Julien H

Ground texture "breathing"

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Good day everyone, I am not used to start a new thread but here I go.

I have a problem in P3D v4.1, where after tweaking my P3D.CFG, applying ENVTEX and PTA, the ground textures are "breathing", they are alternating between normal textures and all black. (see the pictures)

I have of course tried to look up for a solution before asking here, but unlike other people where the problem was after installing a new scenery or plane, I am full stock (unless ENVTEX of course) and so I really don't understand why it keeps happening.

So, has any of you experienced this and solved the problem or a solution for it? I'm stuck on the ground at the moment.

Have a great day! :)

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post your system specs please

That's usually a sign that you are overloading your system.

 

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Also, brown clouds? Looks like shader problem, and what "magic" .cfg tweaks??

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3 hours ago, Starbird said:

but unlike other people where the problem was after installing a new scenery or plane, I am full stock (unless ENVTEX of course)

Well, you ALSO installed a few things so how come you say you are full stock...? Restore things to default and see what happens. Could be ENVTEX, could be PTA. 

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That would be surprising since I've been using P3D V4 since mid-June and everything worked since then.

Alright so @vgbaron, I restored my default shaders, and then applied the preset (thopat 2.60) each category by each. After some tests I figured out the "custom tweaks" section was causing the trouble, now I disabled it and everything works perfectly (excepts the shader which may be a little different). Not sure what was wrong though, and thanks you all for your answers and help!

@jimcarrel: It was a shader problem you were right. And I tweaked it "by hand" following a guide, for me it works better than some tools.

@J van E: When I mean "full stock" I actually meant "no extra content" such as a C172, or any scenery. :)

 

Thanks again, happy flying! :biggrin:

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