Hello friends, been a while since I've been back in touch with this community. As a Airbus rated pilot for Delta VA I'm excited about the A330 especially (having flown on it IRL). Judging from current events AS plans to release their A319/320 June 26th or maybe later depending.
I was wondering what time range (not date) can be given for the A330? as soon as it is released I will get my SIC rating for the 330 since it's a Stage IV aircraft and am planning to upgrade. Can the time range be this summer sometime?
And yes I have read the past few pages, it's good to be back
Just to update - I appear to have fixed it (I've impressed myself hah). I uninstalled V4 Client and re-installed it and now I have all my lights back on. Must have been a faulty Shader.
First of all, thank you for taking your time to read my post.
Before you read, I have checked for errors on the flight plan but nothing and yes, I've tried to re-install.
I've been using the Aerosoft A320/321 for a long time, but recently the autopilot it's behaving weirdly. Let's say I'm cruising at FL320, speed 290 Kts. Suddenly, the planes start turning randomly (yes, I checked the flight plan), and sometimes it starts plummeting towards the ground, I immediately have to override the autopilot and take control of the aircraft. The plummeting also happens when I increase the time-lapse >8x.
Another issue is sometimes when I'm turning the plane doesn't stop turning right away, it turns later and looks like it's following a flight plan, except that it's not.
Lastly, on my 2 most recent flights, the autopilot only has the down arrow when I'm about 10 miles out.
Many thanks for your response. I get confused quite easily, it takes me a lot of researching to get things set up correctly. Are you saying it could be a problem with my setup or a known V4 issue? I've read on various forums other people are experiencing problems certain sceneries in V4. Is there anything you can suggest?
Thanks for replying and on a Sunday too, now that is service! Thanks, Jonathan.
das kommt darauf an, welche Hardware installiert ist.
X-Plane 11 selbst braucht schon gute Hardware (Prozessor, RAM, Grafikkarte, VideoRAM).
Und mit einem komplexen Flugzeug wie dem A330 (Jardesign) wird zusätzliche Leistung gefordert.
Unter 20 FPS (besser 25) sollte die Framerate nicht sinken, sonst kann X-Plane 11 die Flugphysik nicht mehr richtig berechnen.
Und für einen Airliner wie dem JarDesign A330 (und auch andere) sind 19 FPS einfach zu wenig.
Dann hilft nur die Grafikeinstellungen herunterzufahren.
X-Plane 11 Menü - Einstellungen - Grafik.
Auch die Sichtweite im Wetter Menü kann man heruntersetzen um bessere FPS zu erreichen.
Ein weiterer Kandidat (neben den Grafikeinstellungen) sind die KI Flugzeuge.
Auch die kann man auf Null setzen (Flugzeugauswahlmenü).