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NEW VIDEO FSX !!!!!

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>The animation I'm referring to is the day night / time of day>animation, showing how the textures change through the>different times of day.>>You don't see the traffic driving smoothly up and down the>road, but if you look at the road during the animation you see>the tiny specs of cars quickly moving around.//--------------------------------------------------------------Sorry dude, but that's not the traffic. Take a closer look at the pic below and you will see. I took a screenshot of that .gif file.Don't believe me, you can check it out yourself.- Slide 58- Right-Click the Picture on the right.- Then "Save Picture As..." (or something like that).- And open it and zoom in.:-bla

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Sorry, but the video isn't online.I search it on fsinsider site but I don't found it.Where is the file?THX! Aqui

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"Update 18:35 UTC March 29, 2006There has been a bit of a delay in getting the files posted to FSInsider, but I've been assured that they should appear today."Just wondering how it's coming? Curious if there's any proprietary issues involved here? Don't want to come across as 'demanding', but I missed the original release of the video and PP presentations and am anxious to see what the fuss is about.Cheers,Dave

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The delay is due to the Microsoft corporate web site bureaucracy. That's all. Looks like the files didn't show up today as expected so I'll poke the web people again tomorrow. Sorry for the delay and thanks for your interest!-Adam

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>Sorry dude, but that's not the traffic. Take a closer look at>the pic below and you will see. I took a screenshot of that>.gif file.>>Don't believe me, you can check it out yourself.>>- Slide 58>- Right-Click the Picture on the right.>- Then "Save Picture As..." (or something like that).>- And open it and zoom in.:-bla You can't see it in a still image, but it's fairly obvious in the animation.

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Any idea where in the website it will show up? I've poked around but I don't see an obvious area for that type of file. Downloads maybe?

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>You can't see it in a still image, but it's fairly obvious in>the animation.Then I don't know what to tell you. But I am sure that's definitely not the traffic. I even imported that .gif file to a GIF Animation Editor software, but still, it's not the traffic. While at first glance, you will notice something is moving "on" the road, but once you zoomed in, and you can see, that's actually the edges of the road texture (changing shapes or outlines or something). No cars, no trucks, no SUVs, no Batmobile, no bikes, no nothing. :-violin

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That's actually a bug! The appearance of the cleared shoulder of the road changed each time the road was rendered for the different times of day. Don't worry, we'll fix it! Just because this turned out not to be cars doesn't mean there won't be cars in FSX though... ;-)-Adam

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>Just because this turned out not to be cars doesn't mean there>won't be cars in FSX though... ;-)>>-Adam//-------------------------------------------------------------I assume everybody knew that, right? ;-) ;-) ;-) :-wave

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OMG! That's beautiful! Hmm how do we model orbital flight now! MUHAHAHAHA Thanks for the peek Adam!:-wave

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Fantastic! I was pleasantly surprised to see what's in the works in the global scenery arena.

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Looks Awesome!! I can hardly wait! Keep the screenies and vids coming, Adam! :-jumpy

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My first comments were after viewing the video. Yes eye candy first.:D However I read the paper and the viewed the presentation. That was even better!This was a real boon to us ground pounders (ie scenery designers) thanks once again for providing us a peek Adam! Make sure they have that saved to a nice place on the fsinsider website when new news pushes it off the front page. Makes a good reference article we can come back to.

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