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XP11 and Orbx TEGBS EGHI area mostly

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here are just a few shots from Orbx' true Earth Great Britain South project.  I can't run it on the recommended settings everywhere - Salisbury of all places seems to cause me problems and Im still working to figure it out.  but these pics from Southampton area are with recommended settings (max objects) and I think it looks great. (yes - London is also a problem on my system - i6 6600K not overclocked with a GTX1070 and 16Gig ram)

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|   Dave   |     if only we had more bullets...

A short sighted man on a high plateau can't figure out why a man stuck in a ravine complains about the view.

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Beautiful shots!


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19 hours ago, John F said:

Very nice. A lot to check out down there.

John

Thanks.  Yeah, I've flown over the P3D version of England for a long time and now flying over a good quality photoreal version is awesome.

16 hours ago, avgaskoolaid said:

Great shots. What sky textures/environment mods are you using? 

Thanks.  its my own set of sky textures with some rearranged sunglow files. no mods at all actually.  That's my version of 'clean' in the shots.

13 minutes ago, Pugilist2 said:

Beautiful shots!

Thanks!


|   Dave   |     if only we had more bullets...

A short sighted man on a high plateau can't figure out why a man stuck in a ravine complains about the view.

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Very nice shot .

In the case of your computer configuration you have to put the "Objects" settings on high and not maximum.

Can you show me a picture of your XP11 settings and see if there are things to improve.

 


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15 hours ago, filou said:

Very nice shot .

In the case of your computer configuration you have to put the "Objects" settings on high and not maximum.

Can you show me a picture of your XP11 settings and see if there are things to improve.

 

Hi Filou - I'm using Mr Venemas recommended settings shown here: https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/161216-recommend-xp11-slider-settings-for-trueearth-gb/

except that I have 'draw shadows on scenery' unticked and my texture quality is 'high' and lateral FOV is 98.6 or as close as I can get it.  It looks as good as the settings I was using and runs better so Ill stick with it I think - at least over TE GB.


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