MSFS 2020 For Home Cockpits

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MSFS 2020 For Home Cockpits

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Not much info. but seems like good news:

https://www.simflight.com/2019/11/28/fl ... -cockpits/

Scroll to 3 minutes if you're not interested to watch it all.

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Thanks Dave. It does look promising ✈️

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In a newer video he said multi monitor support 2022?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9lMr9JXU04 around min 58:40.
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We 'll see :?:
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Emi Wiedenmann wrote: 10 Dec 2020, 05:19 In a newer video he said multi monitor support 2022?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9lMr9JXU04 around min 58:40.
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On the roadmap it says: 2021-2022. They gather questions & wishes. Multi monitor is high on the list, but implementation is not forseen for the near future.
Maybe we should consider the WidevieW option (FSX/P3D on server; MSFS on clients for outside view) Gerard pointed out https://forum.prosim-ar.com/viewtopic.php?f=79&t=21133. Should a viable multi monitor solution eventualy arrive, one can choose to put MSFS on the server also.

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Best quality & FPS can be achieved with a RSI Image Generator. Might cost a bit ofcourse :)
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dvincent wrote: 11 Dec 2020, 20:30 Best quality & FPS can be achieved with a RSI Image Generator. Might cost a bit ofcourse :)
Dirk, I thought you referred to a Repitive Strain Injury. :geek:

You meant these guys: https://rsi-visuals.com/. :o

If I had the space and the money, why not. :P

But hopefully, there are cheaper solutions.

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An IG runs on a computer and is a software package. The visual itself can be anything.
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