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Post by omag »

MP-flights are fun! 8)

Great shots!

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Post by Sabena320 »

That stunt flying is crazy 8O

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Post by Ovostar »

@pietn: your screenshots are the bests ever! I loved your hercules ones, and these are well! It's an honour to watch them! THANK YOU please keep them coming!

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Post by fokker_f27 »

I made some reversed loops in the Extra 300S once. You start off diving instead of climbing in this loop.

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Post by Ivan_Eagle »

Hello,

I have a question for some FS experts,
just like you can see my textures are now not so good anymore
( not good; http://virtual.planepictures.net/show.cgi?119245
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Good; http://virtual.planepictures.net/show.cgi?116457 )

Is there some problem whit the model or do I have to change my settings??

Greats Ivan

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Post by omag »

Ivan... do the problems show in every repaint of that model? Sometimes it helps going into spotview and zoom in really close and zoom out again.

Easiest way to do that is using the F1-view add-on from http://www.flight1.com/view.asp?page=library ( freeware). With this add-on you can zoom using the scroll-wheel of your mouse.

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Post by Ivan_Eagle »

Hello
problem, I fly FS2002 but i'll try the thing you said to me, thanks omag

Greats Ivan

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vc-10
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Post by vc-10 »

OK Here is that pic:
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Post by AirSmetten »

haai you all.

Yez... :P Great shots idd pietn.glad al the work came out so good :!:

really looking forward for our next flight wich is.... TOMORROW :twisted: .
I've already some nice ideas in my head.

keep it ready for some new action shots.

Greetz

Airsmetten

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Zorba
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Post by Zorba »

Here are some of my last screens.

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Hope you like them :)
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Post by Sabena320 »

Airbus_fan wrote:
Hope you like them :)
I surely like them. especially the last one and first one.

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Post by fokker_f27 »

Airbus_fan wrote:Here are some of my last screens.

Hope you like them :)
Ooh! Great shots. Makes me want to fly along.
The most sexy girl in the sky: The Sud-Est Caravelle 12.

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Post by contrailwatcherUK »

Hi,

theyre all nice shots. I like the 1st and last ones.
how come the graphics are so smooth?
mine always seem to have jagged lines...

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Post by Zorba »

Don't know the reason, I also used to have jagged pictures with my previous videocard, but with my new one (6600GT) I never had it.

Anti Aliasing is on 'Appliciation controlled'.

Thanks for the nice comments guys!
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Post by omag »

On the jaggies: put AA ( anti-aliasing) on!

Step one: turn aa out in FS itself... it does a horrible job... you'll find it in settings - display

Step two: download the latest drivers for your video-card. Search the website of the card manufaturer ( MSI, ASUS, Creative Labs, etc.) or check the Nvidia or Ati sites.

Step three: install the drivers... off-course... :wink:

Step four: go into the graphics-card settings and turn the AA on ( as high as you can) and enable anisotropic filtering ( also as high as possible)

Check the result. If your framerate is to slow, lower the AA and filtering, until you get the result you want.

Have fun.

Omag

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Post by Zorba »

About the drivers: DO NOT update your Nvidia drivers to the 84.21, they suck (problems with views and IVAP reported)!
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Post by omag »

I agree with that! I should have mentioned it... :oops:

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Post by vc-10 »

What if you don't have a video card.............

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Post by sab319 »

vc-10 wrote:What if you don't have a video card.............
than your screen will be nothing but black, you need a video card to be able to put an image on your screen...

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Post by omag »

vc-10 wrote:What if you don't have a video card.............
You're probably talking about those on-board graphics accelerators. They aren't good if you want any decent performance in fs. You really need an ATI or Nvidia-based graphics-card.

Cheers,

Omag

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