DR400 issue

  • I'm really struggling to convert DR400.


    Everytime I get this message:

    "cannot load aircraft - set aerofly fs 2 folder in config.tmc"


    Anyone willing to share the converted version in all secrecy :-/



    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

    Edited once, last by Pokredde ().

  • I cant get it to load either. It shows in the preview of aircraft, you select it to fly and FS 2 just sits there "loading" forever..................................Regards Michael.

    Windows Home Premium 64-bit SP1, Intel Pentium G2130 @ 3.20GHz, 16.0 GB RAM DDR3, ASUS H61M-K, Graphics PHL 273V5 1920x1080 @ 60Hz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX960, Thrustmaster Joystick and Home Made Rudder Pedals.

  • I have flown small low-winged aircraft IRL and have really looked forward to this plane.

    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • Pokredde

    Changed the title of the thread from “DR400” to “DR400 issue”.
  • I right click on the DR400 folder and select the Aircraft Converter from the list?

    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • This community is awesome!

    I just got some help from a kind user in here and now I finally have the DR400 in Aerofly :)

    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • Ok, then it's a workaround rather than fixing your issue.

    Glad you have the DR400, BTW don't miss my upgrade patch on the sharing platform : https://flight-sim.org.


    Enjoy !

    Cheers

    Antoine

    Config : i7 6900K - 20MB currently set at 4.00GHz, Cooling Noctua NH-U14S, Motherboard ASUS Rampage V Extreme U3.1, RAM HyperX Savage Black Edition 16GB DDR4 3000 MHz, Graphic Card Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 8GB, Power supply Corsair RM Series 850W, Windows 10 64 bit.

  • Yes, not a fix but done the easy way 😜

    Thank you, I will check it out right away 👍


    Any fix to the DR400 engine sound?

    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • Thank you for the nice mod 😀

    I have tried it in VR and it's a blast but I would like to fly without the visible pilot when in VR.

    Is it possible to use this mod without the visible pilot?

    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • Yes, just revert this modification in DR400.tmd.

    It's rather in the bottom part of the file, search for "graphics_human" and you'll find the section.


    Just comment my ShowInside modification by adding // before, and uncomment the original one by removing the // and you're done.


    Anyway, you should quickly find out that flying on an empty seat is disturbing, especially in VR...


    Cheers

    Antoine

    Config : i7 6900K - 20MB currently set at 4.00GHz, Cooling Noctua NH-U14S, Motherboard ASUS Rampage V Extreme U3.1, RAM HyperX Savage Black Edition 16GB DDR4 3000 MHz, Graphic Card Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 8GB, Power supply Corsair RM Series 850W, Windows 10 64 bit.

  • Hmm. I'm not really into coding and not sure where to add or remove the "//"?

    Having a VR body with legs etc. is nice and surely adds to the VR immersion, but I just have some issues with his right arm holding the throttle all the time.



    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • That's why IRL most people usually rather fly the Robin with left hand on throttle and right hand on the stick...

    Jan said he could change that in AFS2 too, but I'm afraid he's forgotten.


    You just change

    Code
                    //****************************************
    //<[uint32][ShowInside][CameraCoPilot CameraRearSeat]> //Original IPACS Settings
    <[uint32][ShowInside][CameraPilot CameraCoPilot CameraRearSeat]> //Antoine's Settings
    //****************************************

    for

    Code
                    //****************************************
    <[uint32][ShowInside][CameraCoPilot CameraRearSeat]> //Original IPACS Settings
    //<[uint32][ShowInside][CameraPilot CameraCoPilot CameraRearSeat]> //Antoine's Settings
    //****************************************

    // means what's written after is being ignored.


    Cheers

    Antoine

    Config : i7 6900K - 20MB currently set at 4.00GHz, Cooling Noctua NH-U14S, Motherboard ASUS Rampage V Extreme U3.1, RAM HyperX Savage Black Edition 16GB DDR4 3000 MHz, Graphic Card Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 8GB, Power supply Corsair RM Series 850W, Windows 10 64 bit.

  • Thank you - worked!!! :thumbup:


    Now it's up to Jan 8o

    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • The pilot can be changed from right hand on throttle to left hand on throttle but I'd have to swap the transformation inputs for each hand and that would only work if the throttle levers each have the same distance to the stick. Otherwise the whole animation needs to be adjusted and I can't do that manually in any reasonable time frame...

  • The pilot can be changed from right hand on throttle to left hand on throttle but I'd have to swap the transformation inputs for each hand and that would only work if the throttle levers each have the same distance to the stick. Otherwise the whole animation needs to be adjusted and I can't do that manually in any reasonable time frame...

    Thank you for the answer.

    Then there is definitely no need to spend that amount of time and effort on this =O


    I also think most simmers in here are used to use the right hand for throttle anyway :/

    Windows 10 64bit | I7-9700K | Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X motherboard | Corsair Vengiance RGB Pro 16GB 3000Mz | Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC | SSD 512 GB + HDD 4 TB | Oculus Rift CV1 | X-Plane | DCS: F-15, F-5E, SU-27, SU-33, Mig29, A10 & Nevada | T Flight Hotas X | G29 Logitech

  • The pilot can be changed from right hand on throttle to left hand on throttle but I'd have to swap the transformation inputs for each hand and that would only work if the throttle levers each have the same distance to the stick. (...)

    I think it is worth testing if it can be done like that.

    If it doesn't work straight out, then forget it.


    Thanks

    Antoine

    Config : i7 6900K - 20MB currently set at 4.00GHz, Cooling Noctua NH-U14S, Motherboard ASUS Rampage V Extreme U3.1, RAM HyperX Savage Black Edition 16GB DDR4 3000 MHz, Graphic Card Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 8GB, Power supply Corsair RM Series 850W, Windows 10 64 bit.