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I was wondering if anyone streams live atc (atc.net) while flying fsx on the same computer could tell me if this causes any kind of a performance hit. It seems cool to listen to something besides robots while flying but I was wondering abouth consequence if using add ons like ngx and asn. My computor is not high end and I dont want to bring it to its knees. Thanks in advance.


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Fine for me, liveatc.net just has a little flash applet that opens in a browser window, no performance hit at all to the best of my knowledge.

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I use Live ATC app on my Ipod Touch, with a cable into my laptop, the a cable from audio out to my audio in on my fsx machine. works a treat, and can change freq without annoying fsx.


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I use files from the Live ATC net archives and edit them for length/volume leveling in an audio editor.  I have about 2 dozen wav files I shuffle through and prior to starting FSX, I load one up in Windows Media Player to run in the background.  Works like a champ with zero performance hit.


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Sometimes I do stream it on my ipad. I used to splice up archived chatter and set it up into Radar Contact, but it just took up too much time.

 

 

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Take a look at FSChatter Live here in the file library.


Dave Westbury
 

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I recently bought a program called Cielosim Live ATC which lets you stream LiveATC from the aircraft radio.  It takes a few minutes beforehand to set up which ATC areas you will be using and saving those streams.  You will then be given frequencies to tune in order to switch from the aircraft while flying.  I was on Denver center the other evening and someone was reporting moderate chop and I had the same thing going on since I use Active Sky Next.  Cool stuff...I couldn't stand listening to default ATC any longer..

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Yes, I also have been using the Cielosim Live ATC and have had no problems.  Definitely makes flying more realistic than the default voices. 


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Yes.  It is a stand alone software.  You just tune com to the appropriate frequencies in your cockpit.  Typical freqs. are 118.0, 118.1 etc.

The site below should give you an idea what it is all about.

 

http://www.cielosim.com/liveatc


Carl

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Hi,

somebody can help me for cielosim liveATC?

 

"I again dusted off this program bought a few years ago: LiveATC. I followed the guide correctly, downloading various files, set and successfully created my own library of audio, launch the program and it works (I use it with P3D) me connected to the sim and the streamin audio with the active green light, but I do not feel any communication from the stream (but if I open it with a media player feel quietly without radio communication problems).
I can not understand if you were to open a media automatically LiveATC letore because it does not! otherwise how they would feel the Not I managed me understand where the error, everything seems to work properly, unfortunately the email support has never answered me. I would like a wild once it work as flight often offline.
Thanks for the support"

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