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Belgium 2012 re-uploaded + enhancement package

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Hi all,

 

Below you will find new DL links for the Belgium 2012 scenery. They are valid till 17th june.

 

 

Also you will find :

- Belgium 2012 fix : repairs textures not showing up in the Limburg area

- Belgium Enhancement package :

  • puts autogen trees near multiple airports ( made by Aimé Leclercq )
  • Afcad files for all default airports so they will fit the photo scenery ( made by Joop Mak )

 

Myself I am working on adding trees in the Brussels area, but that wil take some more time.

 

 

 

Happy flying,

 

 

Belgium 2012 Part 1 http://wtrns.fr/Mj7eIVO43tGy880

 

Belgium 2012 Part 2 http://wtrns.fr/p538porgbB-9ZM

 

Belgium 2012 fix http://wtrns.fr/1iVgvpCRjmZOSo

 

Enhancement package http://wtrns.fr/Mj7eIVO43tGy880


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Merci, Gerard and co-authors. :smile: Concerning the link to part1. It is the same as the enhancement package and only some 30mb or so. I guess it should be bigger. That's from looking at part2.

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is this freeware??

 

Yes, this is freeware.


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Gerard,

 

Thank you very much for your achievements on this scenery package and keeping this freeware, I am sure the whole FS community is very pleased with all the work you have done.

 

Cheers,

Ruud

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The first link is the Enhancement package too, same URL.

 

Your absolutely right , sorry for the inconvenience.

 

 

This is the correct link for Belgium 2012 Part 1:

 

http://wtrns.fr/fWeTN8aY-nPiHI


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Thank you very much!! :hi:


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I took a few comparison shots to allow a closer look on the Waffleflight scenery and the Belgium 2012 one. I highly recommend watching them on a big screen, not as some thumbnails.

 

Here are four situations with the Belgium 2012 stuff, from Gerard. The fix is installed and Brussels HD is actve.

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79878412.th.jpg

 

And here are those four again but with Waffleflight.

waffle1i.th.jpg

waffle2hsw.th.jpg

waffle3.th.jpg

waffle4.th.jpg

 

I hope you don't mind the green pointers too much, coming from my XPOI addon. The raw coordinates are on the screenshots, but those city names may help some more on recognizing the actual area.

 

I didn't alter the plane's position or camera angle. It's just a switch on the active scenery.

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Thanks Gerard for the Belgium2012 scenery, also for the up-date with the tree's.

 

The Belgium 2012 is by me sharper as the Waffleflight, the Waffleflight is more blurrier ,and i have a steady 30 fps.

 

And the Belgium 2012 connecting nice with the NL2000 scenery.

 

Jan.

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I took a few comparison shots to allow a closer look on the Waffleflight scenery and the Belgium 2012 one. I highly recommend watching them on a big screen, not as some thumbnails.

 

Here are four situations with the Belgium 2012 stuff, from Gerard. The fix is installed and Brussels HD is actve.

42059463.th.jpg

89095779.th.jpg

53605065.th.jpg

79878412.th.jpg

 

And here are those four again but with Waffleflight.

waffle1i.th.jpg

waffle2hsw.th.jpg

waffle3.th.jpg

waffle4.th.jpg

 

I hope you don't mind the green pointers too much, coming from my XPOI addon. The raw coordinates are on the screenshots, but those city names may help some more on recognizing the actual area.

 

I didn't alter the plane's position or camera angle. It's just a switch on the active scenery.

 

Hi all!

this comparison is awesome!! it's like a myope looking first without his glasses, then with !!!!!!!

great work, Gerard !!

 

@Gerard: have you also make this great work for fs9 ?

alansan2012

 

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Hi Gerard,

 

what a big harware config !!!! a real dream for all of us!!

can you publish some pictures of it, or some video on youtube to see it working please ?!

 

alansan2012

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Welcome, Alain. :smile: You are right, Gerard's work removed some light bloom over the already good Waffleflight scenery. Since the contrast and resolution was enhanced too and the expansion even adds some airfields and autogen, one shouldn't miss this one.

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