• Multi Crew Experience For Prepar3D V4


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    are pleased to announce MCE, voice control based crew simulation has been updated to cover the recently released Prepar3D V4, 64 Bit incarnation. The upgrade is free to all existing MCE users.

     

    All the 40 complex aircraft supported in FSX/P3D V3.4 will continue to be supported, assuming the aircraft has made the switch to 64 Bit.So far, the following are confirmed. PMDG 737 NGX, PMDG 777, PMDG 747 QOTS II, iFly 737, CS 737

     

    Enjoy a complete crew simulation. And don’t forget, you can interact with crew members on your terms (create your own speech commands), speaking naturally, and not compelled to memorise specific sentences.The closest you can get to shared cockpit, with the added bonus, your entire crew is available 24 x 7.

     

    Learn ATC jargon by practicing phraseology with native ATC, PF3 ATC or Radar Contact ATC. There is more than meets the eye, or ear for that matter.

     

    A fully working Demo is available for download so you don’t have to take our word for it. Grab your copy here

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    3 hours ago, Baron58 said:

    Does this also include the A2A aircraft?

    Affirmative, and countless other small aircraft or those that don't have complex overhead panels.

    These usually adhere to Microsoft SDK guidance, and MCE can talk to them using the generic interface.

    We only count those very complex aircraft, that require custom interfacing like PMDG, FsLabs, Quality Wings, Aerosoft and other aircraft with huge overhead and sometimes flight engineer panel. 

    Instead of making separate packages, we put 10+ years worth of effort into a single Ultimate Edition package. And we do our best to add support for as many as possible.

    Those 3 man crew planes even have a simulated flight engineer.

    Best of all, we don't have to beg (or nag) the aircraft developers for an SDK. If there is one, we use it as it makes it easier to interface the aircraft.. If there isn't, even though it could take much longer, we can handle pretty much any aircraft these days.

     

     

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    Thanks for the info. I solved my problem and my A2A-planes  are now functional in MCE. Just have to customize some checklists.

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    I don't see the iFly 747 v2 on the list above.  Is that one good to go also?

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    1 hour ago, Greggy_D said:

    I don't see the iFly 747 v2 on the list above.  Is that one good to go also?

    Affirmative. I believe that one has been released for 64 Bit.

    It has been on the supported list for at least 2 years.

    When aircraft is properly detected, MCE will interact with it via a dll named "mciFly744.dll" found under

    \Prepar3D v4\MCE dlls\ folder

    If you have any issues with MCE FO being lost with that aircraft, just contact support[at]multicrewxp.com. Thanks.

     

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    On 05/08/2017 at 11:11 PM, FS++ said:

    Affirmative. I believe that one has been released for 64 Bit.

    It has been on the supported list for at least 2 years.

    When aircraft is properly detected, MCE will interact with it via a dll named "mciFly744.dll" found under

    \Prepar3D v4\MCE dlls\ folder

    If you have any issues with MCE FO being lost with that aircraft, just contact support[at]multicrewxp.com. Thanks.

     

     

    How does it compare to fs2crew as an alternative?

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    Free upgrade for starters. No trying to take advantage of a loyal customer base.  Well done MCE.  Many FSCrew customers are moving over as a result.  

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    MCE can be customized to any checklist for almost any aircraft. Where FS2Crew is strictly scripted for specific aircraft requiring one to memorize, and then always use, the exact phraseology used by FS2C.

    Because of this, I found FS2C to become monotonous after a while of using it. The upside of FS2C is that it is excellent for training in cockpit procedures and communications.

    Both have their upside and downside, depending on the type of aircraft you are flying.

    PS, FS2C requires a different purchase for each aircraft which does get expensive.

     

     

     

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