CULTIVATION THE SIMPLE WAY
Part Two of Two
Welcome back to part two of this tutorial. You should now have a file called map.osm I keep mine in “Downloads” on the main “C” drive in Win 7 on my computer. Your area picture “Kladow” on your desk top and your noted coordinates.
You now have to use ScenProc to process the data. My ScenProc is also in “Downloads” on my main “C” drive.
Download working ScenProc from here https://www.scenerydesign.org/development-releases/ for your operating system either 32 or 64 bit.
Download working ScenProc scipt version 6 from here FS 2 Buildings European Roofs Trees TV Radio Water Towers.zip
Un zip into the same place that you have ScenProc mine are in "Computer" and "Downloads" on my "C" drive in Win 7.
You need to create a folder for the processed OSM Data by ScenProc mine is in “Computer” “C” drive and named “Cultivation for FS 2”.
Open ScenProc and select the script using the “Open” button on the top tool bar then press the “Run” button our example will take about 30 minutes or so.
Not too much more to do now so hang on in there.
Next download this generic tsc file. Generic without airport.zip and un zip onto your desk top for editing.
Rename the file Kladow.tsc and edit it using Wordpad.
For our area of Kladow and coordinates taken from Google Maps it should look like this.....
So you now have three completed folders on your desk top, Kladow.toc, Kladow.tsc and Kladow picture.
These now need to be moved into your FS 2. You need to make a new folder in FS 2, scenery, places, and call it Kladow Autogen.
You now need to add the building textures download from here. https://flight-sim.org/filebas…-the-simple-way-part-two/
This needs to be un zipped and placed into your new Kladow Autogen folder. This is what the folder looks like.
With special thanks to all of those who have given generously of their time I would like to acknowledge Arno Gerretsen author of ScenProc, Nick Hod author of AeroScenery, Rodeo, Crispy136 and Kenventions.
I have enjoyed making these tutorials and for those willing to have a go I wish you all the very best.
Kindest regards to everyone, cheers Michael.
Just to prove it works here are some pictures................