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    Question Cockpit Chatter Software

    Anyone out there using the new flight 1 Cockpit Chatter yet? If so what are your thoughts on it good or bad..?
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    What is it and what's it do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Olieman View Post
    What is it and what's it do?

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    Here Matt,

    http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=f1chatter

    Looks quite good if your into listening to voice synthesis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Padraig View Post
    Here Matt,

    http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=f1chatter

    Looks quite good if your into listening to voice synthesis

    It looks interesting, but I don't think it work well with a cockpit.

    You still have knobs to turn, and buttons to push, as well as levers to move and still no one there to do that. You can talk 'till you're blue in the face, but that program is still not going to move one control in the cockpit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    It looks interesting, but I don't think it work well with a cockpit.

    You still have knobs to turn, and buttons to push, as well as levers to move and still no one there to do that. You can talk 'till you're blue in the face, but that program is still not going to move one control in the cockpit.
    As what I stated Mike, in the below quote, but it wasn't really aimed at anything


    Looks quite good if your into listening to voice synthesis
    I don't think it would be a good addition for us builders, it would not turn, or move knobs and levers in the cockpit just like a real FO or CP like you stated. I even heard of another ATC program from some other publisher that uses the same method of software but on a ATC scale and to be honest in my opinion it sounded really awful.

    I think this was called VOX ATC, but I am not flaming this product, but I have tried it in the demo and really didn't like it personally. I was back on Vatsim in no time...

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    As bad as the controlling can be on occasion, IVAO and VATSIM is about as good as it gets for FS.

    Don't get me wrong, most of the controlling is excellent, with even some real ATC controllers working London Control and Munich from time to time.
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    My only problem is I find a controller online. Then I plan my flight based on where a controller is. then just about time I get my gear clear of the tarmac, they tell me, 'Sorry, I'm off to bed' or 'I have to go now' or something else. So I look at VOX ATC and other products like that to give me a better experience.
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    I've had that happen many times too.

    I look at the controller schedules and try to plan my flight around a controller exam(s) or a regional event if I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    My only problem is I find a controller online. Then I plan my flight based on where a controller is. then just about time I get my gear clear of the tarmac, they tell me, 'Sorry, I'm off to bed' or 'I have to go now' or something else. So I look at VOX ATC and other products like that to give me a better experience.
    Been there, done that. My solution is Radar Contact or (gasp...) default ATC. With that said I am about to get back into VATSIM and try it during their events so that the airports are manned (or wo-manned )
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