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Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #80 on: 13.11.15, 15:05 »

Airsimmeristä ei voi puhua delaynä, koska koko projekti on kuopattu.

http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/33966-aerosoft-da-crj-preview/&do=findComment&comment=220778

Näin siis keväällä 2010
 
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Aivan, eipä tullut mieleen Grin.
Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #81 on: 21.11.15, 15:03 »

Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #82 on: 26.11.15, 22:50 »

Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #83 on: 18.12.15, 19:23 »

FB:ssä lisää kuvia:

https://www.facebook.com/flightsimlabs/posts/1011115652296737

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It's been a busy couple weeks of beta testing... and while we have not yet lifted the NDA which would allow our testers to post their own, we kept asking them to submit their favorite pictures to us - those they find interesting, beautiful or, sometimes, even broken (yes, they manage to break our aircraft on a daily basis - but less and less so lately Hymiö smile ). Here are their results for the past few days.
In the following pictures, you will notice we're experimenting with our FSLSpotlights capabilities, as some of the later aircraft deliveries come with LED lights, but earlier ones come with warmer illumination. We still have not decided which ones to go with - can you help?
One of our beta testers hails from Japan, his favorite Tiger pictures are included... another likes some tango in his flying... and we could not leave our northern tester friends behind either...
In the final snap of this series, one of our testers wanted to see what happens if he shuts an engine down... fun stuff occurred...
We hope you enjoy the pictures!
Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #84 on: 26.01.16, 11:52 »

Mikael Leinonen
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #85 on: 26.01.16, 15:18 »

Hienolta vaikuttaa  Wink
Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #86 on: 23.03.16, 10:57 »

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It's been a bit since our last update - excuse the delay, as we're concentrating on putting together our A320-X Early Adopters' package (more details on this will be forthcoming). For now, we just *had* to share this image taken by one of our beta testers (you know who you are - thank you!) as it gives a nice glimpse of the tremendous capabilities already in the A320-X!
We know everyone is looking forward to this release! We promise, it won't be too much longer now!

https://scontent-ams3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xla1/t31.0-8/12885709_1072087652866203_8920392282278495029_o.png
Mikael Leinonen
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #87 on: 23.03.16, 11:12 »

Noniin rupeehan sieltä näkymään valoa tunnelin päästä, tuo "early adopters package" kiinnostaa kovasti  Tongue
Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #88 on: 26.03.16, 16:16 »

Lefteris Kalamaras:

Gents-

We are concerned that each time we post some news about our products, a number of individuals become confused about what will and what will not happen in the future, in what order, and how long it will take. These folks, while good-natured, well-meaning and nice-hearted, start rumors which are almost always unsubstantiated and based only on their personal beliefs. Those rumors, though, have a tendency, to spread like wildfire, mostly because (I would guess) people are eager to take any new "information" without checking into its validity first.

One such particular rumor is that we're going to take ages after the FSX release to produce the equivalent P3D version - note: NOT the professional version, but simply the version that behaves identically to FSX, simply under a different platform (P3D).

This is simply not true.

I will not elaborate further on details until we have had time to work them out, but at this point, our developers have been working on code that runs on P3D and a release on that platform will NOT take forever after the FSX version to come out.

I appreciate that everyone is very anxious to get the A320-X in their hands - it's been a long time in development, that's true, and I'll even explain in a subsequent post (that I've been writing while all our other developers are asleep - which isn't a very large window of time in the day, given our geographical diversity) all the difficulties we've faced, but also all the amazing features that we've added, so I think it might be hard to find a single individual on this planet more anxious to release the A320-X than myself Smiley.

So - to reiterate - the roadmap, as it stands right now, in very brief bullet points:

- Early Adopter release on FSX (to a number of customers that we'll be "inviting" as Early Adopters) on FSX so we can offer correct and productive customer support and iron out any problems with installation our beta testing team might have missed

- General release on FSX

- Early Adopter release on P3D (same deal as with FSX)

- General release on P3D

- Continuous subsequent releases on both platforms with added features and improvements

- Professional version release on P3D (ONLY)

This is what we believe is the best way to properly be in a position to support our customers and keep everyone satisfied that we're providing a top notch, top quality product that we'll keep improving for years to come. After all, we're geared for a world-first: Simulation of an A320, with all its nuances, all its quirks, in a way that nobody's done it before...

