristian, do you already have the elevation data, otherwise I could give them to you, though I don't know how to share an elevation profile from Google Earth.

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Post by Cristian Luis on Mon 5 Sep - 11:23

F1CFan1804 wrote:Cristian, do you already have the elevation data, otherwise I could give them to you, though I don't know how to share an elevation profile from Google Earth.

No, I haven't got the elevation data. I tried to have it and apply it for the Brno circuit, but I need the plus version of 3D route builder.

If you have it, please, send it to me.

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Post by F1CFan1804 on Tue 6 Sep - 10:06

Cristian Luis wrote:
F1CFan1804 wrote:Cristian, do you already have the elevation data, otherwise I could give them to you, though I don't know how to share an elevation profile from Google Earth.

No, I haven't got the elevation data. I tried to have it and apply it for the Brno circuit, but I need the plus version of 3D route builder.

If you have it, please, send it to me.

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Maybe a good tip, but if you make a path on Google Earth with the exact roads that the circuit uses (which was a really long and tedious job for this one, but really crucial Razz ), then save that path, right click the name of the path in the folder places, and click 'Show elevation profile', there should be a readable elevation data screen in the bottom of your Google Earth screen. This could also be done in the free version of Google Earth, which I'm using for this. A second advantage of these paths is that you can also export them as .kmp files, which can be imported into Bob's Track Builder (I don't know how it works if you use other software), so the road surface is already in the right shape and length etc. (I guess the 3d route builder can do that as well, but this gives you two in one). However, you do have to add the elevation data manually, waypoint by waypoint, so it's still a lot of work, but it does make for great realism (at least, if the Google Earth data was correct in the first place)

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Re: Brno 1937 - Early WIP

Post by Cristian Luis on Tue 6 Sep - 10:48

F1CFan1804 wrote:
Cristian Luis wrote:
F1CFan1804 wrote:Cristian, do you already have the elevation data, otherwise I could give them to you, though I don't know how to share an elevation profile from Google Earth.

No, I haven't got the elevation data. I tried to have it and apply it for the Brno circuit, but I need the plus version of 3D route builder.

If you have it, please, send it to me.

Regards,
Cristian

Maybe a good tip, but if you make a path on Google Earth with the exact roads that the circuit uses (which was a really long and tedious job for this one, but really crucial Razz ), then save that path, right click the name of the path in the folder places, and click 'Show elevation profile', there should be a readable elevation data screen in the bottom of your Google Earth screen. This could also be done in the free version of Google Earth, which I'm using for this. A second advantage of these paths is that you can also export them as .kmp files, which can be imported into Bob's Track Builder (I don't know how it works if you use other software), so the road surface is already in the right shape and length etc. (I guess the 3d route builder can do that as well, but this gives you two in one). However, you do have to add the elevation data manually, waypoint by waypoint, so it's still a lot of work, but it does make for great realism (at least, if the Google Earth data was correct in the first place)

Thanks, F1CFan1804!

Well...

Following your tips, I have analyzed the whole track in Google Earth. Elevations are very unrealistic, sadly. If I do Brno37 by this way, elevation changes would be similar to Bremgarten Circuit by Jalnervion: very nice and spectacular, but unrealistic.

I think my only solution is 3D Route Builder plus. I tried to do this with KML altitude filter, but the track is too big.

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Re: Brno 1937 - Early WIP

Post by Lee67 on Tue 6 Sep - 13:49

I'm lookin' for this track, Cristian! Thank you very for it much in the advance!
Good luck! Smile
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Post by Cristian Luis on Fri 9 Sep - 10:16

Lee67 wrote:I'm lookin' for this track, Cristian! Thank you very for it much in the advance!
Good luck! Smile

Thanks, Lee67!
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