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    Henfield West Sussex UK
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    Flight Simulation, Video editing, Movies, Music, writing FS material related articles and reviews.

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  1. Hello Nick, No, I guess 44MB is not really a problem. But it would have been nice to have had the option where to install, as Orbx does with it's scenery products. Thank you for your kind response sir, Regards, Lee
  2. Operating system: Windows 10 64-bit Home Simulator: P3Dv4.5 HF3 Screenshot: Issue: Install location Hi, This morning I purchased ChasePlane from Orbx and then tried to install it onto my computer. Unfortunately the install, using Orbx Central, defaults to C:\Program Files\ ... and I have no way of installing it where I would prefer it to be installed (I do not want to fill up my C: drive!). Is there a way to get Orbx Central to install it where I want it? I do not get the install executable, so I cannot re-install it myself to a ne
  3. Hello John, Well, that's weird! But ok, I have learned something! Again, thank you for your kind comments, regards, Lee
  4. Nice work! Can I ask what you used to record the flight? I presume you used some software to record the flight so you could play it back and then switch views inside the passenger window and elsewhere - without having to try to fly and capture footage at the same time. And a hello to you - from another FlyUK Pilot! (UKV1222) cheers, Lee
  5. Hello John, A friend of mine has ChasePlane and he suggests that I invest in it to improve my camera views. I probably could not use TrackIR - its not something I could see myself getting on with to be honest. However, this may change. Years ago, when I was visiting Las Vegas on vacation with the family, we went to North Las Vegas Airport where they had an open day. On the ramp was a Hughes 500 helicopter operated by the Las Vegas Police Department (similar to the MD 530F). I chatted to the pilot for a while and he confirmed that pretty much every command pilot si
  6. Hello John and Laurie, Thank you for taking the time to watch the video - and your kind comments. Yes, I agree about keeping the video short so as not to let attentions wander or viewers getting board! I edit right on the time line and yes, much of the footage was shelved and cut to make the video not too long. As I improve my skills, I will cut the scenes down and just try to get the best footage for the final cut. Yes, I am mindful of video length. As for the VC view, I thought long about this. The virtual pilot in the Milviz Bell 407 (and the MilViz
  7. Hi Laurie, Thank you for your kind comment! Cheers, Lee
  8. Hi, Hope this is ok. I am now retired thanks to COVID and I began a new project where I hope to improve my new found video skills, to review Flight Simulation products and showcase some of my flying adventures. Today, I review Malmo Airport in Sweden by Marcus Nyburg. I think it is a wonderful piece of work and I showcase my little video here:- https://youtu.be/Ab3MzeBIReg I really hope you enjoy it and I am slowly improving my video capture and editing skills, as well as learning to fly the helicopter which I have found to be ideal for slow f
  9. Hello Finn, Ok, looks like I have a task on my hands .... I'll see what I can do. Regards, Lee
  10. Finn, It's a truly STUNNING piece of work! Huge congratulations! Now if you or some of your genius colleagues could do an Orbx version of Roveniemi (EFRO), that would be amazing and I'd buy it on day one !!! Considering that every Winter, we have the VATSIM Finland Santa Claus flights where hundreds of us fly up above the Arctic Circle, this would be a big seller in my humble opinion! But thank you for ENAL - truly wonderful work! Regards, Lee
  11. Forgot to add .... place the newly created FSX.EXE file INSIDE the new FSX folder Lee
  12. Yes, looking forward to something like this - but I'm staying with P3Dv4.5 for the moment. Usually its good practice to let a completely new version have some time before you make the jump. Gives time to work out the bugs, allow developers to adapt their work to the newer version and also to see what problems come up on forums such as this..... I used FS9 (FS2004) for a long time and enjoyed every minute of it and it's stability. Then I moved onto FSX Steam Edition (far more stable than the original MS FSX) and again, once I had learned to manage the Out-Of-Memor
  13. Yes. Simply create an FSX Folder on your C: drive and then create a notepad text file called FSX.txt. Then just change the *.txt extension to EXE so that you now have a text file called FSX.EXE - and you can usually fool the installer to install the scenery there. After that, you can then move the scenery folder structure into the P3D folder (or not as the case may be) and then add it to the Sim. Worked for me a few times.... Lee
  14. Brilliant! Been waiting for a decent EGTB release - and this looks like it! Thank you for doing it for P3D as well as your earlier XPlane release. Regards, Lee
  15. Good evening Carlos, The texture problem was solved, as stated above by changing the layering of the FTX NORWAY files. However, I knew nothing about the additional Photo.BGL option in BERGEN X. Certainly nothing in the manual about it. However, on examining the folders, there was indeed an option to load a different set of Photo.BGL files to better fit FTX NORWAY. Thank you for pointing this out. I did indeed switch the Photo.BGL files with those for FTX NORWAY and the scenery look totally complete. Excellent. Again, thank you. Regards,
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