Hosted by Eric McClintock
, Danton Berube, Mark Stewart
, Brendan Farmer
, and Special Guests Scott Gentile
and Cody Bergland
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Join us as we talk to Scott and Cody with A2A Simulations
about their history and future, and their Piper J3 Cub with AccuSim
, and past and future products from them.
Recommendations Eric: Plan-G - Free IFR and VFR Flight Planner for FS9 or FSX http://www.tasoftware.co.uk
- Google Maps interface for rich topographical and satellite detail
- Shows airspace, airports and navaids on the map (from Flight Sim data)
- Configurable levels of detail (objects displayed) for each zoom setting
- Fully editable plans can be saved in FSX or FS9 format
- Existing FS plans can be loaded
- Reverse flight plan
- Print map and PLOG
- Customisable database of user waypoints, VRPs, airstrips etc (UK CAA VRPs, plus some OZx airstrips already defined)
- Connects to FSX via SimConnect
- Aircraft telemetry, breadcrumb trail, traffic, weather etc available when connected to FSX
- Saved flight trails can be displayed for later analysis
- Range Rings can be configured to show distance or flight time
Four flights is a web site that publishes 4 flights a day to find 4 different degrees of weather happening in real world locations. Danton: Ground Environment X Europe
Ground Environment X Europe represents our new approach in texture design, incorporating high level detail graphics in the default Flight Simulator X 1-meter texture resolution format. This delivers a hi-fidelity image without using excessive disk space or processor power. Our design allows a simulation pilot to enjoy clearly defined visuals from nearly ground level up to higher altitudes. Brendan: ZurichX airport scenery for FSX and FS9
Zürich Airport is a scenery developed for Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) and Flight Simulator 2004 ( FS9 ). It's has been created with great attention to visual quality and performance, using the latest available programming techniques, both in FSX and FS9.
The product is sold as 2 Products in One. This means, by buying one version, you will automatically get the other for free, since activation and serial codes are shared between FSX and FS9.
X-Plane and 8 Cores from Ben
E-Mail from Gerry
My name is Gerry First I want to congratulate you and your team. FSBreak has grown to be a fantastic podcast of the highest quaity. You should be very proud. I have listened to every broadcast and look forward each week to the next one. I've been a flight sim fan since the very beginning and spend a lot of my flying time on Vatsim. It's hard to believe when I look back and think how excited I got flying in a wireframe environment. FS has on gotten better and better since then and I look forward to what the next generation will bring.
This is for Danton, but Eric should also go this route. As one who uses Matrox Triple Head-2-Go, I could never see myself going back to a single monitor. I don't care how large the monitor is, you still only have a narrow field of view. The additioal monitors give you an expanded view that you will not believe. And yes, you can still use your track IR. Go to Matrox web site and look at the examples they provide. Since you are building a fantastic system, you should take another look at this type of setup. You won't be sorry.
Keep up the great work. Many thanks again,
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