I have added a new feature to ModelConverterX, besides the MDL format, you can now also read the aircraft.cfg file. Each of the models defined in the CFG file will then be read into the tool. And the liveries are based on the settings in the CFG file. This will give more accurate liveries than […]
Here is the first part of the series of tutorials I announced a couple of days ago about creating autogen for the island of Nantucket with scenProc.
Here is the video tutorial I promised about the new scenProc feature to detect vegetation. In this tutorial I show how this new feature works and I also try to explain some of the theory behind it. I’ll try to add some information about this feature to the manual soon as well, as I know […]
Yesterday I gave a presentation about scenProc for the FSDevConf. If you were not able to watch the session live, you can still view it on YouTube, you will find the presentation here. Compared to some other scenProc presentations I have recorded before, I spend more time on explaining how to examine the GIS data […]
Here is the video tutorial about the improved object report and object image functionality of ModelConverterX that I promised earlier this week.
I have a made a new video tutorial explaining the earth curve editor of ModelConverterX. It also shows the effect of not correcting for the curve of the earth and how that can result in misaligned objects. I decided to make this tutorial now, since I fixed a few bugs in the earth curve editor […]
Last month at the FSKonferenz in Paderborn I gave a presentation titled “Using GIS data to create FSX autogen”. I have now made a recording of this presentation and put it on YouTube so that those who where not at the conference can also see it. The presentation covers how autogen works, what GIS data […]
I have made a new video tutorial that demonstrates the typical workflow I use to create autogen from OpenStreetMap data. In this tutorial I am creating forests, buildings and lights as FSX autogen. The tutorial also explains way to classify the buildings into types and categories, for example industrial or residential buildings.
From the next development release scenProc has a new feature, it is now possible to get auto completion of possible attributes and their values. All you have to do is scan the file you will be processing by pressing the “Scan attributes” button. Be aware that this might take a while for big files. After […]
A first version of the scenProc graphical user interface is now available in the development release package. This new interface allows you to run the scenProc configuration file from the GUI, you don’t have to use the command prompt anymore. I also includes a text editor control, with tooltips and auto-completion to make it easier […]