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PostSubject: NEW INFO TS3!!,Voice Communications/TeamSpeak3 instructions   Sat Nov 14, 2009 4:27 pm

Why Team Speak?
The single most critical aspect of online racing is the ability to communicate with the other drivers while on and off the track. Why would you need to communicate you ask?

GT 5 Prolouge currently does not support VOIP or private rooms. As a result it can be difficult to find a race with skilled responsible drivers. A work around this is using VOIP communications and the game clock to coordinate start times. By having a group of drivers all start at the same instant using the game clock we are able to get most if not all participating drivers into a single room. This keeps the number of undesirable drivers to a minimum, thus improving our chances of getting a good clean race with drivers we know and respect.

How do you get started.
If you are familiar with TS you can find the server by manually changing the IP address at the top of the sign-in box to:
ts52.light-speed.com or 174.37.17.111
port 4388
No password required

Setup instructions

TeamSpeak download >>> http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads

Run client install, enter the address and port above and your user name, no password is required.


Terms of Service.

VOIP servers are provided free of charge courtesy of the TPRA and are made available to anyone who
wishes to use them providing they adhere to the following guidelines:

The Lobby is only an entry point and may not have chat enabled, choose whether to enter a race
room or chat room from there
The Lounge channel is structured as a meeting place for general discussions, and a place where you
can get together with your friends and discuss general topics.

Use the room appropriate to what you are doing, if chatting you should not be in a race room.
When racing in an event go to the room for your class group.
You can hang out in the main chat room while racing, but dont expect quiet because your in a tight
race or tough corner.
While in a race designated room keep chat to a minimum and relevant to the race.
Foul language is not permitted, most members have children and some still are, you never know who is
listening.
All drivers using voice communications are at no time permitted to be abusive to another driver.
Failure to adhere to this guideline can result in a temporary or permanent ban from the server.
This includes, but is not limited to, name calling, yelling, or any other use of derogatory terms
towards another member whether they are present or not.
As well, discussions of any kind that could be offensive, lead to heated discussion, or that may be
in any way an annoyance to others in the room are not permitted.
Topics such as religion, politics and cultural differences are not permitted.

Being disruptive is not permitted and can result in being warned and/or banned either temporarily or
permanently from using the service.

Spamming the chat, or posting inappropriate or offensive links can also result in a warning, which
could will lead to either a temporary or permanent ban.

Broadcasting or recording is strictly prohibited and will result in being banned from the server.

Having fun is mandatory!!
If you have any questions, concerns or complaints you can text message any of the server admins
denoted with a silver shield with an "S" beside thier name, or send a message through the
WWW.TunersPit.com comment box or forum.

Thanks!
The GT5P Tuners Pit Staff
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