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eaim1973 posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsWe revealed the first ever renders back at FlightSimCon 2016 and we’re now pleased to be able to inform the community that Flightbeam Studios, along with partners iBlueYonder, has released their highly anticipated KPDX Portland International Airport for Prepar3D V4. The scenery has been designed by iBlueYonder founder Bill Womack, along with artistic and technical assistance by Amir Salehi and other members of the Flightbeam Studios crew. The partnership has resulted in a highly detailed rendition of Portland Airport. Features include that key textures have been rendered in 4096x4096px resolution, a huge photo-real area representation the industrial district of North Portland along with custom static GA and military aircraft. Furthermore, as this is a Prepar3D V4 only airport, the team have taken full advantage of P3D’s material scripting engine for seasonal vegetation, dynamic water puddles and light animations throughout. You can buy KPDX-HD Portland International Airport from either Flightbeam Studios’ website or iBlueYonder’s website for $29.99. Features include: Features the all-new Flightbeam Manager system (no Addon Manager/Couatl required) Configuration Manager allows you to quickly customize KPDX to your liking Utilizes SODE for advanced jetway interaction with aircraft Includes large photo-real area representing the industrial district of North Portland with OSM-based autogen Key textures are rendered in 4096×4096 high resolution Includes custom static GA and military aircraft P3Dv4 dynamic night lighting included Leverages P3D’s material scripting engine for seasonal vegetation, dynamic water puddles and light animations Includes detailed rendition of Cascade Station shopping area east of the airport SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/flightbeam-iblueyonder-release-kpdx-portland-intl-airport/
eaim1973 posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsJust as I hit ‘publish’ on the previous article, Flightbeam + iBlueYonder developer Bill emailed me with a bunch of brand new images from the soon-to-be-released Portland (KPDX). The images showcase what the current build is looking like. As you can see, there’s a huge amount of detail both inside the airport and beyond. Everything from car parks, office blocks to the neaby IKEA has been faithfully recreated. Dynamic lighting is also shown off, as well as use of wet ground polys for on the ground during rainy weather. We know that we won’t have long to wait, as it’s been confirmed that only a few bits like product pages, installers and manuals need to be completed before it’s released onto the wild.
Dreadmetis posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsOk, I'm going public on this one cause so far the informations I have are BAD ! iBlueYonder (hello bill !) and Turbulent Design (hi Russel and Greg !) have both moved to a new editor recently, in getting into OrbX licencing. When I read the announce, I was pretty pleased because that would mean for the customer a better support Well, I was very wrong ! I've been a bit long to go to P3D 4.3 update (last time was hard enough :p), so I discovered the mess a bit late maybe, but read this ! The support has become a nightmare ! I bought Nantucket island from PC Aviator, which got support from JustFlight. I got 100$ burger from the iBlueYonder website. Almost at the same time. One I can get support (100$ burger runs) and I cannot get ANY SUPPORT so far for Nantucket island. I got an old archive from PC Aviator wich is not up to date, no option to gfet it from the official iBlueYonder website, and worst : the official answer from the studio is : "if you bought from our website we support you, if not, you're on your own, please buy our products a 2nd time from OrbX !" (I have translated the political tongue language used there) I have the exact same problem with some Turbulent Design products : Angwin-Parret and L35 Big Bear I bought from JusfFlight are not updated on the JF store, the official website explains that "they have licencing changes" and the customer can go die or buy ! More politely of course, but it does say the same. what are your call on these ? I know I could have done the quiet "I know some people bill and Greg, help me" but it seems to me that it would be very wrong to do that, instead of getting a decent and expected support ! In fact, I've been contacted by Bill very kindly (Russel sent me the other way...), but as I said : it is not easy, not streamlined, not normal ! And you will find some more testimonies from other customers from different shops/ sites... Some exctracts : https://iblueyonder.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=317 SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
iBlueYonder Pearson Field Previews When iBlueYonder announced Pearson Field back in February, it was met with excitement from the community knowing their track record and reputation for putting out extremely high quality sceneries. Since the announcement, it’s been radio silence regarding the project understandably, until now when we have a new batch of previews to show off at last courtesy of the iBlueYonder Facebook page! You may recall the announcement last month by John Venema regarding Bill Womack rejoining the Orbx team, and all of his prior payware sceneries being brought under the Orbx Direct roof. This should mean that Pearson Field will be available to download and manage via FTX Central, making it extremely easy to install updates and configure the scenery to your heart’s desire. SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/previews/iblueyonder-pearson-field-previews/
From Facebook: When we say Pearson Field is historic, we're not just talking about something you read in the manual. The history is real here, and it's all over the field! By the time it's finished, you'll be able to take a whole tour and learn all about it. The P3D avatar guy might become your favorite new plane. ;-) SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.facebook.com/IBlueYonder/posts/1712519918807344 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
iBlueYonder Announces Pearson Field Scenery Today iBlueYonder announces their next project which is Fort Vancouver, Pearson Field (KVUO). It’s the first project they make that is across the border of two states – Washington and Oregon. SOURCE INFO https://iblueyonder.com/our-next-project-pearson-field/ https://fselite.net/news/iblueyonder-announces-pearson-field-scenery/
Gibbon posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsScenery for X-Plane 11 Special 20% Off Introductory Pricing Ends Wednesday! If you previously purchased Nantucket for FSX/P3D on this website, there’s no need to purchase again. The XP file has been added to your list of downloads in the “My Account” section. Please note that there will be no refunds for double purchases! https://iblueyonder.com/portfolio/nantucket-xp/
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angeli662 posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsiBlueYonder Nantucket for X-Plane 11 1 of 6 iBlueYonder announced earlier that they were working on their Nantucket scenery for X-Plane. This scenery was amazing on P3D, and seeing the small airport in X-Plane 11 is what many of us have been waiting for. Now, ACK is going into beta this weekend. After a short period, it is expected to release for X-Plane 11! So get your favorite GA aircraft out, and get ready to take a short cross country to Nantucket! LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.airdailyx.net/article/iblueyonder-nantucket-kack-beta-x-plane-11/
Well, title self explanatory ! Founder's day sales get you a 25% rebate on any iBlueYonder's great sceneries ! Put a memo on your screen... I have the beautiful and very detailed Nantucket Island which was in sales during "black friday", gonna complete the collection... Come to papa, 100$ burgers LINK TO SOURCE : https://iblueyonder.com/