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Aerial photo LOD problem maybe?

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Hi thereI have been able to cut my aerial geotiffs up on export from global mapper for bgl size reasons but when I view them in FSX I have a small but very defined black grid where the seams are and I get different ones as I move away from the scene (Some sort of LOD anomaly?. In the sample shot the spot is taken from 4 tiled geotiffs that line up perfectly in Globbal mapper with no seams at allThis link show an examplehttp://picasaweb.google.com/nzcoaster/TestShotAny thoughts?Many thanksGreg

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Hi Greg.The Aces team is aware of this problem in the sim, and I believe the fix will be available in a future patch.Dick

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Thankyou DickThats good news. That stops me going through the problem solving works, I already spent a good part of a day trying to solve it.Where do you guys find out about these known problems and upcoming patchs?Is there a list of known issues somewhere where developers can check aginst this if they are running into hassles.It would be good to have a sticky somewhere of current known issuesIt sure would be good to know what issues Aces have identified plus been informed of and any commitment to solving themThanks AgainGreg

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Thanks ScottI have that on my list to tryI have a choice in Global mapper to grid cell overlap by a percentage value . I have a set of 18 tiles extracted from a Large sid file each tile is about 20 sq kmWhat is weird is the black lines do not only show where the tiles natural seams are so I tend to think it has more to do with how the tiles is internally compiled through resampler or somethingThanks for your helpGreg

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