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  1. you can try this. Place these files into C:\Windows\System32 .DLL.rar When you google those missing files, you will find more solutions to the problem.
  2. Those files belong to Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages, just reinstall those. You can find them here: C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles\data\updater\3rd_party\vcredist
  3. The procedure is a bit cumbersome , but you can try this:
  4. Great stuff! Interesting to look at it it from your perspective. It's always great fun to fly against you two. S!
  5. After pressing start you hear the game sound, but nothing happens. After pressing start again, error message
  6. I just tried again, but no luck.
  7. It's not working for me. After pressing start I can hear myself fly and shoot and all, but all i see is the starting screen. When I press start again I get an "already spawned error".
  8. Hi, I made a tutorial on trimming your joystick in Windows. If you guys know if there is software out there that can do all this, please let me know.
  9. Sadly you cannot trim most of the planes in Flying Circus. For me it means that I cannot fly the Dr.1, Albatros or Pfalz because of the stiffness of my Warthog. It's very hard on my arm, plus I find it more difficult to control the plane wile pushing the stick forward with such force. I found a solution to this problem by trimming my joystick before flight. If I want to fly the Dr.1 for example, I'll do the following: 1. Type "joystick" or "setup USB controllers" in the Windows search bar. 2. Select "setup USB controllers. 1. Highlight your joystick. 2. Select Properties. 3.Select Settings in the new menu. 4. Select Calibrate. 5. Go through the calibration process. At the end of the calibration you will be asked to "Verify the Center Point". Do this by pulling the stick straight BACK for a certain amount of degrees and press a button on your stick. Pulling back on the stick during the final part of the calibration made the center point of the joystick move up. In game, the center position moved up as well (to see this, first move your joystick up and down a bit). For me this is the sweet spot for flying the Dr.1. I got there by trial and error. It all depends on how far you pull the stick back during the final part of the calibration. I got creative and made little tool that helps me replicate how far I need to pull back on the stick during calibration for each plane. In case i want to fly a different plane, I calibrate the joystick in less then 10 seconds an start the game, et voila. Mind you that changing the center point, changes the behavior of the sensitivity. Best is to turn it of and go from there. It may all be a bit cumbersome, but it is the only way to trim your plane before flight and it gave me al lot of joy and added value to the game. S!
  10. I think i figured out a workaround. I just flew the dr 1 without having to pitch the stick forward. It should work for every joystick (i have a warthog). If i have the time, i will make a tutorial on this as soon as tomorrow.
  11. Here: C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles\data\Tracks
  12. Hi Zoo, Are you by any chance planning on activating this new SRS thing on the server? Would be much appreciate as I'm forced to type with my keyboard on my lap. Attention Pilots! We have partnered with our friend Ciribob who is the creator of the SimpleRadio Standalone (SRS) app to give IL-2 native SRS support. Ciribob has made a special version of SRS for IL-2 that fits the needs of our simulation and community without making it overly complicated. This small, but powerful app gives Sturmovik pilots and tank crews a way to have VOIP communications more integrated and easier to manage. We have built special support for SRS that allows users to automatically connect voice comms to hosted "SRS enabled" IL-2 servers and start communicating instantly with your fellow pilots upon joining. You can also select one of 5 channels to talk to your squad-mates or use an intercom to talk to your aircraft or tank crew. There is also an overlay that works in certain screen modes, but the point is to allow you to navigate and use SRS easily with your HOTAS or keyboard without the need to look at a menu. You can assign push-to-talk buttons for the radio channels and your intercom . You can also assign buttons to change channels. SRS is easy to use and setup. Special thanks for Ciaran Fisher aka Ciribob for his amazingly fast work in helping us bring SRS support to IL-2 and to the Sturmovik Team for also doing a great job building the support. And special thanks to @71st_AH_Hooves for suggesting SRS and putting us in touch with Ciribob. NOTE: This is not the same SRS app used in other flight-sims. SRS for IL-2 is similar, but has been tailor made for our product. IMPORTANT: The final release build of SRS for IL-2 is not quite ready yet, but will be released soon. Jason Quick-Start Guide for IL-2: SRS DOWNLOAD SRS for IL-2 (this link will always point to the latest build) NOTE: SRS for IL-2 only works with Win8 and newer. Installation for Clients and Servers 1. Unzip contents of the SRS archive to any folder you wish. Setup for Clients 1. Edit data/startup.cfg in the game directory - add the lines below at the bottom (without the game running): [KEY = telemetrydevice] addr = "127.0.0.1" decimation = 2 enable = true port = 4322 [END] If you use a Jet Seat / SimShaker and have an entry already as below: [KEY = telemetrydevice] addr = "127.0.0.1" decimation = 2 enable = true port = 29373 [END] Edit the entry to match below - adding the second addr1 = "127.0.0.1:4322" [KEY = telemetrydevice] addr = "127.0.0.1" addr1 = "127.0.0.1:4322" decimation = 2 enable = true port = 29373 [END] 2. Run the IL2-SRS-Client.exe and keep it running in the background any time you launch IL-2. You can of course minimize the app. 3. You can then configure speakers, microphones etc. The Optional Mic Output setting will send all Microphone output to your selected output device for recording etc. Use Preview Audio to check everything is working correctly. Increase the Speaker Boost if you’re too quiet. 