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  1. Hello! I don't know if an admin or the guy who did this video trailer for Burbank airport will read this message, so i'll kindly ask you: do you know how this fast moving clouds effect was made in Prepar3D? I'll appreciate if you could help me with this! Thank you!
  2. Hi, On the latest version of P3D v5 vanilla install with only the FSLabs, when on wing view the Orbx GB buildings show through the clouds. This only seems to happen on the wing view and doesn't happen in the cockpit and only seems to be with GB scenery not Orbx Global, Open LC Europe etc.
  3. Good Morning All, Can any one help me with above subject, have cloud presentation that appear to be discharging 10,000 volts maybe known as the jaggies around edges of clouds, not noticed this on Eurpopean fits. Kind Regards Charlie
  4. The sim AeroFly FS2 doesn't have(yet) the possiblility to change the weathercondition, well adaptable are the clouddensity and -height. In follow video I choose to fly at about same level of a first layer of clouds and a modest cloud-density. Also choose several viewpoints of the choosen aircraft(Airbus 320 in Lufthansa livery) to show how good the inside- and outside textures of planes are done in AFS2. And of coarse the several glimps that appear underneath the plane of the gorgeous TrueEarth Netherlands by Orbx. Enjoy the movie:
  5. Running KTEX in P3D 3.4. I cannot figure out why cloud shadows are having no effect on some of the terrain around KTEX. I have double checked the config to make sure I have OpenLC and Vector toggled to on since I am running both. I use the fully hardened terrain model in the config but tried the other options too but no dice.
  6. I'm thinking of upgrading to Active Sky 2016 and I noticed that Active Sky Cloud Art is available. I already have Rex 4, so is Active Sky Cloud Art necessary or not?
  7. I used to think that cloud making was way beyond my abilities becuase I didn't have the tools or understanding. The SDK formed this belief. The SDK is misleading. To my knowledge, no one who has ever made cloud textures does what the SDK talks about. If you know how to work with the targa file format and create and use selection masks (greyscales) then you can make cloud textures. You need: Imagetool.exe from the SDK digital pictures of clouds image editing software that works with targa files a desire to create If you have the
  8. Hi. I went for a stroll earlier today, and saw this and had to go home and grab my camera. I am really unsure if it's a contrail or cloud of some sort. I have seen and taken photos of many clouds and many contrails, but this one was different. It looks like a contrail because it's so uniform along it's length, and it started to dissipate as a contrail would, but it seemed to start fairly close to the ground and was heading from the ground up on a roughly 45 degree angle. Also the section that I could see closest to the ground did look more like a cloud. Weird.
  9. G'day all, Another short flight here, flying the Turbine Duke from that seminal piece of ORBX freeware, Launceston, down to Hobart in some stunning real weather. In the past, I've always flown with a custom REX theme that I rarely change... the past couple of days however, I've started using a bit more of the functionality of REX and let it choose the sky, cloud and wave themes based on the weather along my planned route. I've been stunned to say the least, and can't believe I never bothered with this option before. While I've always been a fan of REX, I'm starting to gain a whole new r
  10. good morning concrete, and all you screenshooters went back to do some dodosim 206 hover training and ended up with a wonderful sunrise over the 3w5 concrete area, here are some of the shots i managed to take! helipad at 3w5 concrete municipal airport at 5:40am, systems running, good to go! standard FSX updated real-world weather + my fav. REX 2 textures = pretty exciting atmosphere! view from the 3w5 tower following the roads turning over the river outside view to spice things up panel lights not helping much during dawn time it seems... the
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