Category: Screenshots and Video

X-Plane 11.10 Includes G1000 GPS

X-Plane 11.10 G1000 closeup

As part of the free update, X-Plane 11.10 will include a highly functional G1000. This GPS was designed and programmed by a certified flight instructor to include all the key features and pages needed in training. And it comes equipped in a new version of the Cessna 172 by default, as well as the Cirrus SF-50. […]

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Landmarks in X-Plane 11: London

X-Plane 11.10 Landmarks - London

Laminar Research is working to fill the X-Plane world with the global landmarks you know and love. X-Plane 11.10 will feature new custom objects for many iconic buildings in London, England. As a passenger or a pilot, watch for sights such as the Eye, the Gherkin, Tower Bridge, and Westminster Palace. Screenshots

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Laminar Research’s Videos from FlightSimCon

Laminar Research attended FlightSimCon 2017 in Connecticut on June 10-11. Here are videos from Saturday’s full presentation on X-Plane 11 and the roadmap for the upcoming years, including the full VR demo Chris Serio presented. Developers from X-Plane were also part of a panel that fielded audience questions on the status and future of flight simulation. A lot […]

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Tutorial: Saving and Loading Flights in X-Plane 11

In X-Plane 11 you can save and share your flight in a few different ways: screenshots, movies, situation files, and replay files. Replay and situation files can only be used in X-Plane, but movies and screenshots can be shared however you’d like. By default, X-Plane saves all these files in the Output folder. Situations and […]

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Coming to X-Plane 10.10: A new oil platform from Khamsin

The next major update to X-Plane 10 will include a new oil platform, created by Khamsin Studios (developers of X-Plane 10’s fantastic default aircraft carrier). For a sneak peek, check out the photos and video below, or see Khamsin’s blog posts about it.

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Microsoft Flight vs. MSFX vs. X-Plane 10 Comparison Video

Want to compare X-Plane 10 to the competition? The YouTube video below shows a flight over Hawaii in Microsoft Flight, followed by Microsoft Flight Simulator X, followed by X-Plane 10. All three simulators are using comparable graphics settings, with no add-ons. [youtube width=”600″ height=”335″][/youtube]

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I Broke the 747

A quick video I took while integrating some of the X-Plane 10 art assets.  Most of what is shown here is still being worked on, but you can start to see the elements come together. [youtube][/youtube]

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