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My MSFS converted ai traffic

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umm...okay what is it, how did you do it, etc?

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Most important question for me: how’s the performance with those FSX models compared to native MSFS traffic models?

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???

Don't understand people making such posts.

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yes i don't understand why post like this are crated only to show the pics and nothing more.

 

That traffic is generated by psxseecontraffic, using ivao-cls liveryes 

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hello...

well... i couldnt write before because i was busy.

1) traffic is not ivao, is converted from fsx ai models and generated with realtraffic application and the wonderfull PSXTSEECONTRAFFIC.

2) i wanted to post a few photos to gie some kind of "illusion" to people who is always saying that MSFS is veeeery bad. (for example, sometimes, myself!)....iwas so happy to see ai planes that i wanted to share with te community.

3) i never hear the people in "no-land" but the "yes-land" one. 🙂

4) use JBTools to organize ai traffic and after, lyoutgenerator to update the JSON files.

the only problem i have now is some ai lights (still blinking on tail) and the terrible bat black landing lights from some models.

the rest is PERFECT!

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Posted (edited)
24 minutes ago, abranpuko said:

1) traffic is not ivao, is converted from fsx ai models

Ok, but how? Is it simply running them through one of the converters, or is there a lot of hand editing?

I've seen other people make similar posts, but no one seems to want to share how to do this. Its like a big secret lol. I understand the big AI groups reluctance to do anything due to permissions etc. and the projects that are in motion seem like vaporware with very little updates. 

I have an old hard drive half full of FSX AI planes but no idea how to convert them. I am familiar with tools to create AI flight plans and compile the traffic BGL's. It was a secret pleasure to manipulate these in past sims, and I know I'm not alone. 

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Posted (edited)
59 minutes ago, mattn said:

Ok, but how? Is it simply running them through one of the converters, or is there a lot of hand editing?

I've seen other people make similar posts, but no one seems to want to share how to do this. Its like a big secret lol. I understand the big AI groups reluctance to do anything due to permissions etc. and the projects that are in motion seem like vaporware with very little updates. 

I have an old hard drive half full of FSX AI planes but no idea how to convert them. I am familiar with tools to create AI flight plans and compile the traffic BGL's. It was a secret pleasure to manipulate these in past sims, and I know I'm not alone. 

There's a thread over in AIG about traffic in MSFS

https://www.alpha-india.net/forums/index.php?topic=34961.0

There's also this

https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/how-to-install-legacy-offline-ai-traffic-into-msfs-wip/373663

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I wish there was an add-on available for this that you can download and simple put in the community folder.

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38 minutes ago, Ixoye said:

I wish there was an add-on available for this that you can download and simple put in the community folder.

AIG is working on it.

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9 hours ago, mattn said:

Ok, but how? Is it simply running them through one of the converters, or is there a lot of hand editing?

I've seen other people make similar posts, but no one seems to want to share how to do this. Its like a big secret lol. I understand the big AI groups reluctance to do anything due to permissions etc. and the projects that are in motion seem like vaporware with very little updates. 

I have an old hard drive half full of FSX AI planes but no idea how to convert them. I am familiar with tools to create AI flight plans and compile the traffic BGL's. It was a secret pleasure to manipulate these in past sims, and I know I'm not alone. 

I will help you. Let me somedays and im going to post here all my steps! 

We are here to enjoy msfs! 

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10 hours ago, Tuskin38 said:

Thanks for these, especially the very detailed flightsim forums link. I don't know how I missed that as I read the forums daily. 

It does look like a lot of work, but its something to start with until the AI groups have something easier.

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