Lecturas Recomendadas 2nd. edition

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Lecturas Recomendadas 2nd. edition

Notapor dieguez » Mar Dic 27, 2005 9:35 pm

<center>[url=http://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=77255"]<h5>Tips, Tricks & Recommendations for FS2004
Part XVII Date: 29th November 2005 (click)</h5>[/url]</center>

<h6>Tips and Tricks Number 17 - 2005 Holiday Edition. This issue presents several suggestions to liven up your Holidays as well a several fine Tips which have been submitted by our readers. Since this will the be the last issue before the New Year, I have packed it fuller than Santa's bag with useful ideas and the "From the E-Mail Bag" department answers a question of general interest. Also included are two "Bonus Files" which readers have allowed me to present to all as a Holiday Gift. Updated indexes by John Burford for the entire series in Excel (xls) and Adobe Acrobat (pdf) formats are included. As usual, I have attempted to include something of value for everyone, regardless of your experience level. Please unzip to a temporary location using the folders option. Compiled in .doc and .pdf formats for your flying enjoyment by David "Opa" Marshall.</h6>
<center>[url=http://www.malaimo.com.ar/foro/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=2659&SearchTerms=lecturas+recomendadas"]<h5>Lecturas Recomendadas 1st. Edition (El Refrito según Moderator)
De lectura obligatoria en Monte Grande while waitin' for the "Chori" (click)</h5>[/url]</center>
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Notapor matias » Mar Dic 27, 2005 10:26 pm

De primera como siempre ;), gracias!!, leanlo que tiene buenos TIPS!.
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Notapor Mateo » Vie Dic 30, 2005 5:26 pm

Aca les dejo algunos links para los interesados en el tema.

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[url=http://www.xsn.net/project727/"]<h5>"THE COMPLETE COMMERCIAL AIRLINER EXPERIENCE!" (click)</h5>[/url]</ul>
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Notapor Lachi » Vie Dic 30, 2005 6:11 pm

Uhh Increible gracias !!!
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Notapor dieguez » Sab Dic 31, 2005 12:04 pm

Buenísimos; gracias Mateo !
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Notapor dieguez » Sab Dic 31, 2005 4:11 pm

[url=http://www.pilotoviejo.com/"]<h5>MEMORIAS DEL TIEMPO DE VUELO (click)</h5>[/url]
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Notapor dieguez » Dom Ene 08, 2006 2:37 pm

<center>[url=http://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=79104"]<h5>Tips, Tricks & Recommendations for FS2004
Tips and Tricks Number 18 - January 2006 Issue (click)</h5>[/url]</center>

<h6>File Description:
Tips and Tricks Number 18 - January 2006 Edition. A collection of useful ideas and recommendations to start your New Year off right. Included is the popular "From the E-Mail Bag" department which answers a question of general interest. Additionally, several readers have provided a few items which I think will provide a chuckle or two. Updated indexes by John Burford for the entire series in Excel (xls) and Adobe Acrobat (pdf) formats are included. As usual, I have attempted to include something of value for everyone, regardless of your experience level. Please unzip to a temporary location using the folders option. Compiled in .doc and .pdf formats for your flying enjoyment by David "Opa" Marshall.
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Notapor Hernan__Medina » Dom Ene 08, 2006 3:42 pm

Muchas gracias Don JUliet. Excelente.
Abrazo,
Hernán Medina, Southern Winds Tres Tres Seis
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Notapor nicomaiz » Mié Ene 18, 2006 1:17 pm

La verdad que no recuerdo ni encontré si este link de meteorologia está.

Recomiento ponerlo en favoritos y leer todas las páginas y despues pasar a la sección "Meteorologia aeronáutica" que esta en el menú de la derecha

<center>[url=http://www.meteofa.mil.ar/blogs/?cat=2"]<h5>Meteorologia Básica (click aqui)</h5>[/url]</center>
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Notapor dieguez » Sab Ene 21, 2006 11:25 pm

Muy buenos links para todos los gustos

http://www.stoenworks.com/Aviation%20home%20page.html
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Notapor Oliver » Sab Ene 21, 2006 11:29 pm

che muy buen material, excelente,
se agradece ya me los pongo a leer
Saludos Oli
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Notapor nicomaiz » Vie Ene 27, 2006 5:39 pm

