FoV and sensitivity.

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4 years ago#1
Ahhh! It's like I'm wearing a fishbowl on my head while having neck pains, causing me to turn my head very slowly. Does anybody know how to fix either of these things?
4 years ago#2
Omnipotent_Cow posted...
Ahhh! It's like I'm wearing a fishbowl on my head while having neck pains, causing me to turn my head very slowly. Does anybody know how to fix either of these things?

To change FOV in game open console with the (~) key, and type "SetCameraFov 90" or "Fov 90" replace "90" with whatever you want but 90 looks best.

The console FOV change carries over between reloads, sessions, and reboots.

You can disable the mouse acceleration via "Documents/My Games/Skyrim/SkyrimPrefs.ini"

change bMouseAcceleration = 1" to "bMouseAcceleration = 0"
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4 years ago#3
the only mouse settings I have in pref's ini is this one...

fMouseHeadingSensitivity=0.0125
4 years ago#4
.ini file should look like: (Make a backup as needed)

bDoDepthOfField=1
bTreesReceiveShadows=0
bDrawLandShadows=0

bShowFloatingQuestMarkers=1
bShowQuestMarkers=1
bShowCompass=1
bMouseAcceleration=1
fAutosaveEveryXMins=15.0000

Chang to:

bDoDepthOfField=1
bTreesReceiveShadows=1
bDrawLandShadows=1

bShowFloatingQuestMarkers=1
bShowQuestMarkers=1
bShowCompass=1
bMouseAcceleration=0
fAutosaveEveryXMins=15.0000

game should look a little better and mouse acceleration turned off.

From TweakGuides:
VSync is automatically on and can't be disabled from within the game. This not only reduces FPS, it also introduces mouse lag. To disable VSync in Skyrim, add iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the [Display] section of the Skyrim.ini file.

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4 years ago#5
You're my hero, code.
4 years ago#6
hey code i dont have that mouse accelleration in my ini file....can i add it somewhere? very annoyed with the damn mouse, even with 3600 dpi setting its too slow and stuttering....
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4 years ago#8
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4 years ago#9
Where do you find the ini file to change it?? :noob:
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4 years ago#10

From: neiljwd | #008
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