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Wow! Is it for sale? Really amazing.

"No add-ons developers will join FSW", they said. LOL

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This looks like photoscenery with autogen, and it's by Aime Leclerq so it'll be fantastic quality. Bring it on!!

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As a huge P3D fan I have to admit FSW is shaping up to be the true successor to FSX.

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That looks genuinely good. Probably even better than XPlane. When P3D would have such roads and details on mountains they would be not stoppable.

 

Guys: Look at that rain at 28min

I heard LM is working on that, but this looks really really good. It DTG 64bit yet?

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14 minutes ago, 737_800 said:

That looks genuinely good. Probably even better than XPlane. When P3D would have such roads and details on mountains they would be not stoppable.

 

Guys: Look at that rain at 28min

I heard LM is working on that, but this looks really really good. It DTG 64bit yet?

Yes, it's 64bit since Flight School. This video shows the old version of the rain, TrueSky has better effects. Including improved snow effects.
 

 

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29 minutes ago, torium said:

Another great one: "FSW StormClouds on photoscenery Alps."

 

I can´t get used to those clouds and they have a lot to deliver yet. 

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sorry but i fail to see what is so special about photorealistic and autogen when we had it already for 20 years?

do i miss something ??

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12 minutes ago, arsenal82 said:

sorry but i fail to see what is so special about photorealistic and autogen when we had it already for 20 years?

do i miss something ??

Maybe to some that haven't been around as long as you have and may not have another sim.  It would be nice for a change for some to not say anything if they don't have anything positive to say...did you ever think of that?

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2 hours ago, arsenal82 said:

sorry but i fail to see what is so special about photorealistic and autogen when we had it already for 20 years?

do i miss something ??

I've never seen PR and autogen like the first video and I've been simming for 20 years (that makes me feel really old). I'm an avid user of XP11 and ortho4xp and that video looks way better. 

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Perhaps arsenal82 would be kind enough to post a video for us, from "20 years" ago, that looks anywhere as impressive as the OP's...

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Looking at the OP's video, if that doeen't put FSW on the map nothing will. Stunning it is.

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12 hours ago, VeryBumpy said:

FWIW. It's...

 

On the first link, it is not in English, so have no idea what I am looking at lol. Is it for the photoscenery in the video ?

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7 hours ago, SmokeDiddy said:

Maybe to some that haven't been around as long as you have and may not have another sim.  It would be nice for a change for some to not say anything if they don't have anything positive to say...did you ever think of that?

it is not a matter of being positive or negative; that is open to personal interpretation anyway. 

not saying that the work presented on the video look good or bad (on the video) - or that fsw is bad or good

all i say is that photorealistic and autogen is nothing new and if anybody like this kind of scenery there is lots already out there; as is not just being invented yesterday :

just an example  xplane

 

look at france vfr works to give another example - fsx / p3d - and possibly also work in fsw

http://www.francevfr.com/product_vfrlanp3d.htm

Frank Dainese works:

http://scenarialpinifsx.blogspot.co.uk/

maybe those are also best scenery ever  ?

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52 minutes ago, arsenal82 said:

it is not a matter of being positive or negative; that is open to personal interpretation anyway. 

not saying that the work presented on the video look good or bad (on the video) - or that fsw is bad or good

all i say is that photorealistic and autogen is nothing new and if anybody like this kind of scenery there is lots already out there; as is not just being invented yesterday :

just an example  xplane

 

look at france vfr works to give another example - fsx / p3d - and possibly also work in fsw

http://www.francevfr.com/product_vfrlanp3d.htm

Frank Dainese works:

http://scenarialpinifsx.blogspot.co.uk/

maybe those are also best scenery ever  ?

Those examples while being quite good are not in the same league as the FSW videos, and remember this is a pre release unfinished product, nothing else has environmental effects on this level and I say that as the most biased P3D user you are likely to meet.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Glynn said:

Those examples while being quite good are not in the same league as the FSW videos, and remember this is a pre release unfinished product, nothing else has environmental effects on this level and I say that as the most biased P3D user you are likely to meet.

 

 

1 hour ago, Glynn said:

spot the difference between p3d fsx and fsw on Leclercq Video:

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put it the way we like it - either than true sky different clouds i see no other difference - using high res photorealistic + TREEX-LEGACY either in fsx p3d or fsw

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49 minutes ago, arsenal82 said:

 

put it the way we like it - either than true sky different clouds i see no other difference - using high res photorealistic + TREEX-LEGACY either in fsx p3d or fsw

So you did not notice the very much improved environmental effects or the motion of the aircraft provided by the built in A2A accufeel which on it's own costs almost as much as this whole simulator in it's pre release form.

The Sim is really developing into a nice product at a very reasonable price and once the SDK is released we should get some reasonably priced 3rd party addon's via Steam and it's frequent sales.

Whats not to like ?

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5 hours ago, arsenal82 said:

not saying that the work presented on the video look good or bad (on the video) - or that fsw is bad or good

But that's the whole point. Is the graphics (scenery) in the OP's video good or bad? Is it better than, for example, P3D straight out of the box? The use of aerial photographs is not the point (many of us have used Flight Unlimited). 

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58 minutes ago, Glynn said:

So you did not notice the very much improved environmental effects or the motion of the aircraft provided by the built in A2A accufeel which on it's own costs almost as much as this whole simulator in it's pre release form.

The Sim is really developing into a nice product at a very reasonable price and once the SDK is released we should get some reasonably priced 3rd party addon's via Steam and it's frequent sales.

Whats not to like ?

yes true fsw include accufeel; but that is not new either to flightsimulation - yes is included as default - very true - but the fsw terrain engine is mostly unchanged from fsx; that is why fsx - addons terrain based scenery work in fsw as they are, and to be honest they also show exactly as in fsx or p3d. I am comparing the scenery and how it look in fsw  - not the simulators itselfs.

 

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Looks very nice but as noted, it's pretty much the same in p3d or fsx.

Aerofly FS2 has the best looking photoscenery package I have ever seen with the ORBX LOWI addon. 

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