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gibo

NSW-VIC-TAS Imagery scenery

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I have "bit the bullet" again and purchased 15m imagery for the above states to enhance en-route above medium altitude flights.

Here are a few early screenshots. Northern NSW east to west. Default sometimes in background (Prepar3d v4). 

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I hope to release NSW and maybe Vic by Christmas. It will be available at the Flightsim  Store, PC Aviator and FS Pilotshop.

Cheers,

 

gibo

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Here is a short demonstration video on how low is acceptable for lower resolution scenery. The flight is over rural areas in a fast tactical jet. This type of flight does not require autogen as what you see are "real" features. PC performance is excellent, actually better than default scenery with autogen enabled. Cities obviously require tall buildings for realism.

The video is a flight in an F-35 north of Williamtown RAAF base where Australia's first F-35's will be based.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNRhdhWkuj8&t=19s
 

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Heck, this Photo Real content is looking incredible @gibo!! I mostly fly low level so hopefully we'll see some hi res at some stage but I'll have to show my support when Vic is released and fly a bit higher. ORBX should be backing you on this AUS PR venture... The possibilities!?!

Keep up the great work!

Andrew

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