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Ezdok Camera Update 1.18 Tutorial for FSX, FSX Steam and Prepar3d

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Recently, after years of inactivity, Ezdok announced an update. Should you install it? Why might you want to install it? I created a video to address these questions. There's special value for users of FSX Steam Edition and Prepar3d.

 

 

 

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just to be more clear for other users looking at this post...you should know that it's really more of a tutorial for INSTALLING the upgrade and not so much about USING the software itself.

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just to be more clear for other users looking at this post...you should know that it's really more of a tutorial for INSTALLING the upgrade and not so much about USING the software itself.

 

Thanks for catching that! I missed that the video still contained the word 'tutorial' when I published it. It wasn't meant to be there so I've edited it out. Apologies for any confusion.

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I just did this upgrade...I had EZDok installed for a long time and was frustrated with it, so I had recently uninstalled and tried the Saitek SW for the X52 (didn't like it). When I saw there was a BETA version of EZDok that included Prepar3d, I jumped on it. FYI, it turned out I needed to go install the old version of EZDok...that comes in a Flight1.com wrapper...the code had expired...I needed to go to FLight1 and request they reactivate my code which happened instantly. From there I was able to follow instructions found here

 

It all went well...just a lot of precise steps to follow including scanning for key conflicts in each sim, checking the version of SimConnect (no longer needed I understand now).

 

I am happy to have EZDok back...it looks promising and works great in Prepar3d V2.5, however in FSX (box/acceleration) I acn not fihgure out how to get the hat switch on my X52 to allow me to pan around like I can on Prepar3d and how I used to in FSX...very frustrating.

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