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Beautiful ! Coupla questions... is the light coming through the windows and the forest fire a result of DX10 and are you using EXDok for the camera views?

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Thanks gentlemen.
 

Beautiful ! Coupla questions... is the light coming through the windows and the forest fire a result of DX10 and are you using EXDok for the camera views?

Light coming through the windows? I don't follow mate.

The forest fire would probably look much the same, regardless of DX10. It's from the Orbx KWYS scenery as an option.

And yessir, I am using EZDok. Shame it doesn't seem to be supported anymore, as there were some new features I was extremely excited about. 

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Light coming through the windows? I don't follow mate.

One shot was inside a hanger and it showed rays of sunlight beaming through the windows, never seen that before...at the 1:13 second mark

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Oh! Gotcha. No, that was a ray effect, with a small lense effect added. Initially I wasn't going to do that shot, but the effect was so powerful, I kept it. Just some post production magic. :D

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Great shot! I was just about to start messing with DX10! :-)

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Great shot! I was just about to start messing with DX10! :-)

Hah. Thanks.

 

It seems SteveFX's product isn't for sale anymore, but that's what I'm using to get such smooth graphics. I can now enable bloom and several other features that I have traditionally kept off. It made the sim silky smooth for me and seems to be running quite stable. 

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I tried DX10 once but it hosed the sim so bad that I almost had to rebuild it, been skeptical ever since! My sim is pretty smooth using FRAPS as long as I remove AI traffic and set FPS to unlimited.

 

What I wanted to do was use EXDoc but found out some were having problems so I never installed that after getting it, but I do love the camera moves you have.

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I haven't had too many issues with EZDok that weren't easily remedied. I can't recommend it enough. He also made a freeware program called EZWalk some years back that you can still find. It has some similar functions. Both programs can be a bit hard to use mind you.

 

This biggest issue I've had with EZDok is the developer disappeared. Not much support IF you do have issues. The community seems to have hashed most if them out though.

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Thanks!

 

I try to use different kinds of music for the variation in people's preferences. It also forces me to edit differently, which is a great thing to be able to do.

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