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HD Mesh scenery 2 + SkyMaxx Pro

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Hi, new video with general aviation and great HD Mesh scenery 2 (by alpilotx) and SkyMaxx Pro (by Maxx-XP)

 


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Great vid. But u need to reduce the rotation of the clouds, look like windmills ;)

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Great vid. But u need to reduce the rotation of the clouds, look like windmills ;)

I dunno FloB,  a matter of taste maybe? Clouds do get pretty dramatic sometimes.....

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Great vid. But u need to reduce the rotation of the clouds, look like windmills ;)

I dunno FloB, a matter of taste maybe? Clouds do get pretty dramatic sometimes.....

Yea would love to see a vid of spinning clouds if you have it

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ok, in this other video the clouds are spinning a little...

 

 

I'll try to record other with more speed :-)

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ok, in this other video the clouds are spinning a little...

 

In real life dude, not xp ;)

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Get out of the house from time to time Tommy....you might see what you are asking for :D

Either way you can turn them off in the ui....

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Why John, do they spin where you live? If so which type? cumulus, stratus, cirrus, alto stratus, cumulunimbus etc..?

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMNuYgVoDSU

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtrxBL4N1qI

 

 

This is the effect we are trying to simulate......enjoy the nice piano music, la lalala laaaaaa lalala la la 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKkZc310QzE

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Qa-IqUHn-U

 

 

SkyMaxx does a good job as vids have pointed out.......

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Tom, I was uploaded a new video with more faster spin clouds. it may even be too, there was much wind force :)

 

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You cannot simulate clouds from a time laps video, even though you fly at 300 knots you will not see any clouds rotating. The expand and retract but never spin except in vortexes or turbulence. To understand how clouds move, one needs to understand wind, pressure, temperature and dewpoint. I will not conclude knowing either of those, but I do firmly believe you cannot see rotating clouds in the sky

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We can agree to disagree on this subject, I think you are focusing just on the rotations and not looking at the morphing which is a series of things happening all at once....

A. Cloud rotations

B. Cloud puffs shifting

C. Cloud system realignments

The sum of those 3 features adds up to "dynamic clouds"

This is the real beauty of SkyMAXX PRO & SilverLining....

With no winds in the mix the rotations seem out of place that's why you can turn them off..

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I think we should just simulate ever water molecule as per air currents and temperature fluctuations. Simple enough, right John? ;)

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That would be cool, pleeeeeease John

 

Too much risk involved because you wouldn't buy it.  ;)

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That would be cool, pleeeeeease John

Too much risk involved because you wouldn't buy it. ;)

Never say never Cameron, all good things are worth waiting for ;)

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Hi, here there are another video with HD mesh v2 and SkyMaxx Pro 1.1, an update, you known, with fixed a improvements, in my opinion excelent update of this engine. 

 

 

I hope you like, sorry for flying mistakes :)

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Yes, I definitely like it ;) ! I hope you will do more videos of the HD Mesh Scenery v2!

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Thanks!! Of course!! Europe and north america I use a lot in my videos and it's great to record videos with this level of mesh!! :) For the future would be nice (if possible) have the Himalayas area (China, Nepal, ...). would be awesome to see mountains like Everest with these great details :-)

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There is a new video of an AW139 on Grand Canyon scenery HD Mesh scenery 2.2 + Skymaxx Pro 1.1

 

 

Sorry for flying mistakes :)

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There is a new video of an AW139 on Grand Canyon scenery HD Mesh scenery 2.2 + Skymaxx Pro 1.1

Sorry for flying mistakes :)

What are the greenish colored things in the river?

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It's a freeware plugin  BeachMAXX (by jspahn). You can get from forums.x-plane.org download section. Its fine, in some sceneries could be not the correct color for rivers or coast, but overall I like it enough to not be so dark :)

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Hi, one last video :) with HD Mesh Skymaxx Pro v2.2 and 1.2. I hope you like... and sorry for mistakes with helicopter :)

 

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Can anyone tell me the general opinion on this product. Does it improve the frame rate at all. I am thinking of buying it but if it won't improve my FPS over the default weather it will be a waste of money.

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