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2 minutes ago, Jah said:

Its Sandjeford/Torp (ENTO) nice small airport up in norway..

It looks great, is it a payware or freeware? 

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8 hours ago, Veace said:

It looks great, is it a payware or freeware? 

It appears to be a self-conversion of this FSX Scenery. Don't try getting it unless familiar with converting scenery or you'll be disappointed! I have it too and pretty sure a fair bit of work was needed to bring it to a good standard.

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Comanche163, what were your framerates on these pics?

Would you share your PC Specs and display settings?

These shots are terrific...

Any Visual addones?

Thomas

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Takeoff for visual approach practice at KSAN after I RTFM ;)
Was way too busy to take shots during final.

Flo

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Here's some footage from a flight around Zurich the other day.  I was going to go around the lake but it started raining and decided to climb out of the bad weather.  No sound sorry!

 

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That's really nice Jason, hopefully next time you'll have some sound that way we can all enjoy it more.  And it is also nice to see some general aviation aircraft in here is well.  Ever since I did my post I noticed almost all of the screenshots are with the 737.  The 737 is a nice aircraft, but for me I would rather have a GA aircraft any day.  But that's just my opinion.  I'll have some more screenshots of my MU 2 soon.  Take care and happy flying.
Dion Markgraf
AKA: Dionsol
Flight Simulation (X-Plane 10 Pilot) & Aviation Enthusiast
Virtual HB: KWJF Lancaster California, USA

PS: oh wait, here's one right here https://goo.gl/photos/Vjqq5LyEs9VuxDdH9 enjoy 5680x1080

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I like doing more hands on VFR flying.  Why download 100's of gig of HD and UHD data, and then fly at 40,000?

Does anyone know how to capture video in x-plane with sound?  I was just using the built in recording feature.  Do you have to use an external recorder?

Cheers,
Jase

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Hello Jason, I just wanted to let you know for my youtube videos I use open broadcaster and here is the link https://obsproject.com/download .  I chose to use the studio version which I don't really know that the difference in the other one.  But I use 64 bit instead of 32 bit.  I have a three monitor setup, frankly if you go over here to my youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-YCIlaLw8a4FntliETiWBg?view_as=public and you will see a video that shows my home cockpit and how my system is setup.  I use one monitor for the Internet.  I use the center monitor for X-Plane and the third monitor is where Microsoft excel is along with open broadcaster.  Now im running a GTX 980 TI video card which keeps the frame rates up and the eye candy that I want.  And even with that video card, X-Plane can run it into the ground.  It's just amazing how software is always ahead of hardware it seems.  Hope this will help take care and best of luck to you.
Dion

PS: Oh in keeping with the theme of this topic I better put another screen shot in here so here it is. https://goo.gl/photos/pxfdTTKSyEEhbgUbA :)

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Same procedure as before - KSAN visual approaches - got a picture this time, though...B733_7.png

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EHAM - IXEG Boeing 737-300 flying tutorial 1. Need still some more circuits to fly this great plane. Thanks IXEG!

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