kiwi_biplane

New free sky textures and the sun glow effect for P3D (FSX)

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8 hours ago, kiwi_biplane said:

You can download the "IMPRESSION" set for P3D v4. And this link and additionally all files from the old site from here. Pay attention to the version of presets for PTA. Many for 32-bit simulator may not work in P3D v4.

Regards.

Thanks! In the meantime, I found out what's a problem: Quad9-DNS doesn't work with your site. OpenDNS does. I merely changed the order on my firewall.

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So I installed it, and tested with P3D-default white Beech Baron. The whites here are way too white, as in clipping white (I can't even make out rivets really anymore). I don't see anything similar on your shots. Is it maybe some incompatibility with REX products, as that's what I use? Any PTA-Version here is 2.62.

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OK - I restored REX textures, it seems something from there messed up the lighting system. I'm gonna stick to Skyforce for only clouds, and your preset, as I find it superior to what I've seen until now. So thank you!!

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I'm a little confused about using these textures with ASCA still. Am I right when I say that I download all the P3Dv4 sky textures, put them in the Data/SkyColor folder in ASCA's folder, then enable them in the ASCA interface, and then it should work with the global and full dynamics mode straight away?

DJJose, when you create a theme, does it still do the cycling of sky color based on the current weather?

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2 hours ago, Benjamin J said:

I'm a little confused about using these textures with ASCA still. Am I right when I say that I download all the P3Dv4 sky textures, put them in the Data/SkyColor folder in ASCA's folder, then enable them in the ASCA interface, and then it should work with the global and full dynamics mode straight away?

DJJose, when you create a theme, does it still do the cycling of sky color based on the current weather?

Negative. Creating a theme allows you to install that theme and make it active.

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2 hours ago, Benjamin J said:

I'm a little confused about using these textures with ASCA still. Am I right when I say that I download all the P3Dv4 sky textures, put them in the Data/SkyColor folder in ASCA's folder, then enable them in the ASCA interface, and then it should work with the global and full dynamics mode straight away?

DJJose, when you create a theme, does it still do the cycling of sky color based on the current weather?

Global and Dynamic are TWO of the many themes you can choose OR you can  create your own in ASCA.  If you do NOT choose Global or Dynamic themes,  the textures you start with are the textures you see through out the flight .

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3 minutes ago, vcarlo said:

Global and Dynamic are TWO of the many themes you can choose OR you can  create your own in ASCA.  If you do NOT choose Global or Dynamic themes,  the textures you start with are the textures you see through out the flight .

ASCA also comes with themes such as "refreshing" & "tempest." Those are just examples of themes that can be created with ASCA's art tools.

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On 7/19/2018 at 2:51 PM, lidorx7 said:

...can you tell me what is the similar set for this kind of textuers for V4 that you have on your site?...

You can experience the preset and new textures "SUMMER". You can download by clicking on the picture in my signature or with Drropbox. The view of the landscape will be slightly different than in the screenshot that you showed. You can change the color of the effect of the glow of the sun, if you want. By default in the set, the glow effect is "AIR".

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1 hour ago, vcarlo said:

Global and Dynamic are TWO of the many themes you can choose OR you can  create your own in ASCA.  If you do NOT choose Global or Dynamic themes,  the textures you start with are the textures you see through out the flight .

So for me the reason of purchasing ASCA to begin with, was to have the textures vary depending on the weather. Choosing anything besides Global would therefor somewhat defeat the purpose of ASCA, no? So, I see that it'd be easy to drop Kiwi's textures into the ASCA folder and select it from the ASCA interface for installation, and I can also see that ASCA will probably use Kiwi's textures in addition to the ones supplied with ASCA in Global, but is there a way of using Global with Kiwi's textures rather than the one supplied with ASCA?

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6 minutes ago, Benjamin J said:

So for me the reason of purchasing ASCA to begin with, was to have the textures vary depending on the weather. Choosing anything besides Global would therefor somewhat defeat the purpose of ASCA, no? So, I see that it'd be easy to drop Kiwi's textures into the ASCA folder and select it from the ASCA interface for installation, and I can also see that ASCA will probably use Kiwi's textures in addition to the ones supplied with ASCA in Global, but is there a way of using Global with Kiwi's textures rather than the one supplied with ASCA?

YES ! and I can show you how to do that... BTW you can use GLOBAL or DYNAMIC in ASCA and have the textures update with weather conditions as needed.  Assuming you have downloaded KIWI's sky textures and placed them properly into the ASCA/Data/SkyColor folder, go to ASCA GUI and click on SETTINGS.  Then click on WX INFLUENCE CONFIGURATION...now you see all the different folders from the SkyColor directory in your ASCA program.  KIWI made this part easy to see because all of his texture sets are listed in ALL CAPS.  Now you have to click on every ITEM (from top to bottom) in the large box and UNCHECK  any WX and GEO profiles you do not want to see the sky textures.  When you open one of KIWI's profiles, just choose the WX and GEO profiles you wish ASCA to choose during your flight.  ASCA will not use any sky textures that have the WX and GEO profies all "UNCHECKED" .  Make sure you save and apply all as you complete them and you will be good to go.  Just make sure to have Sky Textures checked in the main settings for ASCA.

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I just realized KIWI explains all this in this thread -- go here for a perfect explanation and pictures to follow >>>>>>  

 

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Most users recommend ENVTEX because the program has better looking sky textures and it does all the checking and unchecking for them.

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On 7/21/2018 at 2:32 PM, vcarlo said:

YES ! and I can show you how to do that... BTW you can use GLOBAL or DYNAMIC in ASCA and have the textures update with weather conditions as needed.  Assuming you have downloaded KIWI's sky textures and placed them properly into the ASCA/Data/SkyColor folder, go to ASCA GUI and click on SETTINGS.  Then click on WX INFLUENCE CONFIGURATION...now you see all the different folders from the SkyColor directory in your ASCA program.  KIWI made this part easy to see because all of his texture sets are listed in ALL CAPS.  Now you have to click on every ITEM (from top to bottom) in the large box and UNCHECK  any WX and GEO profiles you do not want to see the sky textures.  When you open one of KIWI's profiles, just choose the WX and GEO profiles you wish ASCA to choose during your flight.  ASCA will not use any sky textures that have the WX and GEO profies all "UNCHECKED" .  Make sure you save and apply all as you complete them and you will be good to go.  Just make sure to have Sky Textures checked in the main settings for ASCA.

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I just realized KIWI explains all this in this thread -- go here for a perfect explanation and pictures to follow >>>>>>  

 

Got it! Thanks 🙂 Probably should have looked a little better...

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