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Titan Two Keyboard and Mouse
With the Titan Two device and a keyboard/mouse directly connected (or connected with KMG Capture), the Titan Two can be used for aiming precision only found on PC. Input Translators define a group of settings to best convert the mouse movements to the game. Along with the Keyboard and Mouse Input Translator, you can also load a Gamepack or Script of your choice for the ultimate edge in competitive multiplayer matches.
|NOTE: Using an Input Translator converts keyboard/mouse inputs to controller outputs. Only controller features will be usable in-game (ie, using a mouse will not produce a cursor in game like when using a mouse on a PC game).|
Mouse DPI and Polling Rate
For the best results, it is recommended to use a mouse with a minimum of 3200 DPI and 500Hz polling rate. High-DPI mice provides more data points for the same traveled distance, which the Titan Two can take advantage to increase the aiming precision.
|Gaming mice usually have software for configuration and/or buttons to increase the DPI, configure with the maximum DPI possible prior to use with the Titan Two.|
Mouse Sensitivity Configuration
The sensitivity of aiming speed is result of three main factors:
- Game Aiming Turn Speed
In general the Titan Two expects the aiming sensitivity of the game to be set at maximum. Refer to the Input Translator documentation page for detailed information on how configure the game.
- Mouse DPI
Make sure to configure the Titan Two with the DPI of your mouse to obtain the same results as the developers of the Input Translator. This configuration is required only one time and is performed using Gtuner IV, in the Device Configuration panel.
- Input Translator Sensitivity
With the above two properly configured, the Input Translator sensitivity is the only parameter that may require attention in order to adjust the overall aiming sensitivity to your preference.
It has two options, click on the small triangle icon to select: Default or Alternate.
This allows you to configure different sensitivity for normal view and aim.
Commonly referenced as HIP and ADS sensitivity.