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Various shots over Schweiz and Bavaria...

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Enjoy!

 

John

 

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Wonderful scenes!

 

HLJAMES

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Stunning indeed. Which scenery is it?

 

The Alpine mesh is Holger's mesh, got it some years ago for FS9 and it does a great job in the Alps for FSX.  The photoreal scenery is of my own creation.  If you search the library you'll find my Colorado scenery--made it using the same process.  Problem is the projects get so big there's not much time to upload them--I think the scenery these pics cover used about 40-50GB, maybe more.  Since Avsim only allows 500MB uploads, it's impractical to upload such a large package.  Plus my scenery is imperfect due to variations in the scenery that are common with photoreal sources.

 

If you want such scenery for yourself, you can create it with a tool called FSEarthTiles.  My process with it is pretty seamless and automatic.  I just set the area I want to cover, mask coastlines, and roll with it and the scenery spins out over a day or two (assuming a 200m by 100 mile area).

 

John

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