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Ventura Sky for X-Plane 10.50

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Excerpt from venturasky.com:

 

"Ventura Sky is a free add-on to modify atmosphere rendering in X-Plane 10.50 by Laminar Research, addressing some of the most criticized aspects of X-Plane’s visuals and weather depiction. It exclusively works with real weather provided by the NOAA weather plug-in by Joan Perez i Cauhé. The main features are smooth shifts between live METAR visibility values, a visibility limit catering to aesthetics and performance as well as a color calibrated atmosphere with improved and dynamic atmospheric effects. All that in a hassle and configuration free package: a FlyWithLua script and a sky color set, drop the files in place and get flying instantly."

 

 

 

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Nice pictures 

 

Excuse the question.....

 

I fly X-plane sometimes,  when i do i use Real Terra Haze.   I see from your fourth picture down it has that RTH look about it.  Are you using RTH as well ?  Or does Venture Sky have an option for that.

 

I could never get my head around the RTH settings,  Could never figure out what to pick  

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Nice pictures 

 

Excuse the question.....

 

I fly X-plane sometimes,  when i do i use Real Terra Haze.   I see from your fourth picture down it has that RTH look about it.  Are you using RTH as well ?  Or does Venture Sky have an option for that.

 

I could never get my head around the RTH settings,  Could never figure out what to pick

 

It replaces RTH, they're not compatible.

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Sold!

 

Looks more realistic than RTH in my opinion. Does it function with SkyMaxx Pro v3?

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I am really enjoying this plug-in! 

Having flown with RTH (which I thought was immersive), this is even more-so.

 

Love that visibility increases automatically, and smoothly as you gain altitude.  Makes tubeliner flying much more satisfying overall!

Bill

KGSP

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Love that visibility increases automatically, and smoothly as you gain altitude.  Makes tubeliner flying much more satisfying overall!

 

Thanks Bill, IFR flights is what this was created for!

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Not sure if its to do with Ventura Sky or not but I thought I might just post this here...since installing the plugin, my screen has been flashing yellow for a second every 10 minutes or so. Not sure whats up, haven't seen it before and I have flown today before installing Ventura. 

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Let me just add that the flashes only happen when its dusk or dark, not in daylight. 

 

I have never seen this, kind of hard to believe it's Ventura Sky causing this. Anybody else has seen this?

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Just completed my first flight using Ventura Sky.  Very cool...and really like the Ventura Sky Colors accessed via SkyMaxx Pro injection.

 

Thank you to the dev, Frontendrob.   :hi:

 

A very nice and generous offering for metric visuals.

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Mr. Front...

 

Getting unreal sky metrics...and NOAA rules!

 

Really like your custom Ventura Sky Colors...the best yet!

 

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Ventura Sky 1.2...simply fabulous! :)))))))
 
 
 

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Really like your custom Ventura Sky Colors...the best yet!

 

Thanks! Glad you're enjoying it.

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