Oooh… the Flight1 B200 for P3D v4 has been released…
Oooh… the Flight1 B200 for P3D v4 has been released…
BEEEUUUUUUTIFUL! Did I ever tell you guys how much I love the King Air? I think my workmates are getting tired of hearing that from me every time I see one.
The C90 is most certainly one of the prettiest variants to me!
I can´t even remember when I bought the Milviz KA350i as a alpha release, and to be honest I was starting to lose faith with Milviz which I have always been a fan of (love my B55). My first payware plane was the Milviz F-15 back then. Any how, today I got a mail from them with some recent updates which seem show a soon to be released product, for which Iam very happy for. The alpha did work in my P3Dv2.5 back then, but then was forgotten till todays mail, and thank you for that!
Here´s some news…
A link to a YT video which shows how good the de-icing works was included in my mail, but it shows hidden so Iam not sure if you guys will be able to see it…
Can´t wait to have it back in my hanger!
Don’t know how this one slipped through my radar (keeping my “shoe collection” is so difficult…!)
Free update to the Lionheart Learjet 24B was released on June 6 making it the Learjet 24B Generation Two:
Prepar3D Version 4.0 updates to 64bit Tech level New paint schemes added, 13 paint schemes total. Autopilot VC panel thumbwheel now animated Control yoke buttons and trimming knob (4) are now active functioning controls Odd mystery effect on top annunciator buttons is fixed Revamped nose structure done from photographs (side view, frontal view) to exact Some interior textures have been modified and improved Coding improvements to ambient sound systems; Landing gear wind noise (when down) is layered 3x per speed values Ambient gyro startup sound now functions via the master battery switches and not automatically Gear Down alarm is now one single burst instead of continuous burst Coding improvements to fuel system that keep the fuel starvation from happening when auto switching from tips to wing tanks when at 4x (plus) fast forward speeds (long trips) and also fuel dumping no longer causes this when doing a complete fuel dump on the tip tanks. Coding improvements on autopilot AP Button now on the yoke so that you can flip AP on/off during approaches in GS (APR) mode AP ARM light now comes on when AP system is active so you know if its on or not from front panel view AP 2D popup panel now features improved coding on dump switches Fuel 3D mapping gauge (shows a top view of Lear with tanks in blue) now features mouse rects and improved coding Fuel dumping 'effect' now works with both 2D panel and VC fuel panel, not just one Interior glass lowered in reflections to nearly zero due to popular request Exporting from Max done through the latest Lockheed Martin exporter technology. State of the art. V4 thru V2 models are pure V4 tech; V1 and FSX/FSX Steam are converted to FSX Tech via Lockheed Martin V1.4 exporter tech. Pilots shirts now matched with exterior themes Black instrument panel in Cargo Runner revamped and better Code flooding stopped with landing lights code system 3 Missing textures added Double reflection mapping entries in external and glass entries rectified and reduced to single entries Trimming knob on control yoke features HDG (heading) control (left/right click) and electric elevator trim control (Mouse Wheel) Cheater button integrated into yoke which turns on all systems needed for flight mode. Saves you time in switching on 10 different buttons and toggles throughout the panel Bubbles enhanced for new control interfaces
Milviz had released their Turbo Otter…nice looking bit of kit there. I really liked their DHC-2 and 3…
Looks like the Aerosoft A318/A319 has finally seen the light of day…but if you are interested in the A320/321 it might be better to buy the bundle…
And a touch more info on this - I haven’t tried purchasing it, so your mileage may vary…but apparently if you owned the FSX and/or earlier P3D bundle (A318/19/20/21) you can get a discount on the new bundle:
“Just use the serial number from the previous bundle purchase and place it on the order page for the new addon. It should give you a 50% discount. After purchasing download the A318-A319. The A320-A321 would be added to your account once is released.”
I haven’t tried that yet…but thought I’d mention it…
This does work. Just confirmed it by doing it. I used my old Aerosoft Bundle serial number and just entered it in the voucher window during checkout and it applied the 50% discount. So there ya’ go…
Mmmm…the Carenado S360 has been released for FSX/P3D… That might be a requirement for Mudspike Air Cargo (I need to do some flying in that soon!)…
If they release an XP11 version I’m 100% buying it!
They just released the FSX/P3D version…looks pretty nice. Love that they include the GTN integration. Like you though, I think I’m going to wait until this releases for X-Plane.
And I need to get back to flying my Mudspike Air Cargo routes. I haven’t opened it in a few months. I can imagine my base and aircraft rental overhead has killed my bottom line.
I was just now looking surprised on JustFlight page, like it is already out !?
And then the S340 and D18S from Carenado. When did they managed to release those !?
Do you guys run P3D on a HDD or SSD? I’m currently running mine on an older HDD that chugs away when i run P3D. I’m already still at 250GB with quite a few Orbx products and REX. I’m thinking of going to SSD for space and performance
For those of you with lots of plane/scenery addons, what’s your footprint? What size of drive do you use?
Orbx is coming out with more photoreal Orbx-like scenery (UK, Germany, etc.), in addition to the Netherlands. I imagine that would take up some space. I’m thinking 1TB SSD is too small. 2TB is like $400.
I’m running my P3D install on a 500 GB SSD. My P3D install weighs in at 305GB. Lots of ORBX scenery…the ORBX folder itself is 188 GB. My SimObjects/Airplanes folder is around 41GB…
Is relatively easy to update P3D if you have a lot of texture/scenery addons?
I’m still running 4.1 and want to update to 4.3, but I have a lot of Orbx sceneries, including landclass, textures. I also have the REX Texture Direct environmental textures.
I’ve read a process to update. https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/495199-updating-prepar3d-v3-v4-using-the-update-component-installers/
Is there any particular thing I should look out for or do, so I don’t bork my install of GBs of scenery.
If you have the VRS SuperBug or any a/c using the TacPack, make sure to check compatibility first.
What @chipwich said. I only installed the Client update and not all the other stuff. So far, I only had to reinstall the Fokker 28 and Piper Arrow…both Just Flight products, so not sure if there was a common factor there.
What’s the benefit of only installing the client and not Content and Scenery? Other than the potential issues that I mentioned? Wouldn’t you want updates for everything?