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Quote from: FredK on May 17, 2021, 10:26:17 AMI have lost all hope that MSFS20 will ever be suitable for a cockpit environment.Fred K
QuoteFred, have you ever played with "WideVu?" As you know it runs on the FSUIPC Platform for position information and passes that data over to other FSUIPC Clients to share positional information and synchronizing P3D/FSX multiviews (to a point).
Quote from: FredK on May 18, 2021, 01:11:20 PMI have many years of experience with WideView, but I am not familiar with WideVu.SymSync with ViewGroups works better for multi-channel than WideView IMO, particularly for AI traffic. However it is freeware that is specific to P3Dv4, and the fellow who developed it seems to have disappeared.Tried Opus FSI but got frustrated with it and no AI traffic possible.I have no direct experience with the built-in P3D Pro multi channel system, but from what I understand it is problematic. Seems to be most suitable for military applications where scenery display per se is not important.All of these multimonitor programs simply broadcast the position and attitude of the primary aircraft (and also AI aircraft) from the server machine for display of the identical aircraft on the visual clients. Weather overlays on that by different means.....in my case using FSGRW in a network bridge arrangement. I am using Sim Avionics running on the server.Regarding MSFS20...It is not only the cockpit environment aspect that needs to be implemented, but also the stability issue regarding bugs and crashes. Maybe someday of course. I just do not hold out much near-term hope for it.Fred K
Quote from: Trevor Hale on May 20, 2021, 04:48:51 AMI am using FlyElise and MSFS 2020, it does work and is spanned across 3 projectors.
Quote from: Neil Hewitt on May 23, 2021, 03:18:45 PMQuote from: Trevor Hale on May 20, 2021, 04:48:51 AMI am using FlyElise and MSFS 2020, it does work and is spanned across 3 projectors.Hi Trevor. I should have clarified that I meant you can't use Immersive Calibration Pro to create your views as I do for P3D, because there's no way to specify view frustums. Unless I'm missing a trick. I assume you did a manual warp on a spanned view? To what extent were you able to correct for the fish-eye rendering of the wider view in MSFS?
Quote from: Trevor Hale on May 20, 2021, 04:48:51 AMActually Neil,I am using FlyElise and MSFS 2020, it does work and is spanned accross 3 projectors.The multi monitor support is coming Q4 for 2020 I am hoping the frustrums will be available then.Trev
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