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Copying FSR Files From One PC to Another

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I posted this in the Prepar3D forum but I don't seem to be getting any responses there, so will post it here because I believe more people read this forum:

 

Does anyone know if it is possible to copy FSR recording files from a sim on one computer (I.E. Prepar3D v4) to the same version of the sim (I.E. Also Prepar3D v4) on another computer and have it be able to playback on the second computer?  I don't have multiple computers with P3D v4 on it so I can't test it myself.

 

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If by FSR, you're referring to FS Recorder files, as long as you have the same aircraft on both computers with the same title, it should be safe to just copy and paste the files, then run FS Recorder and replay it. Having the same scenery on both computers also helps, too.

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On 10/7/2018 at 2:13 PM, Captain Kevin said:

If by FSR, you're referring to FS Recorder files, as long as you have the same aircraft on both computers with the same title, it should be safe to just copy and paste the files, then run FS Recorder and replay it. Having the same scenery on both computers also helps, too.

Yes.  I want to be 100% sure it will work before I try though.  I am planning on uploading these files for the public to install into their sims and watch, but I have no way of testing it myself...

On 10/7/2018 at 2:40 PM, J35OE said:

FSRecorder doesn't work with P3Dv4.

Sorry if I caused any confusion, but I don't mean from the software FSRecorder, but recorded from the Simulator's built in recording feature.


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On 10/20/2018 at 3:43 PM, caleb1 said:

Yes.  I want to be 100% sure it will work before I try though.  I am planning on uploading these files for the public to install into their sims and watch, but I have no way of testing it myself...

Sorry if I caused any confusion, but I don't mean from the software FSRecorder, but recorded from the Simulator's built in recording feature.

That I can't help you with, I thought you were asking about FS Recorder.


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Yes, you can share.


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