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This setting creates more problems than its worth. Sure its smoother, but you will get blurries and popups.

 

If we have nailed down our ''best settings'' in 1-2 settings its a good find already. I think its critical not to alter our settings in every flight but rather let the same settings for 2-3 flights, then change something (like removing FFTF=0.01) and do another set of flights.

 

Yesterday, I did a flight from Vancouver to Juneau using the NGX P3D using the above settings and it was very smooth. I know its smooth when there are moments when you can't say if the airplane has stopped moving or its actually moving. This means the simulation is completely stutter free and the eye perceives it as a fluid natural slow motion.

 

Another thing I do...I alter ASN settings during flight. When at the departure airport I set ASN cloud layer to 1 and maximum cloud distance to 60. As I climb I start adding layers (usually 3 or 5) and increasing cloud draw distance (inside ASN) to 100, 120 and 200 during cruise. I reverse the order during descend and landing. 

It would be great if Hifi could automate that in future versions of ASN.


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Another thing I do...I alter ASN settings during flight. When at the departure airport I set ASN cloud layer to 1 and maximum cloud distance to 60. As I climb I start adding layers (usually 3 or 5) and increasing cloud draw distance (inside ASN) to 100, 120 and 200 during cruise. I reverse the order during descend and landing. 
It would be great if Hifi could automate that in future versions of ASN.

 

Great idea.  But a pain to manage.  That feature enhancement would be brilliant.

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Great idea.  But a pain to manage.  That feature enhancement would be brilliant.

 

If you switch in and out of full screen mode during flights it isn't much of a hassle. However I think I should make a suggestion to the Hifi forum, if not already been made.


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