CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

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Martyson
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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby Martyson » Sat Feb 22, 2020 9:39 am

Yes it only has the oily pasty look at night Here is a better look at the issue https://i.imgur.com/utKvYed.jpg
Yes,
Go fly a default plane now, create the test setup (date time location altitude etc etc) and I will do the same.

Cockpit shot and outside shot.
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RONNYJ7
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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby RONNYJ7 » Sat Feb 22, 2020 10:57 am

I don't know how to show you properly if you cannot see them in the screenshot I've sent then idk how you'd see them otherwise is there anything else I can do besides sending screenshot after screenshot.?

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby RONNYJ7 » Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:05 am

https://imgur.com/rS45Id8 https://imgur.com/A7gclnU https://imgur.com/SA8pBAp These are the absolute best i can do just as you see the clouds and the sky is exactly how they look it is not natural

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby Martyson » Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:27 am

What I need is:
Go fly a default plane, create the test setup (date time location altitude etc etc) nighttime flight and I will do the same.

2 screenshots:

I need to see the default aircraft flying (close up, outside view) with the sky in the shot.
And one shot inside the VC cockpit.

I will fly the same default plane to test your situation.

I do not think P3D is the problem based on the previous screenshots (default setup).

BTW, have you seen any other pilots in any forums reporting the same problem?
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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby RONNYJ7 » Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:38 am

https://imgur.com/NoonVij https://imgur.com/729dfNF https://imgur.com/s7uBedg https://imgur.com/aJADxCR https://imgur.com/pBb8jjf Time is 00:43 AM date 5/30/2017 Altitude at time of screenshots 1329ft i paused the sim and no other pilots were reporting this issue

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby RONNYJ7 » Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:45 am


Martyson
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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby Martyson » Sat Feb 22, 2020 12:06 pm

I cannot see enough detail.
We will wait for other forum members to comment on your screenshots.
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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby RONNYJ7 » Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:49 pm

ok no problem thanks

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby ifixrjs » Sun Feb 23, 2020 6:59 am

The pictures of the crap clouds, are you taking pics with your phone or screen shots? If you're taking a pic with your phone and that's what your screen look like, then you have a display problem not a P3D problem. If that's a screen capture, from the computer, then it's a PC/Driver/God knows what problem.

Check your display settings from within windows, make sure color depth is as at least 16 or greater.

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby RONNYJ7 » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:01 am

I took those pics with Both my phone and screenshots directly from the PC. I was suspecting that it might have been a driver or display issue but i cannot pinpoint what the issue may be if maybe you can do a teamviewer session and maybe try to see what is the issue

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby ifixrjs » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:06 am

Just to clear things up, setup the sim so that it's in similar conditions to this pic you posted

https://imgur.com/rS45Id8

Then, reply with two screen shots, one from your phone, and another straight off a screen cap of the computer. Post them here and let's see if they look the same or different.

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby Martyson » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:23 am

Just to clear things up, setup the sim so that it's in similar conditions to this pic you posted

https://imgur.com/rS45Id8

Then, reply with two screen shots, one from your phone, and another straight off a screen cap of the computer. Post them here and let's see if they look the same or different.
Go to page 1 of these posts and look at the last screenshot on that page.
His aircraft is also mis-colored ... not just clouds.

Edit: have you looked at all screenshots on all pages?
Some of basic P3D views look ok.
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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby ifixrjs » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:27 am

To be honest a lot of the pics I see on my end are just black, night sky. The problem is, you might not be seeing them that way on your end because of your monitor. Do you have a monitor or TV you can hook up to? I'm thinking it's something to do with your monitor config or settings. Hook it to a TV and see what you get.

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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby Martyson » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:30 am

To be honest a lot of the pics I see on my end are just black, night sky. The problem is, you might not be seeing them that way on your end because of your monitor. Do you have a monitor or TV you can hook up to? I'm thinking it's something to do with your monitor config or settings. Hook it to a TV and see what you get.
Also note, he has Calibrated his large monitor.
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Re: CLOUDS Texutures Oily look

Postby RONNYJ7 » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:34 am

The best way to let me show you exactly how i am seeing them is if i send the pics to facebook or similar if you see it on a phone you can clearly see the issue


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