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Apex Legends

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2 hours ago, Contrololol said:

Are config file FOV's working yet? set it to config and it still just gives an in game result

Will try to update the FOV calculations soon.

22 minutes ago, noaimBoii said:

How do I use the fov scale to match a 16:9 103 horizontal fov? What value does it scale from?

It scales from 70 horizontal 4:3 based FOV.

3 minutes ago, xjohnnysunami said:

I'm having problems with converting my sensivity from Fortnite to Apex. My Fortnite hipfire sensivity is 0.5, DPI is 800. Whenever i try to convert that, it says "Calculated sensitivity too high for Hipfire: 50.500000 (max is 20)". I tried converting hipfire to hipfire, but still the same message. Thanks in advance!

Set the Location in Fortnite to In-game.

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Hello, 

How I can add my fortnite ADS sensitivity into the calcultor ? I only managed to convert hipfire 

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Just now, borysn said:

What does MDV0 mean? Can you have same 360 distance on all scopes in this game?

Same 360 distance on all scopes would be terrible. MDV 0% basically means that the tracking speed of each scope is the same, like when tracking a moving target across the screen.

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Just now, FeroCT said:

Does anyone know if the ADS fov is fixed or if it's a multiple of your general fov?

It's a multiple, and if you fill out your configured FOV it will automatically be calculated by the calculator if you select ADS as aim ;)

See the Actual HFOV in the output.

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2 hours ago, DPI Wizard said:

Same 360 distance on all scopes would be terrible. MDV 0% basically means that the tracking speed of each scope is the same, like when tracking a moving target across the screen.

Well, I use same 360 distance on all scopes in all games and I'm owning. That's the only way you can learn to use your muscle memory properly. Otherwise you just have to eyeball everything which is way slower and has many disadvantages (eg. you can't aim if you can't see the enemy, like flash grande for example). Well, I won't play the game then.

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1 minute ago, borysn said:

Well, I use same 360 distance on all scopes in all games and I'm owning. That's the only way you can learn to use your muscle memory properly.

That's impossible for most games, I think you are misunderstanding something.

If you have the same 360 distance, let's say 20 cm, for hipfire, 6x and 10x, the 6x and 10x would be insanely fast. 

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14 hours ago, sonorciff said:

Sorry, but can you explain why 1.240857? Assuming the scale is a multiple of 70, and Overwatch's Hdeg Res is 103, shouldn't the multiple be more like 1.2376?

You are correct, was a small error there :)

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Hello at the moment can I transfer my battlefield 5 sensitivity to Apex? Reinstalling Battlefield 5 right now just to check what my settings were

sorry I am honestly a bit slow, its pretty tough trying to understand all this gettign it perfect.

My FOV on battlefield v was 74, my hipfire sensitivity 20% and ads multiplier was at 70%, what I'm asking is if it is possible to translate this into Apex Legends at the moment through ingame options? 

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clarification

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trying to get my ADS sens the same as my hipfire sens. my hipfire 360 dist is ~16 inches, but every time i convert it to  the 360 dist says ~22 inches for my ads (i also want this to be 16). Any help wold be appreciated.

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1 minute ago, HexMurder said:

trying to get my ADS sens the same as my hipfire sens. my hipfire 360 dist is ~16 inches, but every time i convert it to  the 360 dist says ~22 inches for my ads (i also want this to be 16). Any help wold be appreciated.

Change the conversion method for ADS to 360 distance:

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3 hours ago, DPI Wizard said:

That's impossible for most games, I think you are misunderstanding something.

If you have the same 360 distance, let's say 20 cm, for hipfire, 6x and 10x, the 6x and 10x would be insanely fast. 

What do you mean it would be insanely fast? Same 360 distance means same speed. I move my mouse X inches to rotate Y degrees. With same 360 distance the speed is the same no matter the zoom level. I think you are getting confused by and optical illusion, cause it in fact LOOKS faster (cause of FOV), but you actually cover the same in-game distance. And it is possible in most PC games (PUBG, BFV etc.). I usually have trouble with console imports like Destiny 2 or this game exactly.

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2 minutes ago, borysn said:

What do you mean it would be insanely fast? Same 360 distance means same speed. I move my mouse X inches to rotate Y degrees. With same 360 distance the speed is the same no matter the zoom level. And it is possible in most PC games (PUBG, BFV etc.). I usualy have trouble with console imports like Destiny 2 or this game exactly.

Tell me what are your settings in PUBG and BFV? Because if you have the same 360 distance on hipfire and 15x/10x scopes you have a very special preference.

Yes, you cover the same degrees pr. inch mouse movement, but with for instance the 15x scope in PUBG your entire screen only covers 6.67 degrees compared to (usually) 103 degrees in first person hipfire. This means that if moving the crosshair 10 inches on the monitor require 1.6 inches in hipfire it will only require 0.1 inches with 15x scope if the 360 distance is the same. And that is insanely fast.

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Howdy fellas, was wondering if anyone can "clarify" something for me just so I know I'm not messing up, trying to transfer my Battlefield 5 sensitivities over to Apex, my BFV FOV was 74 , my hipfire sensitivity was 20% and the "multiplier" was 70%. In this screenshot, does this look like the *correct* version for my hipfire? sorry to be a pain 

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Thanks very much, do you know how I would go about finding my ADS sensitivity? Just trying to get my ADS at 70% of my hipfire sensitivity, apologies again I'm at a loss at the moment, im a complete beginner 

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Just now, xdxdflamerdog said:

Thanks very much, do you know how I would go about finding my ADS sensitivity? Just trying to get my ADS at 70% of my hipfire sensitivity, apologies again I'm at a loss at the moment, im a complete beginner 

Do you have USA on or off in BFV? If on, what value? Is ADS FOV on?

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6 minutes ago, xdxdflamerdog said:

I have USA off in BFV, ADS FOV is on

Convert directly between aims in the two games, since Apex will scale differently than BFV you can only choose one aim however.

Like in this example (change resolution and DPI etc according to your settings) converting from 1.5x to ADS since they have similar FOV:

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