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Hello, a lot of sites are announcing P3D v4 for very soon and it should be in 64 bits, what about CP ? did you plan something in 64 bits ?

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22 minutes ago, jimfr78 said:

Hello, a lot of sites are announcing P3D v4 for very soon and it should be in 64 bits, what about CP ? did you plan something in 64 bits ?

Thanks

A little piece of advice:  If you don't see or hear it directly from Lockheed Martin, take everything else with a grain of salt.  :biggrin:

As for the subject at hand, I am sure that if they have any inside knowledge (which I doubt they would confirm), they would be working to get their code updated and validated for the release of any new version of P3D.

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we are in the dark side... a lot of supposition, what will happen with a 64 bits P3D, how the developper  will manage to stay compatible .....

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We don't have v4 right now but we already know ChasePlane will need some work to be made compatible with x64

Regards,
Keven

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(Everyone probably knows about this, so please excuse if this news is old...)

Well, it is official.  I visited the PrePar3D.com site yesterday (May 23, 2017).  PrePar3D is releasing Version 4 (64-bit) on May the 30th.

Hopefully, Chase Plane will be compatible within the same week.  PMDG has announced that their products will be free to those who have purchased v3 (yay!)

Regards,

Roy

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Apart some of the advanced features like Static Cameras and Smooth Zoom, ChasePlane works out of the box with P3Dv4

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Indeed!  Purchased & Downloaded P3DV4 and Chase Plane works great.  Unfortunately, I have to fly a non-PMDG plane for another week or two until the 737/777's are released.

I maxed the settings on just about everything - and no slow downs!  I can finally put this 4.2 - 7700k, 32G Ram, 980-ti(SLI) to work on the 64-bit.

Chase Plane takes the 'cockpit shakes' to a higher level of realism.  Again, everything is very smooth at max levels.  I could not do this with P3Dv3.

Roy

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