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PSX and XView with XP10

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Not the kind of setup I ever used, specially because I only have 1 monitor, and used only the views from inside the cockpit in XP10, but this video ( not mine ) pretty much shows the two sims being used through the XView plugin:

 


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Question, I know that some suites like Prosim737 also provide a custom AC for use with their software. Does Aerowinx provide one also? 

 

 

Yes, XView comes with a Custom 744 model  ( thin in terms of graphics and systems ).

 

For user / password, check here under XView.


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Not the kind of setup I ever used, specially because I only have 1 monitor, and used only the views from inside the cockpit in XP10, but this video ( not mine ) pretty much shows the two sims being used through the XView plugin:

 

J.,

 

My understanding is that PSX inject its own weather and then use XP10 visuals, i.e. clouds etc. ? Right? One other item, how much does the software cost? Probably thousand? Given the professional status.


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Yes, PSX injects it's weather into XP10, but I believe you can have the weather injected by other add-on, or use the default in XP10, although I don't recall right now because I am not using it with XP10, but rather with FSX-SE ( * ), where we have the option to get the weather injected from PSX or not ( with FSX-SE, if I fly a situation with specific weather, I inject it from PSX, otherwise I use FSXWX client to inject real time or historic weather into FSX-SE... )

 

Yes, Aerowinx PSX is expensive, but worth every penny if you really like the aircraft and want a highly detailed simulation of the various 747-400 models. 

 

You can check the price and dealers here: http://www.aerowinx.com/html/retailers.html

 

( * ) after all the Moon and daylight in XP10 hadn't been fixed as I erroneously though they were :-/ sometime ago... and that's a total show stopper for me.

Arriving or departing from an airport, at a given date, where in RW and in PSX we have daylight, and in XP10 it's pitch dark, the Moon phases and ephmeris  being completely out of sync with reality .... plus that limiting visibility when flying at cruising alts... and also the smoothness offered by FSX-SE now compared to what XP10 was giving me... well...  I only miss the nice night approaches provided by XP10...


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