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Posted 10 February 2012 - 03:15 PM

Hello friends, i have posted two links below, im using the AIRSIMMER with Flight Simulator 2004,
and i cant move the cameras in the cockpit like in this two films, is it able to do this in the
FS 2004??? Is there another version better then FS2004 that i can use with AIRSIMMER??

Well if is it possible, please tell me some clues...

Thank you again;

Paulo Eduardo Reschke

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 04:46 PM

Hello, Eduardo!

There are several ways to get similar or even better effects of changing your point of view.
1. The most simple is just moving the hat switch on your joystick
2. You can change points of view with keyboard combinations (using e.g. Crtl, Shift, Enter and Backspace)
3. You can get the freeware F1 View Utility to look around with your mouse http://www.flight1so...iles/F1View.zip
4. You can buy (highly recommended) Active Camera to look around and also make virtual walks around your aircraft: http://secure.simmar...mera-2004.phtml
5. The best option is to combine Active Camera with the freeware FS Recorder to create preset views: http://www.fs-record...1k1g6uu87qdiif3

Check these options and choose something for you.

And, by the way, next time choose an appropriate subforum. This one is for liveries and paintkits!  ;)
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Posted 10 February 2012 - 05:24 PM

Thank you Rafal, tks for the tips.

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Posted 11 February 2012 - 03:02 AM

Some of us use Track IR
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