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MSFS2020 - DUBAI International 747-8 Cockpit Takeoff

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Amazing. The 747 actually looks quite details.

Thanks for sharing.

Wonder why he uses reverse thrust to back out of the stand, instead of using the pushback-feature... Oh, well... 🙂

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It's worth noting that content creators only have the standard version of the sim, which doesn't include Dubai International. So what you're seeing here is only autogen and not the handcrafted version of the airport.

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In the first part of this video, there is obvious blurring of areas outside the area of interest. Does anyone know if this was a effect added afterward or is the result of the sim 'depth of field' setting (which I think I saw in another video discussing the multitude of graphical settings available)? 


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25 minutes ago, odourboy said:

In the first part of this video, there is obvious blurring of areas outside the area of interest. Does anyone know if this was a effect added afterward or is the result of the sim 'depth of field' setting (which I think I saw in another video discussing the multitude of graphical settings available)? 

Nah, he supplied some sort of outside effect, I think.


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1 hour ago, travelabroad said:

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Wonder why he uses reverse thrust to back out of the stand, instead of using the pushback-feature... Oh, well... 🙂

Lol he requests for the pushback but ATC tells him it’s unavailable. There’s still a need for a ground services program.  (See 02:00 time mark in the video)

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Also, it doesn’t feel like Dubai unless there’s more A380’s parked than you’ll see in a lifetime. 

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4 minutes ago, UAL4life said:

Yeah the whine of the 747-8i engines is on point 

Of course, I had the rare pleasure of watching this on an audio workstation with very good speakers, but the mixing is way more dynamic than the PMDG 747-8 for example. Gotta love the new engine.

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1 hour ago, odourboy said:

In the first part of this video, there is obvious blurring of areas outside the area of interest. Does anyone know if this was a effect added afterward or is the result of the sim 'depth of field' setting (which I think I saw in another video discussing the multitude of graphical settings available)? 

It's part of the camera suite.

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Gorgeous video. MSFS and the default planes, while not comparable to PMDGs and FSLabs, will do wonders to bring a new generation into this hobby that will utimately benefit us all. 

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It's a nice movie, but I'm kinda fed up with these gamer videos flying complex aircrafts by using CTRL E and ignoring the fmc. Sorry if I sound grumpy, Im happy it got posted and it's a nice quality movie, it's just a dime a dozen right now. Even IGN posted a movie showcasing exactly zero skill in flying the aircrafts. 

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