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Niclas

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Hi there captains :)

 

It was a while since my last flight..I have been busy creating a photoreal scenery over Skane in the south of Sweden. This completes the area around Kastrup wich is the main hub for my flights B)

 

Loove the new animations in AES :wub:

 

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Really great series, Niclas. I assume the deicing vehicles are part of the new AES update?


John G.

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Great stuff Nic! Love the cockpit views.

 

I think that last shot is GSX? No?


Al Stiff

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Great!

The new AES features look nice, too.


Florian

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Excellent set bud, great scenery in shot 4!


Happy Flying,

Clem Wu

 

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Beautiful shots again! I still really wish you could send them out. Darn legalities. :) I also wish there was some good source data further north of there. That must be some real beautiful scenery in real life to fly around in. I'd love to see good photoreal scenery for all of Norway, Sweden and Finland. I've been flying almost exclusively Norwegian routes lately and making my own with what's available - but that's anywhere between 1m and 4m resolution and not the best in color balance, brightness and everything else. The data is too all over the place but still, I prefer to see even ok photos of what's really there vs the best guess from land class w/ repetitive textures.


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Kevin LaMal

"Facts Don't Care About Your Feelings" - Shapiro2024

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Beautiful shots again! I still really wish you could send them out. Darn legalities. :) I also wish there was some good source data further north of there. That must be some real beautiful scenery in real life to fly around in. I'd love to see good photoreal scenery for all of Norway, Sweden and Finland. I've been flying almost exclusively Norwegian routes lately and making my own with what's available - but that's anywhere between 1m and 4m resolution and not the best in color balance, brightness and everything else. The data is too all over the place but still, I prefer to see even ok photos of what's really there vs the best guess from land class w/ repetitive textures.

 

Norway, Finland, and Sweden would be a great area for someone like ORBX to model hyper accurately. What great flying that would be.


Dennis Trawick

 

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Norway, Finland, and Sweden would be a great area for someone like ORBX to model hyper accurately. What great flying that would be.

 

With all do respect to Orbx and those that like their stuff, it's still not what's really there. It all depends on what side of the fence you are on with photo real and what real means to you obviously - the debate has been well hashed. But, for me, since discovering photo real scenery, anything else just isn't real. Unfortunately for this part of the world, I don't think there's even good data you can buy right now to make really good photo real.


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Kevin LaMal

"Facts Don't Care About Your Feelings" - Shapiro2024

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Thanks alot guys!

 

Really great series, Niclas. I assume the deicing vehicles are part of the new AES update?

Thanks John! The deicing vehicles itself are not new but the deicing effects are new from update 2.26. The big updates from 2.30 are more animated ground crew, a different fuel truck and bus

 

 

Great stuff Nic! Love the cockpit views.

I think that last shot is GSX? No?

Thanks Stiffy! Yep, thats correct. I have disabled the belt loaders in AES and using the ones from GSX instead :)

 

 

Beautiful shots again! I still really wish you could send them out. Darn legalities. :) I also wish there was some good source data further north of there. That must be some real beautiful scenery in real life to fly around in. I'd love to see good photoreal scenery for all of Norway, Sweden and Finland. I've been flying almost exclusively Norwegian routes lately and making my own with what's available - but that's anywhere between 1m and 4m resolution and not the best in color balance, brightness and everything else. The data is too all over the place but still, I prefer to see even ok photos of what's really there vs the best guess from land class w/ repetitive textures.

Thanks Kevin! I would really love to share my scenerys if I´m sure it´s not illegal. If someone can convince it´s ok to share I will uplad them immediately.

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What scenery are you using for ground scenery? Is that TileProxy or something?


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What scenery are you using for ground scenery? Is that TileProxy or something?

I´m using FSEarthTiles to create photoreal scenerys

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