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14/07/2014 16:59:40

fazz68
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it came in the post today and what can i say........... excellent. no more octopus finger camera controlling, flying around the gaff like a loon Big Grin me old first person shooter skills are flooding back and very handy in muvizu Big Grin
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14/07/2014 19:05:57

muvizu_chapMuvizu staff
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Was this an official Microsoft controller or a third party one?
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14/07/2014 19:26:29

Clam
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Fazz68, are you aware of the xpadder software that allows you to map every control to any Muvizu command? Works great for me.
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14/07/2014 19:43:09

fazz68
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muvizu_chap wrote:
Was this an official Microsoft controller or a third party one?


an official one, had a bit of a play about with it and im well impressed with the control it gives you.

@clam i wasnt aware but i am now Big Grin i'll check it out
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14/07/2014 19:53:59

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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I've been meaning to test this controller thing for ages, and then I seen your post and thought hang on, I've got something, it's not a 360 controller, but...
(rummages around)


...its an old Logitech Rumblepad 2 - it works very well, and it's profiler software lets you assign the button/axis. Hopefully that means just about any controller should work with Muvizu, although the proper 360 type would probably have the left Y axis the right way round to begin with (unlike mine)
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14/07/2014 20:47:23

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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I found an old Atari 2600 joy stick from "back in the day" but I doubt it will help much with my Muvizu endeavors.
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15/07/2014 03:11:25

urbanlamb
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Its my fault again this controller but glad you read the sentance i added at the very end about "you know you can use it for more then games"

I keep corrupting fazz with all my suggestions and ideas and "hey did you try this" and so he buys things .. so at least this purchase had multiple potential uses Big Grin
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16/07/2014 19:21:14

muvizu_chapMuvizu staff
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@mysto you can definitely get the Atari signal in to your PC http://www.retroconnection.de/ How well it will work with Muvizu is a different matter. If you fancy a little electronics project you can also DIY rather than cheating with an adapter!
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01/08/2014 10:58:40

fazz68
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Clam wrote:
Fazz68, are you aware of the xpadder software that allows you to map every control to any Muvizu command? Works great for me.


excellent bit of software, been playing about with it for a few days and it does the job brilliantly. cheers mate
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