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I don't normally post screenshot, but can't resist when I see this in flight

 

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Now that's finally what I call "overcast". Is this from P3D or from FSX? Still wonder if I should ditch FS Global Real Weather for AS2016...

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Now that's finally what I call "overcast". Is this from P3D or from FSX? Still wonder if I should ditch FS Global Real Weather for AS2016...

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P3D v3.3

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I don't normally post screenshot, but can't resist when I see this in flight

 

 

 

Great shot :smile:

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Now that's finally what I call "overcast". Is this from P3D or from FSX? Still wonder if I should ditch FS Global Real Weather for AS2016...

 

I have previously purchased ASN so for me it was an evolutionary move. :) But if you do decide to go for AS16 (I recommend it), allow me to suggest you to get the Active Sky Cloud Art. Real-Time Texture Dynamics really enhance overall user experience.

 

Cheers,

 

Andrej

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Danny, Is this just Active Sky 2016 ?  Or do you have a Texture set in there as well ?

 

Last question:  In your Prepar3D settings do you have your Cloud Density set to maximum to achieve this look? 

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Nice shot Andy, no matter what texture set you have, the cloud looks amazing!

 

Robert

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AS16 does finally make England look...well like England, Grey, permanently overcast.  For the first time ever last week i looked out of my window and finally saw an almost perfect replica of the weather in P3Dv3

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Danny, Is this just Active Sky 2016 ?  Or do you have a Texture set in there as well ?

 

Last question:  In your Prepar3D settings do you have your Cloud Density set to maximum to achieve this look? 

 

I have soft cloud and texture direct as well, I haven't pulled the trigger on ASCA.

 

Yes cloud density is max in P3D setting. Surprisingly, different from ASN, the performance penalty from high cloud density is not much in AS 2016. Not sure what the Active sky team did, but good job. 

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