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Golden Dawn.... P3Dv3.3.

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P3Dv3.3 - PTA - Orbx Global - REX4 with Navid's sky's.

 

I've thought for a long time that X-Plane was, in many ways, the best looking sim, but with PTA that has changed. P3Dv3.3 is now king of the hill IMHO.

 

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+1 P3D V3 is the first place new gold standard! Agreed wholeheartedly!

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I have PTA installed and it is a great app. Allows for much more of a customized experience.

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Can you use PTA together with Realism Shader Pack (RSP) ?

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Wow these screenshots are nice! Could you send us some pics of you PTA and HDR settings?

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Can you use PTA together with Realism Shader Pack (RSP) ?

No. It offers nothing over PTA so I don't know why you would want to combine the two. PTA is a little more complex to use, but worth getting to grips with. I used to make my own cloud.fx shader, but this combines all the tweaks I discovered, so can use a one stop shop.

 

 

Wow these screenshots are nice! Could you send us some pics of you PTA and HDR settings?

I'll grab my settings and post them later :)

 

That last shot is a real beauty.

Thank you Tim :)

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Very nice, although I always thought that compared to several other flight simulators, FSX/P3D always looked a lot more like paintings, than real flight scapes. To each his own. :smile:

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Here is a link to my PTA config. Place it in your PTA directory and then open 'P3Dv33 with HDR.ini'

 

Thanks!!

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Those are great looking shots!

 

 

Thank you :)

 

Three more.

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Wow, atmospheric scattering was imo the biggest thing graphics wise that has been missing from p3d, this is a pretty groundbreaking tweak.  Really great shots!

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Is that atmospgeric scattering in your photos?

 

 

Yes, its an effect added by PTA or RSP although that (RSP) is not yet 3.3 compatible.

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Very innovative use of lighting...artistic impression!

 

HLJAMES

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I like it, but their is too much colour in the water.

 

How do I lighten the water? Thanks.

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Yeah that last shot is spectacular. The colour and tree, terrain and cloud shadows are absolutely spot on. Prepar3D as real as it gets :smile:

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Yes, its an effect added by PTA or RSP although that (RSP) is not yet 3.3 compatible.

just to understand you better. The amospheric scattering that is provided by the PTA program is a true atmospheric scattering rendering or is it just a really nice work around to make it look as if it was being rendered?

 

It looks like its a true rendering of it.

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just to understand you better. The amospheric scattering that is provided by the PTA program is a true atmospheric scattering rendering or is it just a really nice work around to make it look as if it was being rendered?

 

To be honest I have no idea how this effect is created, maybe Knossos could chip in and explain. With PTA you have control over the effect strength and the tint, so the ability to customise the look of the atmosphere is quite powerful.

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