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I don't know if you guys feel the same, all the presets to me look so "blue", and the contrast is a bit high that makes the VC darker, I tried New THOPAT Preset yesterday

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Agreed. 

Kind regards, Michael

 

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As always I have taken the latest Thopat preset , then applied my tweaks and then adjusted it according to Active Sky.

E.g : using a visibility below 99 nm , 100-199 or 200 in AS ask for different haze and raleigh scattering settings.

Also the zoom in P3D has influence on the  view.It took me 3,5h but it looks great ...

Regarding to much blue : 

Screenshot-2-Holding-Pattern-Coach-Class

 

 

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Aehm, Gerard, thta looks awesome ! Would you mind sharing your pta config ?

Please ?

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9 hours ago, RTK1972 said:

Aehm, Gerard, thta looks awesome ! Would you mind sharing your pta config ?

Please ?

That is a photo which I used to define the haze/raleigh scattering settings with the 3 different Active Sky visibility profiles. Now my view looks like that.

Will post it later today or tomorrow morning.

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3 hours ago, GSalden said:

That is a photo which I used to define the haze/raleigh scattering settings with the 3 different Active Sky visibility profiles. Now my view looks like that.

Will post it later today or tomorrow morning.

Thank you so much bro !

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This is how it looks from within my cockpit. Bear in mind that I have a 40"- 32"- 32" view setup.

PTA2 saldo.jpg 

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This was raised in the beginning of the thread but got out of sight later:

Is there any preset dedicated or at least optional for HDR off?

Thank you and kind regards, Michael

 

 

 

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43 minutes ago, pmb said:

This was raised in the beginning of the thread but got out of sight later:

Is there any preset dedicated or at least optional for HDR off?

Thank you and kind regards, Michael

 

 

 

Hi Michael,

Is there a reason you don't want HDR ?

regards

Gerard

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Gerard, I've been following this thread and was wondering what the HDR settings would be 

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23 minutes ago, Jack_Sawyer said:

Gerard, I've been following this thread and was wondering what the HDR settings would be 

Download a preset and look in the presets info ( Settings at the top of the taskbar ) . Adam , Thopat and I have it written their.

 

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4 minutes ago, GSalden said:

Download a preset and look in the presets info ( Settings at the top of the taskbar ) . Adam , Thopat and I have it written their.

 

Thanks.

I only ask because some people do not put it in there as a not or program P3Dv4 to set it up[.

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1 hour ago, GSalden said:

Hi Michael,

Is there a reason you don't want HDR ?

regards

Gerard

I am experimenting with HDR off as it seems to make autogen popping in batches, e.g. in largers flats, less noticeable.

Kind regards, Michael

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48 minutes ago, pmb said:

I am experimenting with HDR off as it seems to make autogen popping in batches, e.g. in largers flats, less noticeable.

Kind regards, Michael

You can try with HDR on and in the preset turn down the level of contrast.

Did you try my preset to see what it does , as the raleigh scattering and haze make it less visible. ( AS visibility = 200 )

regards,

Gerard

 

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