scenProc 3.0 stable release

The new stable release of scenProc is out. Version 3.0 replaces version 2.0 as the stable release. Compared to version 2.0 many changes and bug fixes have been made. Some of the highlights of these changes are: Many performance improvements resulting in less memory usage and quicker processing of your scenProc script. A new and […]

Upcoming stable releases

I will be releasing a new stable version of ModelConverterX and scenProc in the next few weeks.The reason behind these new releases is twofold. On one hand over the last months there have been many improvements to the tools, mainly in the area of performance. So it is worthwhile to have those improvements in the […]

Vertex colors

One of the new features of MSFS compared to FSX and P3D is that you can specify vertex colors in your model as well. This means that just like a position or a normal, each vertex of the model can have its own color as well. This can be a more efficient way to set […]

Animation mapping

The latest development release of ModelConverterX has a new feature that can help in converting models between different sims. Often these simulators use different names for their animations. For example FS2004 and FSX have different names for certain types of animations. Before ModelConverterX used a hardcoded mapping when importing these models, but now this mapping […]

Configuration files

For many years I have been using the standard .NET settings files to store the configuration options in my tools. But this week I learned that the way I was using them was not really the most efficient way. This resulted in performance and stability issues. So therefore in the current development release I have […]