Magic data performance variance factor ?

Posted by C490 
Magic data performance variance factor ?
Date: April 09, 2019 11:48AM
Posted by: C490
Hi Experts

Is there any magic data value reagarding "variance" (similar to performance file variance)
I am asking because even if i set 0 variance in the performance file, there is 0.5 sec random variance in qualifying lap times.
It only happens in certain mods (or trackpacks) , while other cases 0 variance means 0.01~0.02 sec randomness (still some)

Thank you
Re: Magic data performance variance factor ?
Date: April 09, 2019 04:39PM
Posted by: C490
I'm suspicios of those 2 values from magic data creates variance (on the top of the variance in the performance files)
desc63=random perf range min
desc64=random perf range max
Re: Magic data performance variance factor ?
Date: April 10, 2019 01:41AM
Posted by: TomMK
Yep I would suggest playing with those 2 MD values and see what results you get.

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