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    New video on You Tube

    I would just like to share a new video I uploaded yesterday.



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    Re: New video on You Tube

    Great video!!! Congrats.
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    Re: New video on You Tube

    Your graphics are truly astounding. What kind of rig are you running?
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    Re: New video on You Tube

    Thanks!
    I watched your sim on your website. It's very nice. I also aim for the three projector setup for the outside visuals. Just need some more space. But I will get there in a couple of years I think. Next step is to incorporate the instructor station from Luis Gordo.

    I like your video showing the differnet parts of the sim. I might do one myself. You cerainly have a nice business setup for your flights with pool and everything. There are advantages in using a sim instead of real flight.

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    Re: New video on You Tube

    Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo

    Sorry man, I wrote a long list with the specs and suddenly Firefox crached on me.

    Short version follows:
    FS on server computer with tons of addons. Original FS installation is around 2 GB, ours is around 30-35 GB !! I would recommend cumulus clouds from RB Design. Beautiful clouds ( Nothing new) Almost no framerate drop at all (you can now actually use them and fly in bad weather)
    http://www.rbdesign.se/moln.html

    We use PMRJ, Radar Contact, ATC. FS Widgets as EFB.
    Contrail Pro is a nice way to see AI during daylight.
    Tons and tons of addons.

    I would also like to recommend http://walhalla.mine.nu/fs2004.php if you are looking for freeware sceneries.

    http://www.msfsgateway.com/ also a good portal to many many nice addons.

    Our server computer is 4-5 years old. Not the best out there but good enough. The Clients are even older.

    Server - FS9 (30-35 GB version)
    Client Capt
    Client EICAS
    Client FO
    Client ATC (show RC 4 text on separate screen via Adv Display)
    Client EFB ( Charts, manuals, checlists, ICAO lists and much much more)
    Client Instructor Station ( I will shortly install Instructor Station from Luis Gordo on the 7th computer in the network)

    More info on our specs can be seen on the Learsim website.

    Regards / Per

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    Re: New video on You Tube

    Nice video and NICE landing!
    "Tony"

    In memory of Flt Lt Tony Hill who, on 5 December 1941, at the request of Doctor R V Jones, successfully photographed a small "Wrzburg radar" at Bruneval on the French coast. This from a height of only 200 ft, at high speed, under fire and from a camera mounted obliquely behind the cockpit.

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    Re: New video on You Tube

    Very nice, congrats!!!
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