What does it do?
This software maps joystick buttons and encoders to virtual outputs that can be tuned for an optimal in-sim experience. Outputs can be virtual axes, or virtual buttons. A typical use would be mapping your AuthentiKit Spitfire elevator trim wheel to a single virtual axis that you use in sim. What's more, you can tune the sensitivity of the axis to approximate the correct turn rate of the trim wheel in sim. There are various other mapping types to choose from too, as specificied in the user guide.
The software is primarily for the our community, so if you have an AuthentiKit project that you think think the software could help with, do reach out!
Prerequisite Software (Also Free):
- vJoy 2.2.1 or earlier for Windows 10 - download here
- vJoy 2.1.9 for Windows 11 - download here
Discord Channel on the AuthentiKit Server:
About the Developer:
Written for the AuthenitKit Community by a member of the community (me ), for free. If you find the software useful and would like to show your support, I'd be really grateful if you could write a favourable review at FlightSim.to, where you'll also find links to make a donation.
Found a Problem or Bug?
The best way to let me know that something's not working for you is to log it in GitHub here: https://github.com/Colmanian/A…t-Trim-Calibration/issues and I'll take a look at it when I can.
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