** NOTE - This tuning requires SimRacingStudio 2.4 or higher. ** Below is a tuning for GTA V. Though motion is supported by SRS, the telemetry output is highly inaccurate. It has been tuned to work with only vehicles in the game (See WARNING! OUT OF VEHICLE MOTION below). The telemetry output is not entirely based on g-forces, so Pitch, Roll, and Yaw will match the angle of the vehicle in the game. Traction Loss has been disabled as it does not accurately represent true traction loss movement and is corrupted by some unknown value. Yaw has also been disabled as it only matches the direction of the vehicle in the game.
It is HIGHLY recommended you use an emergency stop button or other process to prevent motion to the platform while on foot.
WARNING! OUT OF VEHICLE MOTION - When playing outside of a vehicle, such as just walking around town, there will be motion via telemetry to the platform. There is no way to disable this motion as there is no way to make the distinction between a car, helicopter, plane, bike and the actual walking player character. Thus, there will be EXTREME movement of the platform if the on-foot character falls, is hit by a car, or jumps out of a car or aircraft. It's HIGHLY recommended to disable movement of your platform while in this mode and re-enable it when entering a vehicle. Otherwise, unexpected and unintentional extremely jarring movements will occur when traveling by foot in Los Santos.
INACCURATE MOVEMENTS: The motion support for GTA V is not officially supported by Rockstar and the telemetry available has been created by the general GTA V community. Therefor, it will not be accurate, it is buggy, and it can cause unexpected movements. The tuning below was created to balance the telemetry to make it a fun experience when driving. It will not be as accurate as supported racing or flying titles.
Special Note for YawVR Users: Since Yaw is directly related to the direction the vehicle is pointed, it can be enabled on YawVR platforms. It will need to be tuned appropriately and the initial suggested values could be utilized: Yaw Effects Slider at 15 and Max Telemetry at 180. This has not been tested or verified, but a good starting point.
Special Note for DOF Reality H6/P6 Users: It is recommended to disable Enhanced G-Forces at the bottom of the Motion Tuning page. This will ensure you feel Sway and Surge effects. This option only appears for these 6-axis platforms. If you prefer the feeling of Pitch or Roll when accelerating, braking, or turning, leave this setting ON, but you will not feel surge or sway while driving.
Grand Theft Auto V General Tuning
Notes: Yaw disabled to prevent movement based on directional facing. Traction Loss disabled due to corrupted telemetry Traction Loss output. Lag G Sway increased to compensate for lack of Traction Loss. All other effects tuned to remove extreme jarring movements while in a vehicle. No tuning has been provided for movement on foot.