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Cirrus SR22 & a few others..

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Very nice Comanche, could you please show me how to convert that NYC scenery to X-Plane? I have DD New York City v2 and I'm assuming thats what you're using? Please post your settings for fs2xplane and did you use the hi-res textures when installing DD NYC v2 or low res?


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This is the DD NYC scenery for x-plane. no need to convert anything. However, if you wanted to use the Aerosoft NYC scenery in XP, you can convert it with FS2XP and it generally works, but a few buildings show up without textures. I used the aerosoft version for a while until the DD version came out for XP and then I switched to that because it looked better. Both ran very smooth on my system. I get about 35-40 FPS around Manhattan which is a a lot smoother than I got FSX and Aerosoft Manhattan.

 

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Super shots.  The Sr22 looks great!


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