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Offline MercyOnCall

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Does smoothing affecr sensitivity?
« on: 05:29 PM - 01/27/19 »
So i was playing Cod blops 4 and i got jitter,it got resolved with smoothig but im wondering if this feature affects my sensitivity.  Thank you in advance :)

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Re: Does smoothing affecr sensitivity?
« Reply #1 on: 07:07 PM - 01/27/19 »
So i was playing Cod blops 4 and i got jitter,it got resolved with smoothig but im wondering if this feature affects my sensitivity.  Thank you in advance :)
No not really. But, my answer is opinionated. Od1n or Obsiv will be able to provide you with the correct answer. I think too much will slow your aim down a but. But keeping it between 1 and 7 shouldn't. After 7 it does start to mess with your turn speed.
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Re: Does smoothing affecr sensitivity?
« Reply #2 on: 07:17 PM - 01/27/19 »
I would like to know the answer to this as well

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Re: Does smoothing affecr sensitivity?
« Reply #3 on: 12:18 AM - 01/28/19 »
I think too much can ad a bit of delay but I don't think that it effects your actual sensitivity (360 cm)

Someone else that knows more will probably comment

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Re: Does smoothing affecr sensitivity?
« Reply #4 on: 07:49 PM - 01/28/19 »
Guess not many know for certain..?

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Re: Does smoothing affecr sensitivity?
« Reply #5 on: 11:19 PM - 01/28/19 »
I think too much can ad a bit of delay but I don't think that it effects your actual sensitivity (360 cm)

Someone else that knows more will probably comment
This is correct. Sensitivity is unaffected, but a healthy dose of smoothing will add a delayed feeling to movement.

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