What is the Best Terrain Addon For FSX

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What is the Best Terrain Addon For FSX

Post by Haun » Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:01 pm

Ok, so I was flying around the Grand Canyon and found my self thinking, this place is really round and white.

That startled me. I have been to the grand canyon before and it is certainly not round or white. this gos the same for a lot of places, there is just not a lot of deffiniton. I have my mesh res set to 10m, and the texture res at 60cm.

i think i just want something a little more realistic. so i was wondering if your guys knew what the BEST stuff was. payware, freeware, shareware dontcare just put it down

thanks

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Post by Noddy1966 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:17 pm

If you want the Grand Canyon try this.

http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?app= ... howfile=12

It free and great.

For payware, my favourite place is the Megascenery Hawaii with the Dillingham addon

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Post by cirag » Thu Feb 04, 2010 7:32 am

My worst flight was on a trip from Dublin to London. Out of nowhere, the plane took a nose dive ... for about eight seconds! I know it doesn't seem like that long, but seriously, count for eight seconds. That's a long nose dive! Passengers started screaming, luggage went flying out of the overhead bins and the lights went out. So scary! I really thought the plane was going to crash. Everything ended up being ok, at least I think so. The pilot never even announced what happened.

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Post by mel wilson » Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:04 am

cirag wrote:My worst flight was on a trip from Dublin to London. Out of nowhere, the plane took a nose dive ... for about eight seconds! I know it doesn't seem like that long, but seriously, count for eight seconds. That's a long nose dive! Passengers started screaming, luggage went flying out of the overhead bins and the lights went out. So scary! I really thought the plane was going to crash. Everything ended up being ok, at least I think so. The pilot never even announced what happened.

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Post by Haun » Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:11 pm

cirag wrote:My worst flight was on a trip from Dublin to London. Out of nowhere, the plane took a nose dive ... for about eight seconds! I know it doesn't seem like that long, but seriously, count for eight seconds. That's a long nose dive! Passengers started screaming, luggage went flying out of the overhead bins and the lights went out. So scary! I really thought the plane was going to crash. Everything ended up being ok, at least I think so. The pilot never even announced what happened.

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Good to know.

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