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  1. Aerosoft; Quoting Secondator from above, "Like Masterhawk said, the way that the aircraft is coded on it's core is unique to other aircraft. This method has its pros and cons just like any method has, and one of the cons is that in order to keep the sim and the FBW code in sync you must have at least 18 fps at all times." How come I was seeing 55-80 FPS (approx. 65 FPS average) in a cloudless sky over a not-so densely populated Aeonian Sea, with the bucking bronco issue still occurring? Whilst it may be clear to you, it is not at all clear to me; please expl
  2. Aerosoft; There are two of us working on this issue, but neither of us represent Aerosoft; doesn't this ring any alarm bells with your customer services? You may think that you have answered this post, but from my point of view, you haven't even tried. Anyway, we are still unable to pinpoint the issue, though we feel that something external is affecting the AAP. We have tried without any weather, with either ASP4 or FSGRW P4 running, minimal P3D4 settings, h/w ECAM refresh on/off, base scenery (Global), and so on. Once again flying over the channel climbing to cruise with F
  3. Hi, ORBX yes, but for weather I use ASP4. I never had this with any of the Airbus versions prior to their Professional release. May I send you a PM? Fabio
  4. I cannot understand why in the first video that I uploaded, I am climbing out with level wings over the English channel in fair weather, when all of a sudden the issue takes hold. How is this FPS related? I agree that something interacting with the Aerosoft Airbus Pro (and ONLY this aircraft), and the cause may well be system based, but I still need you to help me with it. Is there a combination of programs that maybe don’t work together, for instance Windows Defender and some Aerosoft API or process? Has there been any stipulation from yourselves about what can or can’t be
  5. And so we have gone full circle, insofar as this is how I began my post certain in the knowledge that FPS would bear the primary blame (or cause, if you like)... You can see from my videos that I do not have FPS issues, yet there exists some interaction between the Airbus and my system that is disrupting my enjoyment of this costly add-on. You have dealt with this for a week or two in my post, but from my perspective, I've not flown this aircraft properly since mid-2018. I truly wish you'd see past this defence and try to help your customers figure out the r
  6. And even after a PC rebuild. Literally, throughout the life cycle of the Pro version A318/319.
  7. I’m not so sure as it happens without weather as well as with ASP4 and FSGRW. Also, my ASP4 settings exactly match those of “masterhawk”. I’ve only seen this with the Aerosoft Airbus Pro 64-bit version, and it has happened on all iterations of this product using fresh downloads and installs too.
  8. So, without AV running, and excludes set to all FS folders (I changed from entire drives to root folders of all things FS), but the issue is still present. Thoughts? Thanks, Fabio
  9. Yes, previously I had folders excluded, but I am trialling excluding all of my flightsim drives. However, as this phenomenon doesn't occur in other aircraft, I don't think it will be an AV issue (unless Aerosofdt files are the cause). So, I will disconnect from the internet and I will disable my AV, and then I'll report back ASAP. Thanks, Fabio
  10. My ASP4 settings were different to yours (but still set at reasonable levels), so I duplicated your settings but the same issue occurred. At this point I switched off all weather engines (i.e. standard atmosphere), but the issue persisted (videos available, one with weather and the other under cloudless no wind conditions). I really appreaciate your help, so I'm looking forward to more ideas. Thanks, Fabio
  11. Hi, Sorry, but it is the same problem with FSGRW, shortly after takeoff the same issue occurs. Any ideas will be gratefully accepted! Thanks again, Fabio
  12. Thanks, I will try with FSGRW for P3D4 instead of ASP4 because I really would like to finally eradicate this issue. Looking at the video, you’ll see there is no warning, just a sudden jerky change in FPS and attitude. When the winds change, which from time to time they do, than sim aircraft tend to wobble in situ until they stabilise, but IMO this issue doesn’t look or feel like that. Remember that this issue only affected the “Pro” P3D4 version. Also, my sim OS and P3D4 installations have been rebuild yet this issue has been persistent. Are there Aerosoft recommended ASP4 settings
  13. Hi, Thank you for your reply. I use ASP4, but I don't think the wind was excessive; during climb I was seeing a tail wind of 30kts or so. There were no instances of turbulence that I can recall, and the onset of this issue is as sudden as you can see, and quite without warning of indication, and often occurs in straight flight. The FPS that you see in the upper left hand side are typical for a climb out, and in fact these were curtailed by VSYNC ( in case this helped). In addition, I apologise for the tone of my email, and please know that I've wanted to edit it but of
  14. Hi, The reason that I stopped flying the Aerosoft Airbus Professional V1.4.0.3 is because for me, the random and sudden loss of control as experienced on my system has made the aircraft in all its iterations quite unflyable (or more to the point, unenjoyable). All previous incarnations of the Aerosoft Airbus from the AXE upwards have been fine, but not so the Professional range, and explains why i have only the A318/A319 and not the A320/A321 & A330. I know that other users have had the same problems, and I know that Aerosoft always dismisses this as a FPS issue, but the truth he
  15. Version 1.0.0

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    Binter Canarias CRJ700 With thanks to Idem30 for his exceptional Aerosoft CRJ900 in the colours of Binter Canarias. It was Idem30's original Binter Canarias CRJ900 repaint that I subsequently modified in order to create this Binter Canarias livery for Aerosoft CRJ700. All original artwork credit please should go to Idem30, with but a few necessary touch up's by me for the CRJ700 refit. Enjoy!
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