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Hello all,

Don't think I'm the only one to ask but i was just wondering if anybody knows of any studios working on an Embraer for the sim?

Thanks. Cameron Bondar

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The Wilco ones work in P3D.

My neighbor is an Embraer pilot, has flown all the best in flight sim pmdg e.t.c but says the Wilco Embraer is very good and it some spots more realstic / accurate the pmdg , fs labs.

 

 

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Specifically, has anyone gotten Feelthere's e-jets 2 working in P3D 4?

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8 minutes ago, EastFB72 said:

VirtualCol Embraer appears to work for me in P3D v4

I confirm that as well. 

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37 minutes ago, EastFB72 said:

VirtualCol Embraer appears to work for me in P3D v4

 

28 minutes ago, FrankSalo said:

I confirm that as well. 

Same here!

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VirtualCol, doesn`t get close to what Feelthere Wilco offer. But I guess for now the option is VirtualCol. What about using the Estonia Migration tool?

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35 minutes ago, bthiago said:

VirtualCol, doesn`t get close to what Feelthere Wilco offer. But I guess for now the option is VirtualCol. What about using the Estonia Migration tool?

The FeelThere E-Jets use 32 bit DLLs to provide functionality for the systems, displays and FMS. 

Unless FeelThere updates those to 64 bit, the aircraft will never work in P3DV4. The migration tool will be of no help in this regard.

The E-Jets WILL work in P3D 3.4 and below

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1 hour ago, JRBarrett said:

The FeelThere E-Jets use 32 bit DLLs to provide functionality for the systems, displays and FMS. 

Unless FeelThere updates those to 64 bit, the aircraft will never work in P3DV4. The migration tool will be of no help in this regard.

The E-Jets WILL work in P3D 3.4 and below

I do have on my P3D 3.4 working great. But as you said; 34bit dll won`t work on V4.

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This will keep me from trying P3D 4.  That and the CS 757.  Gotta have them.

 

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Wish someone would create a good quality E-175 and E-190/195 since I decided I really don't care for the CRJ (sorry Aerosoft). The Wilco E-Jet is of poor quality all around including the cockpit and exterior model.

Darryl

 

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Good morning gents,

could someone please give a little instruction of how you got the VirtualCol Embraer 190/195 to work with P3D V4???

Help would be greatly appreciated....

 

Regards Thomas!

 

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3 hours ago, tom_m said:

Good morning gents,

could someone please give a little instruction of how you got the VirtualCol Embraer 190/195 to work with P3D V4???

Help would be greatly appreciated....

 

Regards Thomas!

 

I don't recall doing anything differently, just install as per prior versions. Are you having difficulty or not tried yet?

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Hi Ian,

 

thanks for your reply!

meanwhile it looks like it's working - just pointing to the P3D V4 folder during installation didn't work... I had to copy the content of the virtualcol-folders "effects", "gauges", "sounds" etc. to the folders inside P3D.

I'll do a test flight tonight.

Regards Thomas!

 

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7 hours ago, tom_m said:

 I had to copy the content of the virtualcol-folders "effects", "gauges", "sounds" etc. to the folders inside P3D.

 

I didn't... I just installed it and it works great! Don't know what the difference might be...

 

Russ

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I want the Embraer 145 most of all.

 

Stan

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9 minutes ago, spilok said:

I want the Embraer 145 most of all.

 

Stan

Ditto...

 

Regards,

Scott

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I'd really just like to have a modern (as in new development, don't care if the aircraft developed is a steam gauged classic) well modeled regional jet/prop with a great sound-set and a tuned FDE that hand flies well. Waiting for the Majestic to update to V4 and also got my eyes peeled for the Cool Sky DC9.  The TFDi 717 is in my hangar but I get some CTD's using the beta version of it and the AS CRJ wobbles around it's flight path like a drunken sailor looking for his ship in it's current state on my system.  I always thought even though it might not be too popular that the Dornier 328 series would be an interesting release being there is both a T/prop and Jet version of both. The ERJ series updated to modern standards would be welcomed too and is probably far more likely to occur.

 

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Here is something that I have found regarding the Embraer 170 and 190 series.  It appears that Joshua Mendoza (JoshChe) from TDFi designs is working on a side project.  Look it up "FSElite tfdi-developer-working-on-embraer-as-side-project" which he calls is pet project.  Would be nice to see it come to fruition.

User JoshChe, known for his involvement with the TFDi 717, was spotted asking for real life Embraer pilots over on Reddit. His particular question was about someone being able to take a picture of the cockpit of an Embraer 17x/19x. Usually TFDi developers go by a flair to recognise them on Reddit, though said flair was missing this time.

This is exciting news, I'm looking forward to reading more news about it.

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Hello,

Vic @FeelThere said yesterday :

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Dear Folks,

Please let me give you an update about the development and release of the EMB v2 for P3D4.
Yes, the development is over and even the testing is over. The product will be released in around middle of December (this year) if everything is goes as planned.

Best regards,

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Currently we are looking for the price range at around $24.99

You forgot to include this part of the quote from Feelthere...

 

Russ

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