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Hello,

 

I was wondering if is possible to get FSX trees and maybe road traffic while using Tileproxy? is there any software / utility?

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I was wondering if is possible to get FSX trees and maybe road traffic while using Tileproxy? is there any software / utility?

 

You can buy UTX USA and/or UTX Europe scenery that will give you much more road traffic than FSX. You will have moving traffic on many secondary roads, where FSX pretty much just generates major interstate highway traffic only. In addition, at sunset or night, UTX will generate moving auto/truck headlights and stop lights on the highways, which is unavailable with FSX/TileProxy alone (i.e. wilhout UTX).

 

Here are the links to UTX USA and UTX Europe:

http://www.flight1.c...uct=FL1-UXU-001

http://www.flight1.c...uct=FL1-UXE-001

 

ALso, I attached photos of FSX/Tileproxy with and without UTX during daytime and at dusk (to see the UTX generated lights).

 

I don't think you can generate trees with UTX while Tileproxy is generating scenery. You will only get Tileproxy scenery (without 3D trees) or UTX generated trees - not both. However, at about 1000' AGL the Tileproxy 2D tree shadows usually give the effect of 3D trees - not bad.... :>)

 

There is UTX scenery available for other areas of the world too.

 

Hope this helps,

John G.

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Thanks,

 

but! UTX USA and/or UTX Europe only works in USA & Europe, what about the rest of the world?

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Thanks,

 

but! UTX USA and/or UTX Europe only works in USA & Europe, what about the rest of the world?

 

Here is the link to all the UTX scenery products from Flight1:

http://www.flight1.c...asp?search=true

just type UTX in the search box to see other geographical areas...

 

I think they cover most of the world - it just gets expensive to buy all areas of the world... but you can pick and choose.

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