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My traffic for P3d
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Posted 07 January 2012 - 03:18 PM
Just picked this up last night and installed today. Really works well in P3d! I was a long time UT2 user and have it for FSX, but since its not allowed for P3d, I bought My Traffic and I m very immpressed. Lots af traffic, nice looking models and not much of a FPS hit. Just make sure you follow the install directions carefully. It really does matter at which layer My Traffic resides in the Scenery library. Originally, I left it at the top layer and my FPS when from 35 to 7 (lol). I re-read the install instructions and realized it has to be just above propeller objects. That solved the issue.Great job Burkhard!Rob
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Posted 07 January 2012 - 04:25 PM
I too used UT for years. In the end, I found My Traffic to offer much over UT. Besides not being able to use it in Prepar3D, UT does not offer cargo or military aviation.It is better on frame rates, but the planes are somewhat optimized for this purpose. Like UT you can swap out aircraft to your choosing.The user interface isn't as pretty as UT, but it's functional in all the area's where it needs to be.The developer spent time re-writing code for it to function as intended, and also created the installer. With the code changes, it makes My Traffic native to Prepar3D, and not just an installer change. I certainly would not hesitate to recommend My Traffic 3D to anyone sitting on the fence as I once was.
Posted 05 February 2012 - 01:06 AM
I too purchased MT3D for P3D, but like many have had a drop in framerate, - quite severe in places. I am sure B.Renk is working on this at the moment.However even at low traffic settings it is better some plausible traffic rather than the improbable FSX hangovers.