I bought Blender-OSM and it was fun to try out. The main limitation at the moment is presence of height data in the OSM export. If there's no height data, you'll just get a building shapes all at the same height.
With the current version, no texturing is applied so it's not yet ready for direct use.
I took a look at writing a Blender plugin. If we knew the full TGI format it would be possible.
Arno used what we know about the text TGI format for ModelConverter. This only covers a sub-set of the full TGI format, which would be needed for a full Blender exporter.
Have you had a look at Blender OSM Premium.
And I couldn't agree more
I hope to see any Buisness-jets/corporate jets : Love the Learjet 45 already in there.. The cockpit is Fantastic, great instruments, great systems, great graphics, great airplane 3D-modell, beatiful effects on the panel in different lighting conditions!
Raytheon Beech-Jet 400A/XP ("Jet-Pack" , this has pulsing landing light )
Raytheon Premier-1 390A
Cessna Citation X 750
Cessna Citation 550
Cessna Citation CJ "plus" series Pro-line 21 equipped aircraft
Dassault Falcon 50/900/2000
Learjet 55 , Learjet 60XR
Learjet 24 /26 (the fast noisy fighter plane Learjet)
Cessna Citation Mustang
Turbo Lake Renegade , a cool plane that "is also a fast boat on water"
Yupp! I looove my Bizzjets Blame Looking Glass's Flight Unlimited-3 for my love of the Beech-jet 400 hehe..
Peter James (flight-instructor and Program manager on FU, is now a corporate pilot) certainly did some right stuff there.. I remembered from some earlier Steam "comments" section on Aerofly 2, he was quite impressed with what you had done so far! perhaps he is avaliable for consulting on flight dynamics? he has flown numerous planes and jets
I'm also interested in a older BAE Jetstream 31/32 (flown on one in the Autumn/winter "looking into the cockpit "from the first seat in the cabin, quite a experience, small nimble 18 seat regional airliner)
Pacific Northwest(but extended to Canada and Alaska and down to Oregon), more of Florida, more of the East-coast Marthas Vinyard , up the coast of Maine
Also more California North/South
Extend the gap in between ORBX Austria IPACS Switzerland/Italy/Germany/France at least the "in the Alps-region" perhaps also to bridge into ORBX-Netherlands
Also Spain, Italy, Greece
Are you sure you haven't missed anything?
Aah we can dream...
All of the above, of course!
But first: New Zealand - maybe from ORBX who already have all the info!
And a nice little helicopter to take it all in, low and slow.
What's that you say? Oh!
Australia first my fellow Kiwi
Aircraft: B707, B727, DC8, DC10
Good idea indeed. Only problem might be that some people have no clue what their specs are... Not everyone knows what's inside that black box they bought in the shop. BTW When you add your CPU you might also want to add your overclock (if you have one).
If you need to know your pc specs download and install Speccy
Hello fellow simmers,
I was just thinking (unusual) that it might be worthwhile everyone on this forum adding their PC's specs in their signature block.
This would assist others in giving you a helping hand or finding out if multiple users with the same equipment have the same issue.
Your thoughts on this?
Living and flying in Australia (mostly coastal,I would love to have Smooth coastline transparency using OSM coastline data first
My preferred order:
-Smooth coastline transparency using OSM coastline data
-Worldwide high-resolution elevation data download (from USGS)
-then the others.
Cheers & thanks a million, this tool is excellent
Kloot i'm so close to a bingo! No problem with steps 1 and 2 but when I open scenProc and load 3ds file to convert, I get errors. This seems to easy? Is there a script involved when opening scenProc and loading 3ds file? If this way works then I believe it can help the AF2 community greatly.
My apologies, it's ModelConverterX
Have a watch of this video made by RODEO, it really explains it: ModelConverterX
You would still need AC3D, do you use personally use AC3D? If so did you buy it just for AF2 ? I'm trying to justify a walk around or making the $100 purchase. Thanks.
No need for AC3D, I use Blender.
I moved everything through STEAM to another drive.
Then I moved all my scenery to a different hard drive (H:\Documents\Aerofly FS 2\addons\scenery\images) and added the following (' <[string8][extra_user_folder][H:\Documents\Aerofly FS 2\addons\]> ') in the main.mcf file located in: C:\Users\XXX\Documents\Aerofly FS 2.
Taken from the WIKI:
User Defined Scenery Folder
you can define a custom user folder by adding your location to the field: <[string8][extra_user_folder]> located within the main.mcf file.
The location must contain the sub-folder “scenery”. This will give users the ability to place their custom scenery in a location other than the documents folder located on the root drive.
Best of luck