Excelente link de la Escuela Técnica de Palomar (1era Brigada Aérea) con datos técnicos de aeronaves.

http://www.oni.escuelas.edu.ar/2003/BUE ... /intro.htm
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Notapor dieguez » Sab Feb 11, 2006 1:54 pm

Name: tandt19.zip Size: 2,867,800 Date: 02-03-2006
FS2004 Tips And Tricks Number 19 - February 2006 Edition. This issue includes several solutions to common problems as well as links to some interesting sites. Included is the popular "From the E-Mail Bag" department which answers a question of general interest. Of special interest is an exclusive bonus file prepared just for readers of this series - you will not find this anywhere else! An updated index by John Burford for the entire series in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format is included. As usual, it is attempted to include something of value for everyone, regardless of your experience level. Compiled in .pdf format for your flying enjoyment by David "Opa" Marshall

http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kdl/main/58/tandt19.zip?DklHo03R
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Notapor dieguez » Mié Mar 01, 2006 8:57 pm

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Notapor Mauro Felix SWD500 » Jue Mar 02, 2006 10:13 am

Exelente lecturas... gracias. 73
Mauro Félix. SWD500 - Cdte. B744
Center Controller/Commercial Pilot (117576)
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Para la vuelta al mundo

Notapor dieguez » Jue Mar 02, 2006 11:46 am

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[url=http://www.cyberavia.org/ctc/Lessons/Phraseo.htm]COURS DE PHRASEOLOGIE AERONAUTIQUE -
Phraséo française et anglaise (click) [/url]
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FS2004 Tips And Tricks Number 20

Notapor dieguez » Sab Mar 04, 2006 2:08 pm

Name: tandt20.zip Size: 1,666,536 Date: 02-27-2006 Downloads: 1460
FS2004 Tips And Tricks Number 20 - March 2006 Edition. This issue includes a few tips that may help solve a couple of common problems as well as several links to very interesting and useful sites. Included is the popular "From the E-Mail Bag" department which answers a question of general interest. New in this issue is a section devoted to an aircraft of historical interest. There is also a tip which will lead you to some really exceptional AI work. An updated index by John Burford for the entire series in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format is included. As usual, it is attempted to include something of value for everyone, regardless of your experience level. Please unzip to a temporary location using the folders option. Compiled in .pdf format for your flying enjoyment by David "Opa" Marshall

http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kdl/main/58/tandt20.zip?mw6sr063
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Euro Primer

Notapor dieguez » Dom Mar 05, 2006 3:10 pm

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The European ATC Quick Primer (click)

This is quick introduction to the European style of flying with ATC. It is intended for American virtual pilots, flying the first time in Europe and preparing for their first encounter with our ATC system. In the following examples I will give a brief summary of some differences you should expect when flying in Europe.


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Más consejos para mejorar los FPS

Notapor dieguez » Dom Mar 19, 2006 12:39 pm

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The following are Koorby's tweaks. See VOZ official site: http://vistaoz.org


INSIDE FS9
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1. Set visibility (vis) to about 30mi/48km - that's the real world and this single adjustment will a) make FS2004 textures look much nicer and realistic, and b) Give you back lots and lots of FPS
2. Avoid large amount of cumulus clouds - they eat FPS. Create a new weather theme which looks nice but avoids those. If you must use real-world weather then get Active Sky 6 and install their 128x128 DXT3 MIP cloud sets - perfect solution
3. Slide MIP down to 4 - no need for more than that on your 6600GT
4. Slide LIGHTS down to 6
5. Slide 3D cloud density to 50%, will still look great
6. Turn off lens flare (pilot's sunglasses don't have lens flare
7. Turn OFF anti-aliasing inside FS9
8. Set to Trilinear filtering always
9. Run FS9 in Full-screen mode at the same resolution as your desktop
10. Lock your FPS to 25 - seriously, you won't notice anything higher and it really does help. At the worst set it to 30FPS, but I never run it that fast, because PAL video runs at 25FPS and 3.5 billion people can't be wrong eh? Movies in the cinema run even slower.

Optional
11. Optional (disable the autogen library by renaming the fs9\Autogen\default.xml to default.xml.OFF - this will make very little visual difference to your flying but gives back FPS also.

