Preview FSX / P3Dv2/ FSX:SE Aerosoft (DA) CRJ Preview

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# 76   Posted

I know it's very early on but, I see that the door with a built in stairs is modeled, Will the version without a stairs also be moddled because with the

default CRJ it's very anoying with AES and the Stairs going through the jetway / airStairs.

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# 77   Posted

Great looking aircraft!!! i think i ll have to consider to upgrade to FSX:) well i have it but slow.. i think i ll need to change my graphics card...

But a question.. whats better for FS ATI or Nvidia?

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# 78   Posted

Great looking aircraft!!! i think i ll have to consider to upgrade to FSX:) well i have it but slow.. i think i ll need to change my graphics card...

But a question.. whats better for FS ATI or Nvidia?

Actually unless you have a very old video card it probably is not needed. Most frames per second and responsiveness in Flight sim is derived from sheer CPU power. 50% + of performance is derived via the cpu, the remainder isa split between the Memory speed and Videocard.

Look at upgrading your CPU, if possible before upgrading video card. And Speed matters more then number of cores I find, I nice 3.0ghz dual core like say a E8400 or one of the new Phenom X 2's are a

decent budget wise upgrade.

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# 79   Posted

well i have this setup but i am not happy with FSX performance..

AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2GHz, Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P, DDR3 3GB PC3-10700H (667 MHz),

ATI Radeon HD 3870 512MB

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# 80   Posted

Any chance way down the road this CRJ could be morphed into it's distant cousin, the Global Express? Long range biz jets are definately missing from FSX and I realize some of the biz jet corperations like Gulfstream aren't too keen on having their planes made in FS but since you obviously have the OK for the CRJ, I would assume a Global Express would be allowed too.

Cheers

TJ

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# 81   Posted

I would ask for the C-Series :) The first 50 I think are all destined for Germany....

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# 83   Posted

Awesome, Mathijs ! :excl:

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# 84   Posted

This looks fantastic. Count on a sale from me!

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# 85   Posted

Love the progress, can't wait. Love the CRJ

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# 86   Posted

Awesome, Mathijs ! :excl:

Keep in mind I'm just the freaking manager, the guy who takes the credit while the others do all the hard work, okay?

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# 87   Posted

...the guy who takes the credit while the others do all the hard work...

LOL! You're also the guy who gets the blame when we're not happy. laugh.gif

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# 88   Posted

I'm suprised people arn't going Ape Shit over this thing, I sure am. Cannot wait to fly the CRJ for AC Jazz

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# 89   Posted

Flew one of these to Atlanta one time to catch a flight to the last AVSIM Developers Conference in Seattle, as we climbed out it all

of a sudden it felt like the plane was hitting a stop sign then continued on. When we touched down in Atlanta it was a carrier

landing feeling the landing struts at maximum stress. But GREAT work on the model!

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# 90   Posted

Update... Main gear and main gear animation has been completed today.

CRJ700_MGEAR_001.jpg

CRJ700_MGEAR_002.jpg

CRJ700_MGEAR_003.jpg

CRJ700_MGEAR_004.jpg

CRJ700_MGEAR_005.jpg

CRJ700_MGEAR_006.jpg

CRJ700_MGEAR_007.jpg

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# 91   Posted

Update... Main gear and main gear animation has been completed today.

Sweet! :- )

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# 92   Posted

nice - really nice  :)

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# 93   Posted

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Love it, CANNOT WAIT to see the VC.

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# 94   Posted

wub.gifHi Mathijs,

These very first screenshots are breathtaking... I fly the real bird everyday (CRJ100 and 700) and I'm looking forward flying the virtual one thanks to you and the development team. Keep up the good work. You may count on me as usual to purchase your products... tongue.gif.

best regard

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# 95   Posted

Wow, all of you guys have done a fantastic job!!

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# 96   Posted

How about a Global Express after this is finished :)

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# 97   Posted

This will hands down be one of the most anticipated projects of 2010. RJ's are one of the most sophisticated aircraft in the skies today and I hope to one day fly them for a regional carrier. The externals look fantastic. I can't wait to see this progress. As always, thanks for being so open with your customers. 2010 will be a great year for Aerosoft!

Chad

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# 98   Posted

What would be the chances of doing an R1 Sentinel (RAF) version, with radome beneath the fuselage and few extra bumps???

Andy

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# 99   Posted

Although it looks fantastic, I'm not buying anything Digital Aviation before they release their long overdue VC for the Fokker 70/100.

Enough has been said about this on their own forum.

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# 100   Posted

Then don't buy it but MANY others will!

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