Last edited by Fish44; Sep 28 2011 at 20:57.
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Wow, that's cool! I want to try that as well.
Cool stuff indeed.
Thanks Fish44, had a go with it and I probably need to do some Mic tweeking as some commands "Return to Formation" -work fine in the test but not so well in-game.
Gonna have fun with this as the wifey laughs on
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Been using VAC since ArmA1 and find it hard to play games without it now (ArmA2 , MS FSX , SH4 etc,.). Almost makes the game seem like your playing with real people except the AI do what you ask them to instead of disappearing of into the distance to do their own thing.
TrackIR was touted for ArmA but I never use it in game except for flying. Simple button click gives me free look.
Strange, all my commands work except any of the ones having to do with Return to Formation.
This is how it sits in my .xml
...any tips to get this part working? For now I can say "Menu1-menu1" and that'll bring em back but it feels kinda sillyCode:- <command name="return to formation" phrase="return to formation" phrase1="form on me" phrase2="follow me" phrase3="fall back" phrase4="regroup" phrase5="follow my lead" category="Move"> <key value="11" extended="NONE" extended2="NONE" pause="100" repeat="1" duration="200" /> </command>
Also what are the few commands sitting down in the Activation box?
Edit- N/M. Nothing a brand new headset couldn't fix
Last edited by froggyluv; Mar 19 2010 at 21:23.
I couldn't figure out how to configure my mic in VAC. Does it just use the default Windows settings?
I tried this out in the VAC tester, and it seemed like a lot of the time it didn't recognize the proper command, even when I was speaking loudly and clearly. Is there any way to "train" it to your voice, or any suggestions on how to improve recognition of commands?
Second, yes most definitely you need to train the microsoft voice recognition software to your voice . This is what VAC uses. You can google it, but here a decent link here explaining it and setting up the mic. What you are looking for is 'Train your computer to better understand you' in the ease of access section of control panel. I would recommend 30mins, but it does not have to be done all at the same time.
Third, note that in my profile you have to hold the KP. (keypad period) key down, while you are speaking your commands. And vac must be 'ON' (right click the taskbar icon). You can change this key using the VAC Builder GUI.
Hope this helps
Very helpful, thanks! I was thinking the training might be necessary, but I wasn't sure how completely VAC interfaced with Windows.