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Sgt Zahj

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About Sgt Zahj

  • MOS
    0231 Intelligence Specialist

15th MEU Personnel Profile

  • 1) School of Infantry
    ITB
  • 2) Qualified MOS
    0311 Rifleman, 0365 Infantry Squad Leader
  • 3) Corporal's Courses
    CPLC 101, CPLC 102, CPLC 103
  • 4) Sergeant's Courses
    SGTC 201, SGTC 202
  • 7) Auxiliary Qualifications
    CLSAMS, DMR, IDFC, RO, Zeus Controller, Static Line Jump
  • 8) Date of Rank
    11OCT19

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  1. Task Force Charlie 02-20 Zahj Screenshot Dump. Screenshots taken from Zeus perspective video recordings. https://imgur.com/a/ot4xKXi
  2. I've been treated multiple times by 15th members including Corpsman. It seems to be fairly consistent.
  3. Any chance of lightening up on how hardcore it is to bring a PC back up from unconsciousness? I think I've spent more time uncon and getting treated then conscious and running around. That's not to say that I'm NOT a bullet magnet, because I really am, but I usually have time to go get something to drink, take a dump, and check the forums before I have any likelihood of getting brought back to consciousness. It's becoming far more appealing to just respawn then wait the 15+ minutes to get brought back up.
  4. I'd like to promote this idea as well. There is a lack of balance between OPFOR and BLUEFOR survivability. I've been using standard 15th loadouts kit for the most part and have been cut down handily by the AI on Sahrani, but have had to pump in 3-5 5.56mm rounds center mass before the enemy AI drops.
  5. Navigate to the Mod Settings menu in game, find the ACE Interaction menu. Select list.
  6. ACP + Archer 1 Training 2020 05 24
  7. OBS Studio setup and settings guide Download link: https://obsproject.com/download My PC runs on an i5-4670K @ 3.4GHz. 16GB RAM. Windows 8.1. NVIDIA GTX 970. I have SEVERAL hard drives, including two SSDs. Arma is installed on a seperate SSD than my Operating System and I record to a third, standard hard drive. These settings and setup are based off of my PCs components. You may need to adapt these settings to better fit your setup. Getting started by making a new Scene and managing Sources. To get started, in the bottom left corner of your window, you'll have two boxes, one labeled "Scenes" and one labeled "Sources". The "Sources" box is dependent on your "Scenes" box, so we'll start with that. Scenes: These are what you'll want to set up first. Each scene will act as a different kind of profile for what you're doing. For example, if you want to have an overlay while streaming but don't want one while recording, then you'll want one Scene for streaming and one for Recording. For the sake of simplicity, I'll focus on recording in this guide. Sources: Once you have made a Scene, select it and click on the "+" in the "Sources" box. There will be several options, all of which serve their own unique purpose. In order to record your gameplay, you'll want to select one of three different options, depending on your PC and Arma 3 settings. I have "Display Capture" set up on my system, which will capture and record everything I see on my monitor. This includes my game play, as well as my desktop and Windows functions and and sounds. You can try using Game or Window capture if you wish. When you create a new Source, a window will pop up asking you to create or select a Source. Go ahead and select "Create New" and name this source something relevant. If you've selected Display Capture, the default settings should be sufficient and you can click "OK" to accept and close the window. Other options such as "Game Capture" and "Window Capture" are a bit more advanced and can take fiddling with to figure out. If you don't want to put in the effort or can not get them to work for you, you can always remove them as a source and fall back to using "Display Capture". From here, we can move onto the "Settings" button on the bottom right side of the window. Settings: General Tab: Nothing in here should have an affect on your streaming or recording quality. Stream Tab: I have "Twitch" selected as my service and "Auto" selected as my Server Output Tab: In the Streaming section, the "Encoder" should almost always be selected to reflect your video card/GPU encoder. Thus I have "Hardware (NVENC)" Selected for my NVIDIA graphics card. This will help offload the encoding away from your CPU. The Audio Bitrate should be at 160 unless you want to mess with the advanced settings. This is due to Twitch's limits. As for the "Recording" Section, the Path is up to you. All of my recordings save to different hard drive than what my Operating System and Arma are on. Same with Recording Quality. I have a hard drive just for large