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Hi everybody, RS2014 is giving me a bit of heartburn as performance is so-so and cannot pinpoint the source of the problems. Here are the specs of the laptop I'm using: Lenovo T440SCPU: i5-4300URAM: 12GB (4/8)SSDGPU: IntelHD on CPU, 2gb allocatedMonitor: 55" TV and the game brings it down to 1280x800 or something in that space (I forgot!)Windows 10 64-bitApps installed: Spotifi Windows client, iTunes, Chrome, Steam, Lenovo stuff, XBMC, VLC, 7-ZipLink to full report hereSo when a song is played (either one that comes with the game or CDLC) the play through of the song is visually choppy, audio drops for maybe 1 second once in a while, and when there are a lot of elements the screen can black out for 1-2 seconds. I'm assuming the specs above are more than sufficient (I checked & seemed ok) and went in the .ini file and downgraded some features for graphics. Alas, I don't know where to look anymore. Any advice? Thanks!
i created this app for everyone need to organise him cdlc. Is a very easy app, just click load cdlc folder (select the folder like download where cdlcs are not organised) then click load rocksmith dlc (select dlc folder inside rocksmith14 installation path) click compare (app will auto-check the dlc you have download which are not present inside dlc folder) then click copy. if you select the wrong folder press X near the folder u want to unload or app will crash download link: http://www.rockparadise.it/songs/SongsManager.rar pls report anything, i tested a lot but im not sure at all if you liked this release pls say thank ^^
So, there are two ways to connect to RockSmith, you have a microphone sitting in-front of your Amplifier, or in-front of the guitar itself if you are using an acoustic. You also have their "Real-tone" cable which from what i hear doesn't work all that well and that's it. I want to know if it would be possible to take the output of an amplifier's headphone port, and then plug that into a computers input port which is typically used for a microphone or any other input device. I am sure its possible, but for some reason it does not work for me, do i have to have the amplifier turned up high, or is there something else i am forgetting? I would perfer to use the "line out" of my amp because the way my setup is, i have to turn the amp up high for it to work, and even then the game seems to have a hard time recognizing it. Any help is appreciated.