FSX Airbus A400M Reworked And Added Views
Airbus A400M Reworked And Added Views. Reworked and additionnal views (defined by camera definitions in the aircraft.cfg file) for the "Airbus A400M" package. Model by Patrick Le Luyer, radar, maps, hud and tcas gauges by Dietmar Loleit, fixes by Chris Evans. Seven cameras pointing at the aircraf...
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Airbus A400M Reworked And Added Views. Reworked and additionnal views (defined by camera definitions in the aircraft.cfg file) for the "Airbus A400M" package. Model by Patrick Le Luyer, radar, maps, hud and tcas gauges by Dietmar Loleit, fixes by Chris Evans. Seven cameras pointing at the aircraft, two chase views and one "top of tail cam". Also included is a text file that contains the new camera definitions. By Marc Renaud.
Airbus A400M Reworked And Added Views.
Airbus A400M - Reworked and added views.
Reworked and additionnal views ( defined by camera definitions in the aircraft.cfg file ) for the "Airbus Military A400 M" package. Model by Patrick Le Luyer, radar, maps, hud and tcas gauges by Dietmar Loleit, fixes by Chris Evans.
7 cameras pointing at the aircraft, 2 chase views and 1 "Top of tail cam"
See Read me.txt file for very easy installation procedures.
Also included is a text file that contains the new camera definitions.
0 - Make sure FSX is not running
1 - Make a copy of your aircraft.cfg file.
2 - Open the aircraft.cfg file.
3 - Select existing camera definitions and delete them. <-------- Important
4 - Open the camera definitions.txt file provided by me.
5 - Select and copy all the camera definitions.
6 - Paste the new camera definitions into the aircraft.cfg file. ( I suggest the bottom of the file ).
7 - Save the aircraft.cfg file.
8 - Start FSX, select the aircraft.
A FEW TIPS
1 - I strongly recommend the use of the mouse for "swinging" around ( panning ) most cameras.
Activation : SHIFT + O ( the letter O ).
Temporary fixation of the camera on something specific : SPACE BAR.
Deactivation : CRTL + SPACE BAR : brings the camera to its original position.
NOTE : the mouse is much more sensitive than a joystick's hat switch. So move it slowly.
2 - If you don't like one of the views I added, you can simply take it out of the cycle of views by setting the parameter.
CycleHidden=NO to YES ( last line of any camera definition ===> Not true for MICROSOFT aircrafts : the line was not included but you can do it yourself and it will work! ).
This way the definition remains in the file just in case you change your mind later.
- Please take note that I assume no responsability for any ( extremely improbable ) damages to your FSX installation or your computer. As always with donwloaded files, you use them at your own risks.
The archive airbus_a400m_views.zip has 6 files and directories contained within it.
This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.
|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Airbus A400M Views.gif||04.25.11||10.80 kB|
|Camera definitions.txt||04.26.11||7.17 kB|
|Read me.txt||04.28.11||3.17 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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