Player profile - Joseph K

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Name: Joseph K
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Country: United Kingdom GB
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RC Clubs: Cotswold Model Car Club
VRC Clubs: oOplers, Wycombe Radio Car Club, The Onroad Podcast
Favorite brands: Schumacher R/C Racing
Favorite VRC tracks: VRC Carpet 2, Rhein-Main, MHS Raceway 1
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I race Tamiya M-Chassis, 1:10 EP Off-Road, and 1:10 EP Touring Cars.

I first got into RC just after I left school - racing at Peterlee Buggy Club. I raced 4WD 1:10 EP Off-Road f...
   
Best skill rating: 1:10 Electric on-road Spec   rating: 9.55 (Pro)
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Social status: Level2

Raise your game - Pt 1 - Graphic Opti... added: 15.08.2012

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description: Raise your game - Pt 1 - Graphic Options
source: youtube
rating:   rating=5.0 / 5, votes: 10
views: 2375   comments: 12   (last on 16.10.2014 [15:00])
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16.10.2014 [15:00]
This video series should be part of the welcome to vrc email at sign up.

Thanks for sharing this. I subscribed and look forward to more excellent videos.
24.08.2012 [16:27]
Go Joe , thanx for advice and tips
18.08.2012 [10:53]
Joseph, you did great video's.
17.08.2012 [15:38]
Loving the game so far and great Vids by Joseph!!!
17.08.2012 [11:48]
Posted by: Joseph Keaveney (GB) on 17.8.2012 7:40:47 (UTC) Marco, wih your mod powers, can you please delete this reply? Edited by author: 17.8.2012 7:47:50 GMT

Sorry, I cannot. Maybe Tim can remove it? (along with this reply?)
17.08.2012 [08:40]
Marco, wih your mod powers, can you please delete this reply?

Edited by author: 17.8.2012 7:47:50 GMT
17.08.2012 [08:29]
Posted by: Marco Hooghuis (NL) on 16.8.2012 17:09:07 (UTC) A few notes here. I've found that using the software of your graphics card to alter anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering you tend to get a little bit better performance. Also, anisotropic filtering doesn't really do anything (visual at least) above 4x. So just leave it at 4 :-) But good explanation and nice video. Edited by author: 16.8.2012 17:09:28 GMT


Thanks Marco,

I'll add an annotation to this video with your suggestion.

Cheers
16.08.2012 [18:09]
A few notes here. I've found that using the software of your graphics card to alter anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering you tend to get a little bit better performance. Also, anisotropic filtering doesn't really do anything (visual at least) above 4x. So just leave it at 4 :-)
But good explanation and nice video.

Edited by author: 16.8.2012 17:09:28 GMT
16.08.2012 [10:31]
This is MOST EXCELLENT.
I think it should be automatically viewed by any new user...these settings are SOOO important. Without setting them right can REALLY effect your experience...as Agent J says.
Can't wait for more video's...keep em coming Agent J.
15.08.2012 [20:08]
Great video, and simply fantastic that someone is doing this, really appreciate it Joe. Thanks a lot!
15.08.2012 [20:05]
Nice work! Great video.
15.08.2012 [19:00]
Joseph, very interesting work.

I'm sure you appreciate the many members.

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