Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

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MaintenanceMan
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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby MaintenanceMan » Mon Jan 18, 2010 3:26 am

Ash33m, can you provide a link to your SoPack you are using please?
My version doesn't store the strata settings, so it cannot be automated. I also cant edit sopack settings like you show on yours.
Fiordlands NZ (all artwork) due around October 2010

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby MaintenanceMan » Mon Jan 18, 2010 3:49 am

Never mind, I fixed it.. :)
Downloaded again and installed in plugins folder this time, thise gave me some new options.
http://www.cs.uh.edu/~somalley/binaries/sopack.zip
Fiordlands NZ (all artwork) due around October 2010

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby ASH33M » Mon Jan 18, 2010 8:07 pm

How easy was that then ;-)

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby DmD822 » Fri Feb 05, 2010 6:38 pm

What Version of 3dem shows rows and collums when selecting smaller section?
And where to get it please.

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby Lurik » Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:56 pm

DmD822 wrote:What Version of 3dem shows rows and collums when selecting smaller section?
And where to get it please.

Thanks


You can find it on my tuto : http://www.lurik.fr

But as i'm working to the new version of the calibration tool, i understand that you can use other version if you want. Futur tuto will show how to do with other version.
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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby MrTumnus » Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:58 pm

Where do you get the Plain and Detailed maps you talk of? Thanks.

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby mtbrider » Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:22 pm

ASH33

Which of the videos you have produced explains how to put airfields onto the scenery please. I want to adapt my copy of the West & Wales 1.3 to include my local clubs.

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Mark

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby Xavier » Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:31 pm

Hi mtbrider,

It is very easy !

1/ Load the scenery in Landscape Editor.

2/ Zoom to the place you want to add your local airport, and put the cursor of your mouse on the right middle airport place.

4/ Read and write the longitude, the latitude and the altitude of the airport's position, on the bottom line of landscape editor.

5/ Notch Airports on the left panel of Landscape editor (view/modify).

6/ Right click in a void place of the airport's list.

7/ Click onto Add in the pop menu.

8/ Fill the airport data.

9/ Click OK and your airport is added on the airport list.

10/ Flatten to the average altitude all over the airport place.

11/ Export to flightplaner map and save the scenery (menu File)

12/ Fly to watch your airport area, and flatten again if necessary (don't forget to save again)


You can add general feature with Landscape Editor (use generic Files) or make you own airport runways and hangar with Wings 3d or/and with runwaycreator.

That's all folks!
*****- Xavier - (XDL * F-DELX) -*****

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby mtbrider » Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:24 pm

Thank you Xavier

Camphill created :D It is lat 53.305 lon -1.7291 height (PosL) 394. I thought it would let me save it as another file instead of converting the original so will not use it for internet flying, but that is not a problem for me. I did not flatten it and left it as is.
If I can get the real co-ordinates of other airfields can I do the same process? I would not recognise their location from a terrain file.

Cheers

Mark

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Re: Scenery Development Video's - Questions & Answers

Postby Strider69 » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:57 pm

Have you tried this link for the club co-ordinates. Most clubs have them on their web page :wink:
http://www.gliding.co.uk/findaclub/ukmap.htm
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