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John_Cillis

Flight over North SFO Bay and Napa Valley

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Just a flight I took today, wanted to share some screenshots.

 

John

 

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Just beautiful.


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What flight sim is is this?


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What flight sim is is this?

 

FSX - I use a program called Tileproxy which loads photoreal scenery from web servers into the sim, in real time, as I'm flying.  Any computer with my specs and a fast Internet connection can run it.  Tileproxy caches scenery it finds onto your hard drive, so if you fly over an area again the scenery loads much faster.  However the cache can take up tremendous amounts of data, so from time to time I clear it out.

 

Tileproxy is cpu intensive, so an aircraft which taxes the cpu can also cause Tilepoxy to lag behind.  I adjust my framerate down if I fly with such aircraft.  Fortunately the Centurion doesn't affect framerates.  Any blurriness in the pictures comes from the bmp to jpg conversion.  I try to use Fraps to capture screenshots but sometimes I don't start it up.

 

John

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Looks great!  I was hoping you'd take screenshot of Infineon Raceway as I race there very often ... would also be interesting to see the tileproxy version compared to the MSE version.

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Love That Aircraft,Stunning set of shots,Thx for Sharing these.


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Looks great!  I was hoping you'd take screenshot of Infineon Raceway as I race there very often ... would also be interesting to see the tileproxy version compared to the MSE version.

 

On my next flight over the area I'll try to take some screenshots for you.  The raceway looks good from an altitude of about 1000 ft. on up.  I live close to PIR and Tileproxy renders PIR nicely too.  I had a chance to take a helicopter ride from Goodyear out to PIR in a Robinson R-44 some years ago--it was fun to get a real bird's eye view of that raceway.

 

John

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Great color and water mask!

 

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Looks great!  I was hoping you'd take screenshot of Infineon Raceway as I race there very often ... would also be interesting to see the tileproxy version compared to the MSE version.

 

Here you go, I posted some screenshots just for you.  :smile:

 

http://forum.avsim.net/topic/402911-infineon-raceway-for-robains/

 

John

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