Shoot your weapon and watch the mag counter while doing it, then you know how long it takes for the host to register your input.
fell asleep at 1:34
i lost interest when i realised it was a static image 3 secs
the beginning is boring, skip it to 4:00 or so, not my video.
i bit and started at 4:00.. lasted till 4:13 then gave up again.
can you do us a cliff notes version?
Its a long video but the meaning behind it is pretty simple. When you shoot your gun take a look at your bullets and how long it takes for the host to register, on your screen you shoot the bullets (visualy from your gun) but on the host screen (bullet counter bottom right corner) you did with a delay.
Basically the buttom right corner (your bullet counter) is what the Host sees, when you shoot your gun and its takes lets say for example 300ms to decrease your bullets then the 300ms are your delay.
I am not that good in explaining in, i hope you understand what i mean. This is not lag compensation, this is natural lag, or maybe both.
I'm going to skip the video but I understood your explanation and appreciate the information. I learned something new.
Much like I learned last night that the LSAT actually has a bullet counter on the gun. I know not as useful as your info but I just thought that was too cool and had to share. Sometimes the little things just amuse me so much.
Is there any way you could add faceplanting kittens or boobs to the video? This.....this may keep me awake.
not my video, found it on youtube but its very interesting when you skip the boring part.