4. Make sure to bind in controls such as Push-to-Talk, Radio Select, Intercom Select and Toggle Overlay. At a minimum. you should bind hotkeys for channels or use the SRS overlay to change things. Note that SRS also detects joystick button presses to ease set up. 5. On the SRS overlay which you can toggle On and Off - you can select the current channel, set the volume for the Radio and intercom and control its opacity. Other information will be displayed on the small info screen when you connect to a server. The red lights will turn green depending on whether you are speaking on the Radio or the Intercom. The window can also be resized as desired. NOTE: The overlay does not appear in Full-Screen mode or in VR. To use the overlay buttons, you will also need to Alt-Tab to access it while in game. We strongly suggest you configure your Hotkeys for SRS to greatly simplify its usage. 6. You can connect to a server by either auto-connecting when you join a game server or by manually entering the SRS server address for that game server. The Server Host will need to turn on the auto-connect feature for auto-connect to work. If you choose to manually enter the SRS server in advance of joining a game server, you'll need to enter the public IP for that server. By default, the port is assumed to be 6002. Enter the IP and port like so 192.168.2.23:6002 Once your SRS is set up, joining an IL-2 server that has SRS running with auto-connect will allow you to almost instantly begin communicating with your fellow pilots. All Clients will be initially dropped into Channel 1 by default. You can then change the channel. Client Settings - Auto Connect Prompt - If disabled you will be connected to the correct IL2-SRS server without a blocking prompt - Auto Connect Mismatch prompt - if enabled - you will be warned when you are auto-connecting to a different IL2-SRS server than you are currently - Reset Radio Overlay - Brings the radio overlay back to focus if it falls off the screen due to monitor changes - Hide Overlay Taskbar item - Removes IL2-SRS from the taskbar - just leaving the Tray Icon - Auto Refocus IL2 - Attempts to give focus back to IL-2 after interacting with the overlay to avoid alt-tab - Allow More Input Devices - Increases the number of recognized input devices but can cause issues. Only enable if absolutely necessary - Microphone Auto Gain - attempts to normalize microphone volume. - Microphone Noise Suppression - attempts to minimize background noise - Minimize to Tray - If enabled SRS will hide the main window and minimize to the tray icon - Check for Beta Updates - Alerts when beta updates are available - Play Connection sounds - enables an audio effect on connect and disconnect - Require Admin - Runs SRS in administrator mode. This is needed if keyboard hotkeys are used. If no keyboard hotkeys are required, this setting can be safely turned off - Show Transmitter Name - When receiving a radio transmission you’ll see the name of the transmitter. Requires the server to have enabled this setting too - Profiles - SRS can be setup to have different profiles, allowing you to switch all control settings and all profile settings quickly - Radio Rx Effects - Enables and disables the Radio Receive sound - Radio Tx Effects - Enables and disables the Radio Transmit sound - Radio Switch works as Push To Talk - If enabled, instead of pressing the PTT button to talk, you can press and hold either Radio or Intercom switch to switch and speak in one press - Enable Radio Voice Effect - enables a realistic radio effect to all incoming radio transmissions - Enable Clipping Effect - enables a further realistic radio effect. If enabled you will need to increase the Speaker Boost as the volume will be reduced - Radio Audio Channel - sets the balance for the radio transmission. Fully Left or Right will put the transmission in one ear - Intercom Radio Channel - sets the balance for the intercom transmission. Fully Left or Right will put the transmission in one ear Setup for Servers 1. Install .Net http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=2085155 (usually installed already with Win10, but worth double checking) 2. Download and extract the SRS archive to any folder you wish. 3. Run the sr-server.exe and open ports 6002 TCP and UDP on your router or any firewalls by Port-Forwarding. Leave the app running in the background while your server is up and operating. 4. Add the public IP and port to DServer or the in-game server setup screen. Adding the public IP will automatically enable the auto-connect feature for clients. 5. In the server settings - if you enable Coalition Security - only allies can hear each other. i.e Red to Red, Blue to Blue, Spectator to Spectator. Client Admin - Allows you to see a list of clients currently connected, mute them temporarily, disconnect or ban them Auto Export List - will save a file called client-list.json to the same directory as your SRS server - allowing for integration into other tools Realistic TX Behavior - If ON makes the radio half duplex. You will not be able to hear incoming transmissions when you transmit Check for beta updates - Enables SRS to look for updates flagged as Beta Show Tuned Client count - if ON will show the number of people currently tuned to a radio channel or intercom on the Client Radio overlay Global Lobby Freq - Don't modify - ignore for now Show Transmitter Name - If enabled, and enabled client side - shows the name of the pilot currently transmitting We hope you enjoy using SRS for IL-2.
  13. I think what you need to do is play the Fr file in il-2, then record it with a recorder like windows 10 (not the same as Windows 10 Movie Maker) or nvidia.Then use that footage in Windows 10 Movie Maker to edit.
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