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Prepar3d Camera Shake

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Morning All,

 

It's unreal how new I am to P3D  - I've ran into something that I'm not too keen on, basically when rolling down the runway there seems to be some kind of 'internal' camera shake which in some aircraft seems to be rather extreme where It's just beyond anything..

 

Is this something that can be disabled or tweaked?

 

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As far as I know, without employing cameras like opus FSX or EXDOK or the like, cockpit shaking is usually a function of a camera.

 

What camera software do you have?

 

Chaz

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I'll try get one later this evening, it's basically like having Ezdok on (Which I don't have installed)

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Resolved it! It was down to OpusFSX and it's own DHM!

 

Didn't even notice I had it seen as it's the same from FSX and it wasn't causing problems before!

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Just an observation from an Airbus pilot. It's amazing how rough it can get on takeoff. Not just the Airbus but 737 as well. I used to think the shaking in flight sim was excessive but I focused on the glare shield during takeoff and was amazed to see how much it matched up with the simulation.

 

This is true for many aspects of swimming. Things look fake until I really look at it in real life.

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Just an observation from an Airbus pilot. It's amazing how rough it can get on takeoff. Not just the Airbus but 737 as well. I used to think the shaking in flight sim was excessive but I focused on the glare shield during takeoff and was amazed to see how much it matched up with the simulation.

This is true for many aspects of swimming. Things look fake until I really look at it in real life.

Per his profile, Scott this is a real world air bus driver!!!… So it's naturally gratifying to see him validate our sim! And tangentially OpusFSX!

 

Chas

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Just an observation from an Airbus pilot. It's amazing how rough it can get on takeoff. Not just the Airbus but 737 as well. I used to think the shaking in flight sim was excessive but I focused on the glare shield during takeoff and was amazed to see how much it matched up with the simulation.

 

This is true for many aspects of swimming. Things look fake until I really look at it in real life.

 

Great post

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This is true for many aspects of swimming.

Auto-correct got the best of me, simming not swimming. :rolleyes:

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Auto-correct got the best of me, simming not swimming. :rolleyes:

Lafffffinnnn....here I was thinking okay here is a very intelligent and cogent and methodical thinker and then I saw swimming and I had to say , "Ahhhhhhwellll, well ...none of us are 100% sane".

 

chas

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but I focused on the glare shield during takeoff and was amazed to see how much it matched up with the simulation.

 

Understood - the problem I had with Opus was that it continued to shake when airborne regardless of weather conditions. Which is why I switched to ASN. More realistic when it comes to bumps, rattles and rolls :P

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Understood - the problem I had with Opus was that it continued to shake when airborne regardless of weather condition

 

You DO know that DHM is completely adjustable...yes?

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I want this shake thingi in P3D.

 

1) So Opus DHM works in P3D with a simple install? Maybe I should try Opus.. All I want is DHM nothing else..

 

2) If for whatever reason I don't like it can I uninstall Opus and get back to what I had earlier without having to go back to million files and edit the camera entries in all these millions of aircraft config or panel files?

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You DO know that DHM is completely adjustable...yes?

 

Is it now? I don't think it was when I had it installed. Or if it was I couldn't adjust it because of the awful GUI.

 

Much prefer ASN now. Accurate weather with no popping and turbulence in the correct places.

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