Yes, a thousand times ;)
I translate his video, attitude (OpenPilot; outer) == stabilize (ArduCopter), rate (OpenPilot; inner) == rate (ArduCopter.)
I don't know if that is right, but it is my theory, and it has helped me before. I plan to look at the code in more detail to reeducate myself.
I reduced my rate p and its better now. I hope i can test it today with less wind. But it looks good! Tank you!
Great! Looking forward to some video.
Hey, that's great! Congratulations on the build, and thank you for the video!
Thanks, i will try this and let you know.
Change the code and put a higher range value for the input channel you need...
There was a parameter (scale_output) that was multiplied to the input, but has been removed for some reason.
Otherwise you have to set up a higher range in radio.pde
The default is 4500 (45°) that means the copter maximum angle will be 45°. If you raise that (like 5500 or 6500) the inputs will be more sensible, and of course maximum angle will be much higher.
I usually fly with 55° as I like them more sensible. :)
This will not affect flying behaviour as the P parameter does, this value tell how strong the input will be, more than how strong the reaction to a command has to be.
I will check this too, thank you. A greater angle in stable mode is good ;)
Would be interesting for other people to change in the Software.
Now it works greate!!!
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Hey, that is great! Can you summarize the changes you made for other folks who find this thread looking for similar solutions?
I reduced my rate p and put the Alt hold P to 0,3