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48 minutes ago, Christopher Low said:

So, when is this "control panel" going to be available?

https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/168114-tegb-south-p3dv44-settings-for-smooth-performance-at-4k/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-1481850

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Thanks, Michael. I agree that taking extra time to obtain the best performance gains possible will be worth the wait.

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Orbx TE-UK P3D Q400 circuit around UK2000 EGNX

 


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On 2/16/2019 at 7:43 PM, tooting said:

It couldnt possibly be your trying to put 10 gigs of scenery into an software engine designed 20 years ago.

Yeah you’re right. It’s not like things can evolve and get redesigned as they progress.

While I’m at it I better ditch my 25 year old operating system, 30 year old CPU... and how on earth the internet is able to transfer those 10GB files is beyond me, considering it was designed 50+ years ago. 

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Let's hope that ORBx can optimise this a lot better when the control panel is released, because jerky framerates and stutters are rather disappointing on a system as powerful as yours, Kevin.


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Yes, I am also very disappointed by the low fps and the stutters with quite similar rig.
 


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Color me unimpressed also. That is a beefy computer and it seems like it is still struggling with this scenery. Definitely a beautiful scenery tho.

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I could have optimised the settings more, I wanted to use the same one as in the Bronco vid to show a direct comparison.  The overall framerate could keep up at 30, but there were low points and stutters as scenery loaded.  I hope that the 30% performance increase mooted by JV will help eliminate those.  London apart, the scenery is good and should be useable for most.


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Yes, I should clarify that I was only referring to Kevin's video of a flight over London. His other videos that I have seen of locations elsewhere look nice and smooth.


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Noticeable that the beta testing isnt great, Ive reported some basic autogen exclusion issues at Orbx EGHI.  Now I wouldnt expect Orbx to necessarily check compatibility against 3rd party products, (but even that wouldbt be too hard given most available are UK2000!), but someone should have at least tested their own airports! 😂

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I have just completed my first circuit flight (EGGW Luton) with ORBx TrueEarth GB South active (less those 3DM files that cause such trouble in dense scenery areas). It was early morning (around 6 AM) and half dark, but the immersion when seeing realistic towns, villages and streetlights was so much better than the "no buildings and no lights" that I see at this time of the day with my old Horizon UK VFR Photographic scenery. There were a few more stutters, but I can work on that. The end result of that little experience is........hurry up and release the P3D v4 version of TrueEarth GB Central!!

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1 hour ago, Christopher Low said:

I have just completed my first circuit flight (EGGW Luton) with ORBx TrueEarth GB South active (less those 3DM files that cause such trouble in dense scenery areas). It was early morning (around 6 AM) and half dark, but the immersion when seeing realistic towns, villages and streetlights was so much better than the "no buildings and no lights" that I see at this time of the day with my old Horizon UK VFR Photographic scenery. There were a few more stutters, but I can work on that. The end result of that little experience is........hurry up and release the P3D v4 version of TrueEarth GB Central!!

Here I used UK VFR with Nightenvironment + custom AG , so I had buildings , trees and lights .

 

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I really hope that ORBx do not take too long getting the P3D v4 version of TrueEarth GB Central released. After enjoying the early morning views of TrueEarth GB South scenery recently (even with all of those 3DM files removed), I am finding it more difficult to fly in those areas of the UK that are not yet covered. The consistent colouration of the photoscenery in TrueEarth GB South makes a big difference, and those areas in the Horizon photoscenery that have always been a problem (poor colour saturation and quality) are starting to become all too apparent. A good example would be the area south of EGNJ Humberside. I have just completed a quick circuit there, and whilst the relative darkness of twilight masks those defects to a certain extent, they will become all too apparent when the Sun starts to get higher in the sky.


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On 2/16/2019 at 2:47 AM, kevinfirth said:

In and around Bristol, not exactly the lightest area ever...30fps smooth

Thats butter smooth.

 

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