In any case, I eventually got a new controller which worked much better. I am not sure if this is a cemu related problem or the problem is my controller or that's just how the game is, but I find it really difficult to be precise at aiming (bow, throwing...). Ask me in the comments below if you have any questions about this. by u/PurpleManMovie "ehhhh sure, that'll work." If you can, use Multi-core Recompiling for Breath of the Wild. If you are getting a reading of 1 when you move your mouse around, then it is the same as pushing the joystick all the way. I'm going to assume no matter how high your dpi or windows sensitivity is, you'll be limited by an amount set by the game itself, very fast in BOTW is still extremely slow compared to most games, always wished it was faster. settings.ini file https://pastebin.com/F9q7kyqp. I wanted to use mouse and keyboard instead of a controller to play BOTW but the mouse sensitivity ingame is extremely low. I set my DPI to its maximum in Roccat Tyon Driver, which is 8200 DPI and the only change is, that I can turn a little more when I turn the mouse really slowly compared to 1000 DPI. I only feel changes in Non-Linear Sensitivity. "Playing BOTW at lunch break with Moonlight Android" by u/efegue "This laptop was made for CEMU" by u/Mintendi "Can we all agree that the best BOTW experience is on PC at 60FPS?" Above are my input … Cap it at 60fps. Does anyone know how I can adjust the sensitivity of the controller so that I can get back to enjoying the game? Have you fixed it? i5 8600k @ 5.1ghz 16gb ram @3200hz GTX1080 Windows 10. What can I do to make it reasonable faster?
PS: As a recommendation to the developer, if he reads this, I would appreciate a "Apply" button next to the "Okay" button, so one doesn't need to double click on the tray icon all the time to alter settings. I'd disable it, and then you will notice that the settings for sensitivity and everything work again. So if I deactivate this feature now, I can't do anything with the mouse anymore (I just tested it). If you want, you can add me on Discord for faster communication. You are using alternative mouse method, that is very experimental and terrible. If you right-click on that icon and then click Settings you can change a lot of things like sensitivity or the key bindings that you will use to play games. I couldn't resist the opportunity. Does anyone else have this problem? Today, however, we are bringing you tips and setting tweaks which will give you the best performance when playing The Legend of Zelda: Botw on Cemu 1.12.0 or any other game for that matter. Maybe cemu can implement a mouse camera option or a mod that make the camera move super fast. If you don’t know what type of GPU you have, open the Settings app on Windows 10. Also, the website you linked me [https://html5gamepad.com/] displays the following information for me: https://prnt.sc/qlzlpd, /* EDIT: I checked that site in Vivaldi (v2.5.1525.46), Opera (v63.0.3368.94) and Google Chrome Canary and they all show the same. Examples of devices with limitations are a DualShock3 (only 1 axis gyroscope) and a non-MotionPlus Wii Remote (only accelerometer).
I also checked it in Microsoft Edge but there it says http://prntscr.com/qlztox*/. Above are my input settings. I have used Mouse2Joystick v0.4.0.0 before and had very low mouse sensitivity, so I went to v0.4.1.1 to see if it would work better with the newer version. An AutoHotkey Script to allow the use of Mouse and Keyboard control in CEMU. Limit your Frames Per Second, Faster FPS = Higher menu/map movement speed, Really? I'll give you my mouse2joystick settings ltr today after getting back from college.
Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. There was the big difference. Even better. i5 8600k @ 5.1ghz 16gb ram @3200hz GTX1080 Windows 10 I've been playing BOTW using a xbone controller connected through usb. Previously we showed you how to Install Cemu 1.12.0 and how to download and play The Legend of Zelda: Botw on Cemu 1.12.0. by u/Jeremykramer55 "Found this amazing shot by accident. TIP: If your cursor isnt moving if you are moving your mouse a little bit, lower the deadzone in cemu's input settings. It's under the extra settings section. How can I fix it? I'm deciding to buy the Switch Pro Controller or keyboard+mouse, since I feel dumb playing with my Logitech F310. Best way to test sensitivity is to use something like: https://html5gamepad.com/. Since I did a complete rewrite of the settings screens it should be fairly easy to do. I set the ingame camera setting to "very fast" (made it a little faster) and tried turning my mouse DPI up to the fullest (did nothing) and tried various settings inside Mouse2Joystick v0.4.1.1 to make it better (found options which actually made it a bit better), but still it is so slow to turn the camera.
Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I'm not very accustom to console controllers. The game works great with the exception of a few things.
I configured a Steam controller profile where I tweaked the deadzone and related options and it seemed to help. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. I have tried that, however that only seems to move that 5% closer/further from a resting joystick, but it doesn't widen the sensitivity range at all, it's as thin as before. Also I realized for me, that the options Sensitivity, Deadzone and Mouse Check Frequenzy do nothing. Edit: I will consider adding an apply button, I modified this from an already existing script and didn't think to add that. My standard mouse DPI is set to 1000 on my Mouse Driver Settings (Roccat Tyon) and in Windows the cursor speed is set to default and cursor acceleration is turned off (so the mouse speed is linear). I can enter any value and nothing remarkable changes.
Correct. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. To activate … reduce the joystick deadzones in the input settings. Having this problem right now and have been googling for the past 30 mins or so. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed.
The menu, switching between weapons and runes, aiming, and moving through the map are WAY too sensitive. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. If the sensitivity is too high/low for you, there is an option to change it in the script settings (arrow in the bottom right>rmb on the script>settings>setup). I just found the "best" results by experimenting with the values of 210 for x and y. However, if I turn the mouse at a normal speed like I do in other games or in windows, the difference is none = I dont turn more and especially I dont turn faster, no matter how fast or slow I mouse my mouse in real life. The range between the flicking action to go from not moving to moving really fast is extremely small, so I have to use like the 5% of the joystick range to graduately move the camera slower or faster to aim. Came across this thread.
I've been playing BOTW using a xbone controller connected through usb. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. It's so annoying because aiming is just a major pain in the ass... and it's a big part of the game. It’s the frames per second.
According to your settings file, thank you for including it!! This uses vJoy and provides several additional features over regular keyboard control, like: the ability to control the camera with the mouse, toggle walking speed, in BotW use MouseWheel to change weapons, a separate Toggle key for ZL useful for locking onto a target in BotW. The following solutions are full-motion because they provide a 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer. I have pretty much fixed all the lag in it my custom settings. Interestingly, in v0.4.1.1, I couldn't move my camera ingame with the mouse at all until I activated this experimental feature. Is better to use a mouse + keyboard than a controller? I'm really enjoying it at 75+fps. Capped it at 60 but bumped up the resolution to 4k with the extra cpu power that was left over. I am starting to think that the problem might not be Mouse2Joystick but rather something else but I don't know. This program should be running before you open a game with Cemu in order to be able to play with mouse and keyboard. I've kind of gotten by working around it but after 30 hours I'm starting to get frustrated. Make sure you have followed our Optimizing Cemu guide before proceeding. Follow our Using Async guide to reduce shader compilation stuttering. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Cookies help us deliver our Services. My standard mouse DPI is set to 1000 on my Mouse Driver Settings (Roccat Tyon) and in Windows the cursor speed is set to default and cursor acceleration is turned off (so the mouse speed is linear). I think I'd rather deal with the menu. I wanted to use mouse and keyboard instead of a controller to play BOTW but the mouse sensitivity ingame is extremely low.