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  1. Hey guys! I'm trying to do something like this guy was trying to do but in reverse (from 2d to 3d) what settings should I use on the calculator? Also, should I convert osu! sens to Fortnite and then Fortnite to the another games? Or osu! to each game? Thank you for the help, very appreciated. (Sorry for my English, it isn't my native language)
  2. Hey guys been having a lot of trouble getting my Fortnite settings over if anyone can point me in the right direction. Current Fortnite settings DPI - 800 In-game sens - .05 Targeting ads- .70 Scope - .55 (This comes from my Overwatch widow scope of 38) Please help out or point me in the right direction. The scope feels right but my ADS feels a little off. I have the paid subscription here but I haven't figured out how to work it as well as I want.
  3. Daddelgreis

    Need Help

    I dont know why ... but the complete converter not works for me (check Attachment) ... My Question is only when i play Fortnite with 2400 DPI and 7 Ingame what is the same sens by Overwatch (103Fov) ? Big thx to all <3 by the way ... Paypal not works for German Guys to Donate :/
  4. I am very confused. Let me try to explain this as best as I can. I am trying to get a process down where I can easily match sensitivities across games using CSGO as my main starting point for sensitivity. I have already learned that, for muscle memory, using the viewspeed conversion is best, even if 360 distance varies a bit due to different fovs in different games. I've decided that I can live with that and aiming at what is in front of me is most important. So viewspeed conversion it is. Here is the part where I get confused. When I was using the calculator to convert from my CSGO sens to hipfire in PUBG I got a sens and rolled with it. Then, while still using CSGO sens as the first game in the calculator I followed up by adjusting all the different ADS and scope sensitivities in PUBG by changing the aim option for PUBG while the CSGO section remained the same. Just out of curiosity I decided to replace the first game from CSGO to PUBG and use the hipfire sens that I got earlier from the CSGO conversion. When I proceeded to check if all the ADS and scope sensitivities still lined up with the results I got before I realized that I got slightly different numerical results for sensitivities. I'm so confused because I thought the hipfire sens that I got in PUBG from CSGO would essentially be the same starting point for all the other PUBG sensitivities but for whatever reason if I convert using the PUBG "43" sens instead of CSGO "2" sens I get different numbers even though the PUBG number is literally converted from the CSGO sens. I feel like I'm missing something. What is the proper protocol for adjusting all sensitivities in one game? Maybe its because the in game sliders are less accurate in PUBG? I am after all using in game settings because I don't want to risk a ban by tinkering with config files. I'm sorry if this is confusing but its so hard to explain which is frankly part of the reason I'm confused about the whole thing myself. It's late now so I don't have time to take screenshots, but I will later if needed. Any help is appreciated.
  5. I can't deal with low vertical sensitivity
  6. Thought this website would simplify and make conversions easier, but it has made things even more confusing... I primarily play fortnite on 800 dpi 0.06 x and y. 0.65 scope and 0.70 ads. 1440 x 1080 res 24 " monitor. I would like to transfer my sensitivity to csgo and aimhero to practise. I have been practising on aim hero using 50.53 fov, same sens. is this accurate? and for csgo what calculation should i use to calculate (hipfire) and (scope 1 awp ssg) someone please help!
  7. May someone convert my Fortnite settings into Warface and Rainbow Six Siege? It's only for premium members so i can't do it myself. Settings: 800 DPI / 0.10 / 2560x1440 resolution if needed. Would appreciate that, thank you
  8. So, while we wait for a PUBG-slider like on Fortnite this guy here released a little program to change the sensitivity (as you probably have seen mentioned on the calculator, and in the comments, that guy and me, were talking about how to get the X/Y sens to more like 1:1, bear in mind that it's not a perfect 1:1, but still it's pretty close. Enjoy!
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