Leave everything else maxed out.

YOUR VIDEO CARD
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1. Set to AA to 4XS (anything else is overkill if running = > 1280x1024)
2. Set AF to 4
3. Set Sharpness to +1 (this will make FS9 visuals look spectacular)

YOUR WINDOWS XP
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1. Not running XP? Buy it, install it with SP2
2. Shutdown about 40-50 services you don't need. Grab a program called FSautostart, which will do this for you with tips on each setting. I have 1024MB RAM and when I start FS9 I have 860MB free. Trust me, it makes a huge difference to performance.
3. Turn OFF any programs in the tray you are not using. This includes Anti-virus, anti-spam, anti-anything. Also turn off all those silly tray icons like quicktime and countless others. They are all consuming CPU cycles and the Anti-virus will most definitely interfere with FS9 performance.

BLURRIES
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The most common thing that can ruin your flight experience is a case of the "blurries". I see this in so many screenshots, and it's completely avoidable.

Here's a few rules to follow:

1. If you are flying low (below 5,000 ft) (not slewing), keep your ground speed around 120Kts

2. If you are slewing (not flying), always tap Y to go back into flying mode so the textures can be reloaded in your immediately area. So (a) slew to the position, (tap the 'Y' key and fly for a bit to let the textures catch up, tap 'Y' again and just slew back to the best position for the shot.)

3. Make sure your section of your fs9.cfg file has these last 3 entries in the section:


TERRAIN_ERROR_FACTOR=100.000000
TERRAIN_MIN_DEM_AREA=10.000000
TERRAIN_MAX_DEM_AREA=100.000000
TERRAIN_MAX_VERTEX_LEVEL=19 (20 for 38m mesh, 21 for 20m mesh)
TERRAIN_TEXTURE_SIZE_EXP=8
TERRAIN_AUTOGEN_DENSITY=5
TERRAIN_USE_GRADIENT_MAP=1
TERRAIN_EXTENDED_TEXTURES=1
TERRAIN_DEFAULT_RADIUS=3.500000
TERRAIN_EXTENDED_RADIUS=4.000000
TERRAIN_EXTENDED_LEVELS=4

There is a more extensive discussion on the other major sim site. Search the archives for a topic headed FS8 to FS9 = Disappointment

Cheers,

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Notapor dieguez » Dom Abr 09, 2006 2:15 pm

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No olviden también "los números anteriores" al pié de página.
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Notapor dieguez » Dom Abr 09, 2006 7:09 pm

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tips_and_tricks_21.zip(click)


Tips and Tricks Number 21 - April 2006 Edition. This issue includes a brief introduction to online flying with a partner, as well as several new ideas to enhance your flying experience. Of special interest is a segment which explains how to make a backup DVD FS2004 installation disk, plus several other useful ideas and links to helpful utilities. Included is the popular "From the E-Mail Bag" department which answers a question of general interest and a section describing an aircraft of Historical interest. There is even a Tip or two to help improve your relationship with the one who thinks you spend far too much time "flying". An updated index, by John Burford, for the entire series, in .pdf format is included. As usual, I have attempted to provide something of value for everyone, regardless of your experience level. Please unzip to a temporary location, using the folders option. Compiled in .pdf format for your flying enjoyment.
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Notapor dieguez » Jue Abr 13, 2006 10:13 pm

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[url=http://s49.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0TFHZ9Z2NY1VX2E88ZS6SCQC8N]NIGHT FLYING TIPS
(CLICK PDF)[/url]


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Indice Tips and Tricks

Notapor dieguez » Sab Jul 29, 2006 12:36 pm

El file es de Flightsim.com; tiene que estar tambièn en avsim.com

Name: idxtandt.zip Size: 451,503 Date: 05-09-2006 Downloads: 830
FS2004 Tips And Tricks Index. A complete index in PDF and XLS (Excel) formats for Tips and Tricks - covering all issues - 1 through 22.

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Notapor jolmos » Sab Jul 29, 2006 7:08 pm

Mateo: ¿el project 727 en que país está? te recuerdo es un proyecto de José Maldonado (?)
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Notapor villaf » Dom Jul 30, 2006 12:54 am

FS2004 permormance y otras yerbas....
http://foro.swvirtual.com.ar/viewtopic.php?t=8700
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