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Aircraft drift in external view

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Will chaseplane have aircraft drift in external view (where the plane or camera position moves about slightly as tho you were really flying alongside the aircraft in a "chaseplane".

 

I know EZDOK1 does it as well as DCS. The camera itself can move rather than the aircraft to simulate the effect.

 

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Will chaseplane have aircraft drift in external view (where the plane or camera position moves about slightly as tho you were really flying alongside the aircraft in a "chaseplane".

 

I know EZDOK1 does it as well as DCS. The camera itself can move rather than the aircraft to simulate the effect.

 

Fairly certain EZDok v1 does not do that...

We have a similar feature on our list of things to do!

 

Regards,

Keven

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Fairly certain EZDok v1 does not do that...

We have a similar feature on our list of things to do!

 

Regards,

Keven

Thanks Keven,

Here is a quick screen grab of EZDOK's external cam drift like effect.  The effect is applied by EZDOK1 with no aircraft or camera manipulation at the time of recording.

 

The user adjustable effect seems to be applied to the camera x/y/z position and roll axis. Even a gentle slow "figure 8" movement on x y and z is all that is required to give the effect that the plane is not "glued" to the camera.

 

 

 

If Chaseplane includes something like this (above), it will be a sure sale in my case.

 

Something like this (below) would also make chaseplane irresistible (EZDOK  v2 has not implemented this)..

https://youtu.be/qEguBrT0dEE

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