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I know posting this issue here is out of place, but no replies have been forthcoming from Aerosoft forums regarding

 flight oscillations after reaching cruise altitude in auto flight in all models of this aircraft in P3D v3.4,

Windows 10 platform.  latest Aerosoft versions.

I experience no performance problems with PMDG's NGX, 777 & 747v3. which of course are more demanding

CPU & GPU wise.

Has anyone else come across this problem.

 

 

 

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I only notice it climbing to cruise altitude with time acceleration, it porpoises badly. At cruise level its always been fine.


Sean Jones

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I had the same problem after reaching cruise level. My solution was to uninstall all 4 airbusses, and never install them again. I got frustrated and angry that Aerosoft choose to ignore it when people complain, and do everything to convince people that it's not their fault, but the customers. One silly excuse was that when fps drops under a certain number, it may behave funny, That's the most rediciilous excuse I've ever heard, I have NEVER had any other aircraft that misbehaved if the fps dropped below a certain number. Aerosoft is deefinitely a NO buy for me from now.

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Jorn Lundtoft

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23 minutes ago, jlund said:

One silly excuse was that when fps drops under a certain number, it may behave funny,

It does. That's not an excuse, it's a fact. I witness it every other flight. It is simply how the fly-by-wire system is programmed. It becomes unstable below 18FPS.

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To add to the lost of non-compliances, there is also the wing-rock which may occur on e.g., an ILS  approach prior to manual handling the landing, which is not evidently caused by turbulence or the weather engine. It occurs uncomfortably at quite low altitude and is obviously very  unrealistic and would be scary to say the least in reality. I believe that a similar explanation has been provided governing how the fly-by-wire has been coded and they don't intend to provide any fix for this behaviour. Needless to say, another competitor product does not exhibit this behaviour.

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4 hours ago, MAHLER said:

models of this aircraft in P3D v3.4,

So...this would be the old 32-bit Aerosoft Airbus X Extended product you're talking about?

Because the newer 64-bit Aerosoft Airbus Professional will not run on P3Dv3.4.

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Hi all,

Have taken a couple of flights using default weather themes instead of using ASN weather engine, no porpoise problems, am in the process of accessing

whether the wind and turbulence settings (default) in ASN are disturbing the flight characteristics of the aircraft..

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9 hours ago, Mace said:

So...this would be the old 32-bit Aerosoft Airbus X Extended product you're talking about?

Because the newer 64-bit Aerosoft Airbus Professional will not run on P3Dv3.4.

I fully agree with you. That means we should be aware that we are talking about an old aircraft on the old P3D!


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I'm talking about the Airbus Professional on P3D v 4.3, not the old one. And the funny part is that I never had the oscillation problem on the old Airbus Extendend, it's only the new "pro" busses that have it.

" That's not an excuse, it's a fact."  fact or not, it only speaks to poor programming and is NOT realistic. I've never hear of this problem with FSLabs' airbus, so they have apparently done it right. Aerosoft just won't recognize it at their fault and fix it.

 

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Jorn Lundtoft

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For me this aircraft flies perfectly.
You just have to disable weather, climb manually until reaching cruise alt, disable the auto throttle for the descent and warn your passengers that you don't really control your plane.
Then, if you are lucky and have acceptable frames rate, you'll have a chance to test your skills for a smooth touch down.

And what I love above all, is that it is the only simulated "pro" aircraft I know in 2019 which doesn't have pop-up windows for main instruments.

I love it so much that I don't want to use it anymore.
It now rests in my own museum of lemons.

😊

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David Roch


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I really don't understand why with so many iterations (versions) of the A320 starting in the days FSX, Aerosoft has not managed to get those (essential?) things right?


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25 minutes ago, David Roch said:

For me this aircraft flies perfectly.
You just have to disable weather, climb manually until reaching cruise alt, disable the auto throttle for the descent and warn your passengers that you don't really control your plane.
Then, if you are lucky and have acceptable frames rate, you'll have a chance to test your skills for a smooth touch down.

And what I love above all, is that it is the only simulated "pro" aircraft I know in 2019 which doesn't have pop-up windows for main instruments.

I love it so much that I don't want to use it anymore.
It now rests in my own museum of lemons.

😊

David, you brought a smile to my face on a grey miserable day, thank you. I read your first line and was keep to see why you thought that....😃


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@Nyxx Obviously, David is a pro of teasing 😉


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Lol 🙂
Always happy to bring a smile on someone's face Dave!!

I sincerely appreciate Aerosoft.
They fully participate enhancing our sim world for years and years, they are a serious company, and I have most of their EU airports which are excellent.
But their Airbus adventure is a fiasco.

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David Roch


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Take a look at their A330, no one knows when or IF it ever will be out, they once again keep making exscuses for the long delay, and I wouldn't be surprised if they use the news about MS2002 coming in maybe a year or so, they'll use that as another excuse to delay the A330.

Aerosoft, No thanks.


Jorn Lundtoft

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