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yoke animation lag

Hi all,
I have done in blender a yoke animation with length 100 , ( frame 50 as "0" position )
in the sim works , but I have a lag specially in LR moving. A little bit less in forward / back move.

my xml code is :
<UseTemplate Name="ASOBO_GT_Anim_Code">

<UseTemplate Name="ASOBO_GT_Anim_Code">

I don't understand why I have these lag in movement.
You can try adding a <ANIM_LAG>0</ANIM_LAG> element to ensure there is no lag

But your other problem is the yoke positions return values from -100 to +100 and your animation is only going to show -50 to +50. Half of your yoke movements will do nothing because you have hit the limits. I don't know if this is the problem you are seeing.

The following will show the full range of motion by scaling the yoke position down to -50 to +50.

<ANIM_CODE>(A:YOKE X POSITION,percent) 0.5 * 50 +</ANIM_CODE>
Hi Anthony31
Thanks for your reply. I tried but doesn't work as expected
for example I speak about one axis ( LEFT/RIGHT ) I tryed:
1) animation with 100 frames total , frame 0 left , frame 50 neutral , frame 100 right , and <ANIM_LAG>0</ANIM_LAG>, <ANIM_CODE>(A:YOKE Y POSITION,percent) 50 + </ANIM_CODE> = animation with lag
2) animation with 100 frames total , frame 0 left , frame 50 neutral , frame 100 right , and <ANIM_LAG>0</ANIM_LAG>, <ANIM_CODE>(A:YOKE Y POSITION,percent) 0.5*50 + </ANIM_CODE> = animation with lag
3) ( test just to change something ) animation with 200 frames total , frame 0 left , frame100 neutral , frame 200 right , and <ANIM_LAG>0</ANIM_LAG>, <ANIM_CODE>(A:YOKE Y POSITION,percent) 100 + </ANIM_CODE> = animation with lag

Sorry but I can't be much more help. The only thing I could suggest is to make sure your animation in Blender is linear (use the graph editor to check). By default Blender uses curves which doesn't give straight animation.


don't use the Yoke parameter. Personally I animate my joysticks with Aileron and Elevator Position. If you use Simvars to monitor Yoke X Position, Yoke X Indicator and Aileron Position you may notice that Yoke X Position doesn't always return the same values as the other two.
Did you find a solution for it ?

I'm having the same issue also using the standard ASOBO template "ASOBO_HANDLING_Yoke_Template"