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Rex World Wide Airports HD.

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@rjfry I agree Rex Worldwide airports HD is a great product, it unfortunately only replaces textures on airport buildings and models. I believe the OP's product was a full texture replacement for all autogen textures in the simulator.

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4 hours ago, rjfry said:

Rex World Wide Airports HD. 

What about it? Also I have read criticism that it reduces the variety in default airport textures somewhat.

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I am not promoting anything but there is a product with HD included already.  


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18 hours ago, rjfry said:

I am not promoting anything but there is a product with HD included already.  

The HD Autogen Buildings include every building which is not an airport building (apart from city specific modelling)

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HD just means high definition. And in the context of flight simulator it is completely meaningless as it has no accepted definition; having 4096 textures does not make something high definition because if you cover the same area with 4 of 1024 textures you get identical definition. What matters is pixel density, so the measurement unit is something like pixels per centimetre/metre or dots per inch (DPI).

In the context of these texture replacement products (and quite a few others) they typically do at least double the pixel density by covering the same area with the next texture size up, so I suppose it is fair to say they are "higher definition [than default"].


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