Thank you for your understanding and your continued support all these years!


http://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/topic/6782-a320-x-and-the-sim-platform-p3d-vs-fsx/
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #89 on: 20.05.16, 08:04 »

Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #90 on: 20.05.16, 09:51 »

http://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/topic/6908-flight-sim-labs-a320-x-release-road-map/



Hello All,

Some weeks ago, we provided a status update and a teaser picture which showed the detailed depth of our A320-X simulation as well as hints about our first package release. At the time, we did not provide any details on what this package would contain or how it would be offered - to our loyal customers - as we were simply too focused on the beta testing process.

In the next few days, we'll be putting together our first Release Candidate installer. We don't expect this process to last very long (usually there are two or three RCs before the first release goes public), so I am very happy to be able to announce the road map we're going to follow in getting the A320-X out to you, as well as some more details on what the product contents will be initially and in subsequent releases, as we intend to keep supporting the A320-X for years to come with continual improvements and additional features that will enhance your simulation experience.

Here's what our expected road map looks like at the moment:

- Version 1.0 of the A320-X for FSX will be released to an initial group of customers on a first-come, first-served basis. Since the complexity of the product is several scales larger than any other simulation package existing today, we are calling this first release an "Early Adopter" package. This means that, while the product will no longer be considered "beta", we want to ensure that our support team is able to adequately help and resolve any teething issues that a customer purchasing the A320-X might come across. For this reason, we will keep the initial customer group relatively small.

- Once we're satisfied that there are no issues with the Early Adopters package that we may have missed in our beta testing, we'll open the release once again to the general public.We expect this to happen relatively soon after the Early Adopters package is made available as we'd like everyone to enjoy our A320-X equally!

- After this final release of Version 1.0 to the general public, we'll focus on getting the entertainment-level A320-X released on Prepar3D, while simultaneously continuing work on functionality improvements to the A320 as well as other model variants.

- The Professional version of the A320-X for P3D will follow at some point afterwards as we realize there is significant demand by hardware builders and professional customers who wish to fill the existing void in the market for this aircraft.

At this time, I'd like to take the opportunity to once again thank you for your continued support and loyalty to Flight Sim Labs and our A320-X project. Please enjoy our last video before the Early Adopters package release. We hope that you like it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OhhAMsayu8&feature=youtu.be
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #91 on: 20.05.16, 22:11 »

Tätä odotellaan kyllä innolla, pakkohankinta. thmbup En kyllä ymmärrä että mikä perkeleen järki on tehdä jotain FSX-versiota, saati julkaista se ensimmäisenä? Huh
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #92 on: 20.05.16, 23:21 »

Tätä odotellaan kyllä innolla, pakkohankinta. thmbup En kyllä ymmärrä että mikä perkeleen järki on tehdä jotain FSX-versiota, saati julkaista se ensimmäisenä? Huh

Joo, hankintaan menee  Tongue Kaipa FSX-käyttäjiä on vielä niin paljon joten ovat suurin käyttäjäkunta. On tuo itsellänikin vielä backup-simuna P3D:n lisäksi  laugh Ei tosin auta kuin odotella tuota P3D-versiota varsinkaan kun tällä hetkellä vaikuttaa vahvasti ettei FSX:lle hankittuun lisuriin tule molemmissa simuissa käytön mahdollistavaa lisenssiä taikka alennusta FSX-version jo ostaneille P3D-versiota hankittaessa
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #93 on: 21.05.16, 09:16 »

Lisäksi P3D-versiota tulee olemaan kahta eri tasoa. Betatestaajilta kuullun mukaan kyseessä on framesyöppö. Olisivat valinneet suoraan 64-bittisen simun kuten tulevan DTGFSn tai XPn. FSX ja 32-bittinen P3D ovat jo lähinnä tekohengitysvaiheessa, varsinkin kun FSXn muistinhallinta oli alun alkaenkin huono...

