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Robbie1881

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Hello all,

 

I run P3D V3. I've had ftx global base for 6 months now, and after a reinstall of Windows I've started to notice buildings and trees coming out of the ground if I zoom in...obviously this is at my LOD Radius which I have checked in my config, and is set by default at 6.5 miles. I was wondering if all of this is normal and if I was to increase my LOD Radius, would there be a loss of fps etc.

 

Thank you

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Hello all,

 

I run P3D V3. I've had ftx global base for 6 months now, and after a reinstall of Windows I've started to notice buildings and trees coming out of the ground if I zoom in...obviously this is at my LOD Radius which I have checked in my config, and is set by default at 6.5 miles. I was wondering if all of this is normal and if I was to increase my LOD Radius, would there be a loss of fps etc.

 

Thank you

 

 

I believe the maximum cannot be forced higher in the P3D.cfg. I've tried and never saw a difference. A little disappointing because I can easily see a ring of trees growing in front of me and disappearing behind when I fly above 10,000 ft.

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Could be wrong, but I think this controlled by

 

AUTOGEN_TREE_MAX_DRAW_DISTANCE

AUTOGEN_TREE_MIN_DISTANCE_TO_LOD

 

and not LOD radius.

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I believe the maximum cannot be forced higher in the P3D.cfg. I've tried and never saw a difference. A little disappointing because I can easily see a ring of trees growing in front of me and disappearing behind when I fly above 10,000 ft.

I completely agree with you and thank you for the advice/explanation.

 

Could be wrong, but I think this controlled by

 

AUTOGEN_TREE_MAX_DRAW_DISTANCE

AUTOGEN_TREE_MIN_DISTANCE_TO_LOD

 

and not LOD radius.

Do you know if increasing that would cause any fps or memory loss?

 

Many Thanks

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