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P3D and rex Soft Clouds

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I just bought Rex Soft Clouds and have only flown one flight with them. Is it me or are there no cloud shadows when using Soft Clouds?

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No problems with cloud shadows for me when using REX soft clouds.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Rob,

         Which cloud set are you using? As I said, I've only flown one flight with this setup but I didn't notice any cloud shadows.

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Cloud set 01 (I have tried most of the cloud sets and they all seem to work fine with Cloud Shadows).

 

You might want to delete your shaders folder i.e. C:\Users\Rob\AppData\Local\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2\Shaders

 

You can see cloud shadows in my video -- 13:52 to 14:35 mark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_Aq6q1Ueu0

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Rob,

         Thanks. It's obvious from your video that they are there. It must be the way I have P3D setup on my rig.

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I had already reported that, in my opinion, the cloud shadows are less intense with Soft Clouuds (set 15 or 16).

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Is REX Soft Clouds even needed in Prepar3D or rather asked, does it make a significant difference?

I can understand that it will have a noteable impact on FSX, but Prepar3D?

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Like Pincopanco, I also noticed that shadows seem less intense with some sets compared to others (e.g. Set 1 vs Set 15). Though I don't remember if I deleted my shader folder after installing...will have to give it a shot again when I get back.

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