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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #94 on: 21.05.16, 10:37 »

Lisäksi P3D-versiota tulee olemaan kahta eri tasoa. Betatestaajilta kuullun mukaan kyseessä on framesyöppö. Olisivat valinneet suoraan 64-bittisen simun kuten tulevan DTGFSn tai XPn. FSX ja 32-bittinen P3D ovat jo lähinnä tekohengitysvaiheessa, varsinkin kun FSXn muistinhallinta oli alun alkaenkin huono...

Toisaalta pelkkä 64-bittisyys ei tuo frameja lisää, jos kirjoitettu koodi on surkeaa/tehotonta. Eniten ehkä hirvittää, että tämän tekeminen on aloitettu FSXn ollessa ainoa simu käytännössä, että periytyykö sitä jotain ikäviä ongelmia P3Dhen. Ylipäätään että projekti on kestänyt näin pitkään. Onko se ollut oikeasti yhtä vaikeuksien kanssa kamppailua vai tehty vain poikeuksellisen laadukasta ja hyvää työtä. Toivottavasti jälkimmäistä ja onneksi tuli heitettyä FSX roskiin niin ei tule kiusausta ostaa FSX versiota. Onko P3D-version hinnasta ollut mitään arvailuja vielä?

Hieman haiskahtaa myös rahastukselta tuo, että ensin FSX ja sitten n viikkoa odotusta ja P3D-versio ulos.
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #95 on: 21.05.16, 10:52 »

Ei ole hintalappua vielä tuolle P3D-versiolle, uskoisin että tulee olemaan samaa luokkaa PMDG:n kanssa..
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #96 on: 22.05.16, 20:10 »

Hieman haiskahtaa myös rahastukselta tuo, että ensin FSX ja sitten n viikkoa odotusta ja P3D-versio ulos.

Ei mielestäni haiskahda rahastukselta yhtään. FSX-versio on pidemmällä, joten julkaisevat sen ensin(?). Mikäli joku oikeasti haluaa maksaa lisenssin molemmille simuille niin ihan vapaasti. Ei se rahastusta ole. Jos P3D käyttäjä ei kestä odottaa sitä P3D versiota, vaan haluaa ostaa sen molemmille niin ihan oma häpeänsä maksaa tuplasti.
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #97 on: 22.05.16, 20:23 »

Hieman haiskahtaa myös rahastukselta tuo, että ensin FSX ja sitten n viikkoa odotusta ja P3D-versio ulos.

Lopulta on myös hyvä muistaa, että tuotteen lisensointi P3D:lle ei ole mitään halpaa touhua vaan puhutaan useista tuhansista euroista. Jostain nekin rahat pitää takaisin saada.  Roll Eyes

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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #98 on: 22.05.16, 22:37 »

Lopulta on myös hyvä muistaa, että tuotteen lisensointi P3D:lle ei ole mitään halpaa touhua vaan puhutaan useista tuhansista euroista. Jostain nekin rahat pitää takaisin saada.  Roll Eyes

Mitä lisenssointia lisäosan tekijän on tehtävä? Jotain SDK-lisenssejä? Toisaalta eipä muutamalla tonnilla palkkaa esim. hyvää kooderia vielä kovinkaan pitkäksi aikaa tekemään töitä. Olettaen että ihan talkoohommilla näitä simuja ei tehdä.

Kenties googlettamalla voisi löytyä, mutta onko kenelläkään aavistusta millaisellakohan budjetilla näitä kehityneempiä lisäosia (PMDG, FSLabs yms) tehdään ja paljonko näissä mahtaa olla myynti?
Lauri FIN918
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Re: Flight Sim Labs Airbus A320
« Reply #99 on: 23.05.16, 01:31 »

Pitää ottaa huomioon, että Prepar3D:lle lisensointi on tunnetusti ollut ongelmallista sen mutkikkaan EULA:n takia. Ja muutenkin kaikki raha-asiat mitä täällä on puhuttu on spekulointia. Mitään virallista ilmoitusta asiasta ei ole tehty Smiley.
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