X-Plane.org - Cessna 172M - DGS Series XP12

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  • X-Plane.org
  • Thranda Design
  • 1.0
The C172M is part of Thranda "Dynamic Generation Series" - more about the DGS Series here ....más
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The C172M is part of Thranda "Dynamic Generation Series" - more about the DGS Series here.

Special features:

  • Extremely high res textures (1700 pixels per meter). 8K textures
  • FULLY configurable 3D instrument panel
  • Fully VR Compatible
  • Interchangeable yoke styles: old fashioned and modern
  • Over 50 instruments to choose from! (Including Aspen EFD 1000, and support for RealityXP 650 and GTN750)
  • Move any instrument to any location on the panel, or even between pilot and copilot's panel
  • Optional plastic molded cover for instruments
  • Comes with 4 panel presets, but can easily be expanded by moving instruments around, using a simple and intuitive interface
  • Optional 3D light posts per instrument
  • Lighting is fully 3D, and dynamically move along with the instruments, as you configure the panel
  • Save your own presets, and even share them with the community
  • Almost every instrument can be popped up or popped out as a 2D floating window! They can be placed on other monitors as well
  • Instruments can be moved in 3D directly, on a 2D pop-up preview window, or by numerical entry for precise placement
  • GNS430 and 530 can be swapped out, but a restart of the plane is required, as 430s and 530s are mutually exclusive in terms of compatibility in X-Plane
  • Dynamic livery editor (like in the Kodiak, the Beaver, the Wilga, the Caravan, the C206, the 337, the Islander, and the Pilatus PC-6)
  • Full PBR control! Create stunning metallic liveries, or matte, sand-blasted look in mere seconds
  • Additional control over dirt/scratches, adjustable in real-time to dial in the exact desired amount of wear and tear
  • Create "virtual" liveries, based on two basic common design layouts (Modern and Classic), and assign any colour to any available paint segment
  • Quickly create preview of livery in real-time, using intuitive controls.  Previews include visualization of metallic materials and dirt overlays
  • Apply selected livery in real-time, right in the sim, without the need to even touch a 3rd party image editor
  • Option to change the tail number in real-time, or disable it altogether. (Enter a "space" instead of a callsign number to create a blank tail number)
  • Easily and quickly create dozens of paint schemes in-sim
  • Also includes 9 traditionally painted liveries, all visible in a convenient pre-selection preview window
  • Ability to swap pilot/co-pilot figures
  • Uses SkunkCrafts Updater (Now also available as a standalone app).  Option to participate in Beta program, via checkbox in SkunkCrafts Updater
  • Excellent hi-res PBR realistic materials, featuring true-to-life plate deformation and to-the-rivet precision
  • Fully modelled Lycoming O-320-E2D engine
  • Windshield ice and rain effects
  • Individual functional circuit breakers

Feature-rich elegant fly-out menu with the following features:

  • Electric tug, with in-panel controls to move forward/backward at the desired speed, and steer proportionally
  • Control over chocks, individual tie-downs, covers, internal lights, external lights, window reflections, instrument reflections, etc.
  • Option to start up running (all systems ready), or cold-and-dark, for realistic startup procedures, directly from this fly-out menu
  • Control landing lights, strobes, beacon, and nav lights via fly-out menu
  • Detailed weight and balance manager with visual chart, individual passenger seat weight control, Lbs/KG unit toggle, CG control, external tank control, and the option to save and load configuration
  • Multiple camera snap points, above and beyond what's available by default in X-Plane, so you can perform your walk around checks
  • Adjust your camera's Field of View without having to go to an X-plane menu, allowing for real-time adjustments
  • Audio mixer: individually control audio channels in real-time, so you can adjust volumes while hearing them play
  • Slew control: move your plane around the world, temporarily bypassing flight physics.  Includes ground mode and air mode
  • Dynamic panel control page, with a separate view for the entire panel layout preview, or a per-instrument view, allowing for fine-tuning of instrument position, as well as copy-paste function to quickly replace instruments
  • Option to equip instruments with light posts
  • Option to fit entire instrument panel with molded plastic cover with holes for the instruments
  • Option to swap pilot and co-pilot
  • Option to select different yoke styles
  • DynaFeel panel: Dial in precisely how you wish for the controls to react as a function of speed

Flight dynamics and systems:

  • Detailed and accurate flight dynamics and weight and balance with the help of multiple real-world active 172 pilots.  This not only gives this aircraft the proper "feel", but also accurate takeoff, climb, cruise, and landing performance
  • Tie-downs and chocks actually keep the plane from moving, even in high winds
  • DynaFeel: controls that simulate how strongly the control surfaces are affected by oncoming air, and how much strength would be needed to overcome these forces

Advanced FMOD-based sound system:

  • High fidelity, multi-track sounds with smooth, finely tuned transitions (actually having calculated the precise beat frequency for each section, to minimize "muddy" transition sounds), and amazing atmospheric effects
  • Individual volume control over different aspects of the sound experience, adjustable in real-time (while listening to the sounds)
  • Different sounds for front of plane than for back of plane
  • Panning around the plane in exterior view yields awesome 3D audio effects, including "blade slapping" sound when view is perpendicular to prop
  • Far away sounds include aerodynamic interaction effects between front and rear prop.  At a distance, you hear overtones caused by turbulent air feeding into the rear prop
  • Individual buttons and switches in the cockpit each have their own unique sound
  • Engine has typical cool-down ticking sound, based on engine temperature
  • Sounds actually give you clues as to what's happening under the hood
  • Outside wind intensity is affected by slip and AoA. (The more the surface area of the fuselage is hit by oncoming wind, the louder the sounds
  • Doors and windows opening
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