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Best Answer dburne , 12 March 2012 - 07:46 PM
Welcome to these great forums Quangvu45!The following are what I have to improve the environment/scenery in FSX, and imho has made it into one beautiful sim - way better than it was at stock.These are also fairly popular with many simmers and I am sure you will see mention of them often.FS Genesis MeshUTXGEXREX2 - note, these guys are going to be soon releasing REX Essentials, basically an REX3 - whole new re-worked program - and it will be free for current registered users.There are other offerings out there to do the same as the above do, and they may be suggested as well. Any of them you get positive feedback here on the Avsim FSX forum and you really won't go wrong with them.I have yet to enter the payware aircraft arena, I do plan to do so at least here in the near future.Also please note, and if you have read much of this forum you will already know, FSX can bring even the best of today's system to it's knees. You might want to post your system specs, to get an idea from others how well it may run FSX and any tips on how to get it to run at it's best.I would suggest you take a look at the following for installation tips for FSX, and as someone already mentioned, go ahead and get Acceleration with it:http://www.simforums...topic29041.htmlAlso, if you have an Nvidia video card, have a look here on how to get the most out of it for FSX, using Nvidia Inspector, by NickN - considered the guru of video card setup for FSX:http://www.simforums...topic36586.htmlBest of luck, Go to the full post
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Posted 05 April 2012 - 09:32 PM
Does the crash effect on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3As__LplxI work good?
As far as crash effects/explosions - well, MS with all their franchise of civilian flight sims, have chosen not to really model that. Sure if you hit the ground hard enough for it to be considered a crash, you will get a message to that effect. But you are not going to see explosions, flying debris, fire raging - things that you might see an other types of games.
I personally do not mind this - for me simulating a civilian airliner crash complete with fire, explosions, flying debris, like what is seen in the video above, does nothing for me, in fact turns my stomach really, as that then is simulating innocent men, women and children, losing their lives in a horrible tragedy. But that is just me..
Do you think it would be more realistic if the crash effect was on there?