Montreal Screenshots

george[flytampa]
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Montreal Screenshots

Post by george[flytampa] » Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:47 pm

Hey guys,

I'm happy to say Fly Montreal is now released.
Fly Montreal runs on three platforms. FSX, FS9 & P3D.

This is our first Canadian airport & maybe we can do more in the future..

Anyway, here's some screenshots & feature list. Videos are coming soon.
Hope you all enjoy it & thanks for the support over the last few years.

Fly Montreal Features
HD Ground & Terminal Textures - 2048 resolution
(Optional Low Resolution 1024 textures for older systems & saving memory)
Photo Scenery
Hand placed Autogen
Self Shadowing & Ambient Occlusion on most buildings
Pre-Rendered Terminal Night Lighting
Custom Reflection Maps (FSX Only)
Wet/Puddle Effects in rain & some even linger without rain (FSX Only)
Low Cloud/Mist Effects (FSX Only)
Floodlight Lamp Glows
Detailed Taxiway, Apron & Runway markings
3D Taxiway Signs & 3D Taxiway Lighting/Units
Seasonal Ground textures - Auto switching. No external app needed
Realistic Snow Textures.
3D Tunnels & Bridges
Volumetric Grass
AES - LITE
Animated Vehicles
Animated Windsock
Custom Runway, PAPI & Approach lighting
Visual Docking Guidance System
Static Hawker Jet, Bombardier CRJ & Bell Helicopter
Animated Flags (FSX Only)
Animated Birds (FSX Only)
Groundhog/Woodchuck
Optimized for excellent frame rates by Ex-Games Industry Artists



Videos. Thanks to Jon & Dexter.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_n0ErunBA4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJlVsA_RdHU

Rain Puddles Demo..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6A0BJo1LaY

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DannyITR
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by DannyITR » Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:54 pm

This is absolutely amazing. I'm buying it as soon as it comes out. Thank you for this.
mic_crj
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by mic_crj » Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:38 pm

AWSOME!!! remember those days on the ramp at YUL. Can't wait to push from gate 1 for a Rapidair flight from my home base! Hope it will be AESed.
mic_crj
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by mic_crj » Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:38 pm

AWSOME!!! remember those days on the ramp at YUL. Can't wait to push from gate 1 for a Rapidair flight from my home base! Hope it will be AESed.
Gkvarga
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by Gkvarga » Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:40 pm

You folks have outdone yourselves once again. Just an airport alone would have been enough, but to model a groundhog as well? Bravo.

Any thoughts on another potential Canadian airport? I know of another one, quite major actually, that is slightly south and west of CYUL. Oh I see that you have already identified that spot on your world map.

CYYZ in FlyTampa quality would be the cat's ass. Or woodchuck's ass in this case.

In anticipation of CYUL.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q6Ti9xCX_M
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jonwait
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by jonwait » Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:49 pm

Awsome work! congrats, the last picture makes me almost cry as i was standing on this parking lot watching airplanes lining up 06R almost a year ago after having spend a very bad day.
Would it be too soon to ask what would be the price of the scenery ?

Can't wait to fly there!
iFlysimX
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by iFlysimX » Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:59 pm

Just speechless!!!! WOW. Can't wait!!!
tors
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by tors » Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:09 pm

:shock: My credit card is ready. Proud fs2004 user.
Mark Richards
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by Mark Richards » Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:56 pm

Looks great. Will be a wonderful addition to my sim and will give some nice local Canadian flights. Looking forward to its release.

Please keep up your fantastic work!
sssummer
Posts: 46

Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by sssummer » Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:15 pm

Looks beautiful. Now for the million dollar question....Is it DX10 compatible?
Cyanide72
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by Cyanide72 » Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:16 pm

Looking forward to this release. I'm assuming AES won't be supported till Oliver updates it right?
keino333
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by keino333 » Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:05 pm

:shock: The money has already left my account.......Well I'll be Canadian.....
tupolev154
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by tupolev154 » Fri Jan 18, 2013 1:10 am

I dislike a lot how oliver handles his airport additions... should be possible to just download like a file or something for each airport instead of needing to wait for an update of the whole program...

Anyway... Thanks FlyTampa! And congratulations for the scenery! I'll be buying this one very soon :wink:

However, is the frames comparable to Dubai or better? It looks brilliant modelling and texturing.
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altstiff
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Re: Montreal Release (soon)

Post by altstiff » Fri Jan 18, 2013 1:44 am

tupolev154 wrote:I dislike a lot how oliver handles his airport additions... should be possible to just download like a file or something for each airport instead of needing to wait for an update of the whole program...

Anyway... Thanks FlyTampa! And congratulations for the scenery! I'll be buying this one very soon :wink:

However, is the frames comparable to Dubai or better? It looks brilliant modelling and texturing.
Haha, you make like robot on cow riding in 3/4 time with a banjo! :D
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