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Rapolas #1 27/02/2015 - 18h10

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Hi, I just built and set up a 3-point clip along with a PS3 Eye with the IR filter successfully removed (I have not installed any light-blocker like the floppy disk method yet, I was testing in extremely low light conditions, the only other light source was my monitors).  I installed the CL drivers, Freetrack, and the Freetrack patch (I patched before launching freetrack for the first time).  Using CL-test, I have been able to test the LEDs and they show up nice and bright to the Eye.

However, when I launch into Freetrack and press Start, it instantly crashes, no error code, just the "this has stopped working" prompt box.  If I try to mess with the camera settings from within Freetrack (pressing the Camera button before pressing start), it will also crash as soon as I try to alter the exposure setting.  In addition, once I have attempted and failed to use Freetrack, the orange light remains lit on the Eye, and CL-test displays nothing but black emptiness from then on, even when reconnecting the Eye and restarting my computer.  The only way that I have found to get back to square one is to uninstall and reinstall both the drivers and Freetrack.

I get the feeling that I'm missing some important step here, has anyone else had this problem?  I will be happy to provide more details and pictures upon request.  Thanks for any help!
Stormrider #2 27/02/2015 - 18h29

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check in cl-test what fps you are using, in freetrack it must be the same, they are probably different.

In this post is explained all the steps you have to do.

regards Stormrider
Rapolas #3 28/02/2015 - 01h28

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That worked like a charm!  Thanks!

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