AFS4 Mk1 Spitfires

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AFS4 Mk1 Spitfires

Postby emfrat » Wed Jan 25, 2023 7:54 am

Thanks to Matt Ivey and his team, who have created several variants and many repaints, including one of Al Deere's machines. :clap: :clap: :clap:

https://www.aerofly.com/community/forum ... l-for-af4/

I can leave today's shopping until tomorrow...or maybe Friday ...
BTW, there is a 'Donate" button on the download page. This is not for the developer, all donations to Flight-sim.org help to keep the AFS community download server operational.
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Re: AFS4 Mk1 Spitfires

Postby emfrat » Wed Jan 25, 2023 9:34 am

Somewhere in England >nzflag<

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Re: AFS4 Mk1 Spitfires

Postby Charl » Wed Jan 25, 2023 9:49 pm

Interesting. Mike I am guessing that AFS2 planes won't work in AFS4 and vice versa?
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Re: AFS4 Mk1 Spitfires

Postby emfrat » Wed Jan 25, 2023 10:40 pm

Charl wrote:Interesting. Mike I am guessing that AFS2 planes won't work in AFS4 and vice versa?


Charl, AFS2 planes can be up-converted to AFS4 standard, instructions and tools are available to do that. I don't think the process is reversible. These Spitfires were originally (in a large part) X-Plane builds, modified specifically for AFS4.

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Re: AFS4 Mk1 Spitfires

Postby Charl » Thu Jan 26, 2023 9:03 am

That's good news, what about scenery addons - transplantable?
I may give AFS4 a whirl in VR, my experience in MSFS 2020 was umm, average.
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Re: AFS4 Mk1 Spitfires

Postby emfrat » Thu Jan 26, 2023 10:45 am

Charl wrote:That's good news, what about scenery addons - transplantable?


Photoscenery and elevation files for AFS2 can be used directly in AFS4. The cultivation and object files, which provide the autogen buildings, lights etc and landmark features, are not compatible and need to be run through a converter. That part of the AFS4 SDK is still WIP, but it's coming along.
That said, there is already a lot of cultivation in the default AFS4, but so far not much down our way. I am waiting for the new AFS4 SDK so I can rework my Chathams scenery, especially the airport.
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