Discussion in 'Community Support' started by obotar3, Jan 12, 2021 at 9:43 PM.
this video I think, at which time?
you should be to watch it now
Hey this is 2hrs 10 min! When do you hear it? If you hover with your mouse over the video you can see a time bar, and then please tell us at which time.
you should hear it on the first lap
I cant hear anything unusual
wait till he goes to cockpit view
Brakes for sure
i watched entire first lap, maybe if you would be helpful for the first time and provide specific timestamp...
its 19 minutes in when goes into cockpit view
thank you i will test my other cars for the the same
my w t c c and touring classics and my g t o classics have the problem
its cold brakes whine (if you mean the sound you can hear at 19:17)
thank you that has cleared it up for me
It's not a problem, it's a sound feature.
No reason to leave?!
i will not leave now its clear to me
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The brake squeal/whine sound is explained good here:
It also decreases when the brakes are heated up ^^
how do you turn the sound feature off
When at the main menu, click on the gear icon in the upper right of your screen.
I would post a screen shot but I'm using the new UI and it looks a lot different than the non-beta UI, however; the settings are mostly titled the same. The screens look a bit different.
What you are looking for is similar to this...
Sound options, Advanced, Brake Squeal volume.
Lower the Brake Squeal volume slider to zero.
Again, the wording may be a little different. Instead of "Sound" you may be looking for "Audio". It's been a long time since I had to mess around with the sound/audio settings, and I had to look to see where the Brake Squeal settings were.
Something about the brake squeal, it is really helpful to gauge if your brakes are up to temperature without having to take your eyes off of the action in front of you. In my experience, the squeal was annoying at first, but I learned that if I hear it, I may need to brake longer or harder until the brakes are at optimal temps. Once the brakes are up to temp (in the green on OtterHUD), then the squealing goes away. But to each, their own.
I hope this helps.
it does thank you
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