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787 Dreamliner Video from Squirrel

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Here is a great video about the Dreamliner. I am definitely getting the MSFS Premium Deluxe version that has this plane. 

 

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oh yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Departing from Nice ( France )


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this plane cockpit has fps problem  they have to fix cause on big airport is imposible to keep over 30 fps

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Posted (edited)

Looks like it's finally possible to change the aircraft registration, he's using G-SQRL

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Unfortunately I see small stutters looking outside the windows. That I have seen on many preview vids..


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Like a 1990’s supermodel, looks fantastic but suffers from questionable erratic behaviour 

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I haven't (yet) seen this particular video but this HUD is seriously not collimated. uhh 🙄 Well, let's wait for post-release fix then.

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I'm starting to understand why Sebastian looked so stressed out in yesterday's Q&A

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4 minutes ago, badderjet said:

I haven't (yet) seen this particular video but this HUD is seriously not collimated. uhh 🙄 Well, let's wait for post-release fix then.

Where have you seen things about the HUD? It’ll be collimated - on a 2d screen it has to be. Do you mean it doesn’t have a fixed eyebox?

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Look at this landing. No nose nod'ing at all.

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43 minutes ago, michael8 said:

this plane cockpit has fps problem  they have to fix cause on big airport is imposible to keep over 30 fps

So is it just the 787 that gives bad FPS?  That would explain why Chewwy is getting bad FPS.

Does GA aircraft give good FPS then?


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22 minutes ago, 2reds2whites said:

Where have you seen things about the HUD? It’ll be collimated - on a 2d screen it has to be. Do you mean it doesn’t have a fixed eyebox?

I've seen it on some live stream and it does absolutely not align with the outside view. Really really not. What I couldn't see is if the virtual image appears actually ahead of the aircraft. From what I've seen I'd wonder if it did. But that's fine, there will be 3PDs taking over.

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1 minute ago, badderjet said:

I've seen it on some live stream and it does absolutely not align with the outside view. Really really not. What I couldn't see is if the virtual image appears actually ahead of the aircraft. From what I've seen I'd wonder if it did. But that's fine, there will be 3PDs taking over.

Ok. Would be good to see it in a video. On the aircraft you sit high and forward to put the HUD image in the right place. The seat position is quite unusual compared to other jets. I wonder if this doesn’t lend itself to simulation. Would have to see the video to check it out. 

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