• Paris-Ile de France VFR 3DA for P3Dv4


    Chuck_Jodry-VJPL

    The new VFR Regional series was designed and developped to provide VFR flight an environment as realistic as possible. It is the result of years of experience and practice in flight simulation and 3D modeling.

    "VFR Regional" products embed all enhancements from the new 3DAutomation® technology developed by France VFR. This technology already allows to generate the most realistic and dense environments ever seen. It does not intend to model real world accurately but to create a copy "as real as it gets" on a massive scale. It will evolve to adapt to the needs and new data available.

    This scenery is full compatible P3Dv4 64 bits with specific installer and is compiled in 64 bits format.

    Here are the specifications :

    - Ground textures 0.5 meter / pixel resolution from IGN aerial photography reworked for an optimal visual rendition in Prepar3D®  (summer only).
    - Dedicated mesh with high definition 4.75 meters (LOD13).
    - Lakes and rivers with navigable waters fitting the texture.
    - Transparency management of the seabed on the entire scene.
    - Semi-detailed generic airports including flatten platform correction.
    - Obstacles and VFR landmarks modeled on the entire scene including the official SIA database (antennas, towers, water towers, wind turbines, various constructions ...).
    - Hundreds of thousands of objects and notable buildings integrated into the environment (churches, power plants, silos, castles, industrial tanks, bridges, tolls, cranes, boats, streetlights, road signs ...).
    - Integration of 3D Automation® technology allowing multi-million buildings and realistic vegetation areas fitting geographic specs.
    - Extremely dense and optimized vegetation coverage using a custom rendering module controlled by artificial intelligence (AI).
    - Autogen buildings including additional specific and optimized 3D variations.
    - Geo-referenced data for maximum compatibility with future add-ons installed on the same area.
    - Development process 100% Lockheed Martin® SDK specifications compliant, ensuring maximum compatibility with new releases.



    More informations and screenshots from the   France VFR Website .



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    Looks like the "language" options are not available on this web site, French only ... fortunately Google has a Translate to one's language of choice.

    Scenery looks extremely detailed, this I'll have to get this one.

    Cheers, Rob.

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    I wish they would make their webpages in English also.  One would probably get global customers....I always wanted to see their products but no English support at all.  I even tried clicking on the British flag on their website...doesn't work.

    Oh well...must be a French thing. 

    I wish them success

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    On 24/12/2017 at 10:19 PM, Skywolf said:

    I wish they would make their webpages in English also.  One would probably get global customers....I always wanted to see their products but no English support at all.  I even tried clicking on the British flag on their website...doesn't work.

    Oh well...must be a French thing. 

    I wish them success

    They have never provided support in English. Yes, it's a French thing.

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    They do provide support in English. There is an English section on their forum and they helped me in the past

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    I am glad to hear you got help, tonywob.  I didn't.  And I have all their sceneries for FS2004 and FSX. 

    To access their English forum you have to know French. In 2017 there was a total of 7 threads in the English forum so either their sceneries are uniquely trouble-free, or more likely IMO, users don't know there is an English forum.

    Perhaps they will think again and make English translations of their webpages.

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    They do have an English site and do offer help in English I have spoken to the very helpful boss there many times and he speaks excellent English 

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    On 08/01/2018 at 1:06 PM, Britfrog said:

    They do have an English site and do offer help in English I have spoken to the very helpful boss there many times and he speaks excellent English 

    Great news!  Please post a link to their English site.  Thanks!

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    Why would any commercial venture, in their right mind, not have at least the option of viewing their website in the international language of English! I would have bought their products ages ago, but have not done so because of this.

     

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