I am using a saved flight (in slew and paused) as the base, then I insert the carrier at the user position, change the craft etc.. Connected to the catapult, I synchronise the movement with the canopy closing of a recorded Goshawk, the one I initially saved the position with. The differences of the carrier movement recordings thus are marginally.
However, I noticed that after longer periods of recordings and playbacks (both initiated before moving the carrier) there are larger differences in the plane's positions, leading to up to two fighter lengths in the movement axis and half a width to the sides. I learned to neither press pause, nor to open additional windows (like map, views), and to care about the stick calibration and dead zones - but still ...
It is disturbing not to know what could prevent it, as the parking positions vary so much etc. Any idea what could be causing this? Oh, and I noticed it does not replay my Augusta.
A (maybe impossible) suggestion to this brilliant FSrecorder - which is btw. more and more my favorite tool - would be to synchronize the carrier and to record the effect of the catapult shields and steam ... I would love to pay for it.