files, like video recordings. I prefer MP4, though there are downsides, which will be explained to you via warning message in OBS when you select it as an option. The "Encoder" settings here are the same as they are for Streaming, for the same reasons. Audio: The only important thing here is to ensure that your Desktop Audio and Mic are properly selected. My ingame audio is captured via "Desktop Audio". This means any and all sounds that come from my computer will be picked up in my recording or streaming. ENSURE that you have the "Enable Push-to-talk" option selected down in "Hotkeys". Video: I have my native monitor resolution selected for Base and Output. What ever you have selected via your Graphics Settings and ingame settings should be reflected here. FPS is at 30 for me for a few reasons. Mostly, if you are streaming, Twitch will NOT broadcast your stream at above 30. Maybe Twitch Partners or something can stream at a higher quality, I don't know, but for us normies, don't worry about streaming over 30 FPS. Secondarily, I usually average around 30 FPS in game any ways. Hotkeys: I'm only showing the last options on my list as everything else is custom to you and your preferences. Mouse button 4 is my TS PTT button and is what I use to talk to folks in game. Caps Lock is what my in game radio PTT is set to. Selecting these is important if you want your voice to be picked up and recorded/broadcasted by OBS. Advanced: General: I want this to be a priority process so it doesn't lag behind or get put behind something stupid like Discord or Chrome on my PC's processing list. Video: If you are on Windows 10 you should select Direct3D 12. I'm on Win8.1 so I'm stuck with Direct3D 11. Color format...idk. NV12 has worked fine for me. Recording: Nothing important here, just the file name format. This is what your file name will look like when it saves to your PC. Stream Delay: This is up to you. You'll want to change this to 30+ seconds if you are playing a competitive game and need to worry about stream snipers. Not much to worry about while streaming Arma. Automatically Reconnect and Network: Just do what I did above. Sources: I have Hardware Acceleration selected because I can? If you find that you are having issues with a black screen while recording or something, this could be one of your options to select/deselect. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- If anyone has any further insight on the subject of using OBS and can expand on other settings and set ups, please do not hesitate to reply below with your details.
  8. Application View Application Status Zahj Submitted 04/29/2020 07:57 PM Last Name Zahj Email ajbunting29@gmail.com Timezone America/Los_Angeles Country United States Additional Application Fields First Name James Middle Name J Discord Name Zahj#6850 Age 32 Did a 15th Member either help you get into the unit or recruit you? No Desired MOS 0311 Rifleman How long have you been playing ArmA III? 1650 hours Are you currently in an ArmA III gaming clan or unit? No How did you find out about us? Prior Member Why do you want to join the 15th MEU (SOC) Realism Unit? I would like to come back as a GCE Reservist. Prior 15th Member? Yes Highest Level Completed ITB ArmA III Player ID 76561198063182213 Steam Name Zahj Steam Profile Link http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198063182213 Do you own ArmA III APEX? Yes Please check your user profile and ensure that the email address you registered with is correct. Have you done this? Yes Have you read and understood the definition of Realism Gaming and do you agree to abide by it? Yes Have you read and understood the requirements for our unit and the criteria for being active and taking a billet in this unit, and that failure to complete said criteria will place you into the reserve platoon? Yes Do you understand the fact that this unit is a CST (GMT -6) time zone based unit, and the attendance requirements of operations on Sundays at 1900 CST (0100 GMT)? Yes
  9. Packets In, Out or both?
  10. Are you recieving any error messages in the TS chat channel when this happens? Right click on your name in TS, click on Client Connection Info and keep an eye on your Packet Loss In and Out % numbers. See if you start experiencing any packet loss over 1-3% before you lose connection.
  11. I make sure to keep the items that are the most commonly used by everyone else in my backpack, medical supplies especially. If I go down and someone that is treating me goes black on supplies, I want my medical stuff easily accessible.
  12. Being the complex game it is, not everyone is aware of all the button combinations and options possible. What are some of your favorite Arma "life hacks"?
  13. @Cpl LeTry connecting to ts3.15thmeu.net
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