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  1. Combining thousands of hours of development over the course of the TrueEarth Series, we reach our destination of Southern California and therefore completing the west coast USA. Our TrueEarth series represents innovative technology combined with relentless hard work to provide a truly realistic representation of the area. Combining satellite imagery, hand-crafted modelling and extensive research, TrueEarth Southern California gives you a unique experience from the comfort of your home. Pilots of all types love flying in the area thanks to the stunning landscapes, incredible waterfronts and the numerous harbours, beaches and docks that make up the coast of Southern California and the many urban environments. You won’t find a more comprehensive Californian flying experience anywhere! Enjoy our 20% special launch discount - Ends Oct 2, 1am UTC. Normally $54.95 AUD US$38.65 | €33,24 | £30.28 USD, EUR, GBP estimates only Also available now is the TrueEarth US Bundle https://orbxdirect.com/bundle/trueearth-us-bundle---prepar3d Save on all the TrueEarth US regions for P3D. Important information regarding compatibility with our payware airports in the Southern California region. We will be rolling out progressive updates to the following airports: L05 Kern Valley KSBA Santa Barbara L70 Agua Dulce KBUR Hollywood Burbank KAVX Catalina L35 Big Bear City KPSP Palm Springs KSAN San Diego The updates will be limited to merging of autogen on the respective photoreal boundaries as well as retaining any POIs shipped with the airports. There will remain mismatches of colours of the photoreal imagery due to different sources and that the airports were originally designed for the landclass regions.
  2. A smooth flight at 17,500 ft (and then lower later) from Oceano Co, CA (L52) to French Valley, CA (F70). This is one of the most stunning addons for XP11 to date - the Aerobask Legacy RG with user paint of reno racer N913MP. I effortlessly cruise around 250 knots while still being very fuel efficient. I depart L52 SE, towards Vandenberg AFB, then onto Gaviota VOR to the shoreline of Santa Barbara CA. I continue east towards Ventura, pass the Point Mugu NAS and then east towards Malibu and the Pacific Palisades. I fly by LAX, pass downtown LA, starting a slow descent beyond Santa Ana. Finally I'm passing Lake Elsinore, and flying overhead Murrieta where I cross midfield at F70, for a tight right downwind RWY 36. Untitled-1 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-2 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-4 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-5 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr The powerful GTN 750 by RXP Untitled-6 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-7 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Vandenburg off my right wingtip Untitled-9 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-10 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Nearing Santa Barbara and Pacific Ocean Untitled-12 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-13 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-16 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-18 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-19 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr City of Ventura Untitled-20 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-22 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Still using oxygen... Untitled-23 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Malibu CA Untitled-25 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-29 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-31 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Near Santa Ana (SNA) Untitled-33 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr A hazy Corona (the city!) in the distance Untitled-34 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-35 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-37 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Lake Elsinore Untitled-39 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr That's our destination off the nose Untitled-41 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-42 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-43 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-45 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Quite the undulation! Untitled-46 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Ready for the next adventure! Untitled-48 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr
  3. More pics than words in this hopefully brief mini review The Legacy is my all time favorite real aircraft (bias), and thus my favorite sim aircraft (bias). I first participated in the old Realair beta for v1 and v2 of the Legacy in FSX and later P3D (bias). I then participated in this Aerobask Legacy beta in XP11 (bias - so you see lots of bias in this review lol). Plane was released a few days ago avail at Org site. I know there's a few people hesitant to get it because of the glass cockpit...but the Avidyne is very well done, and the text is very legible and smooth. I use the Reality XP GTN 750 in mine, but the default is the Laminar GNS530 (still not a bad unit at all - can be updated via navigraph). The sounds are really cool - lots of little things here and there were coded, switches, canopy, levers, alarms, beeps, engine etc...headset mode too for people that need to communicate online with ATC. It isn't pressurized but there is oxygen available. The circuit breakers are fully functional. There's maybe 8 or 10 liveries (and I've seen some users create a few more). Speed wise and perf numbers... you can easily do 240 KTAS (four miles a minute) around 8000 ft burning 12-14 gph. Engine can still perform quite well at say 17,500 for an enjoyable VFR flight with O2. If that's too fast, just pull power back to 15" of manifold, drop the rpm to 2400, and lean the mixture for 20 deg lean of peak....you'll be in the 160-180 ktas range. Speedbrakes help you slow down (real life typical engine management is decrease throttle 2" in 2 minutes), so you'll need the brakes in flight. Sometimes I abuse the engine a little too much in the sim haha. Approach and landing: 140-180 kias 5 miles out, (flaps 10 acceptable at 170 kias), gear down maybe 1-2 miles out if the pattern, or drop them earlier, and you're doing about 125-135 kias. Short final 95-100, and let the speed bleed off to 85 for touchdown. If light, check AoA but keep touchdown above 75....she'll drop like a bonanza full of doctors beyond that! For this flight I'm leaving and arriving at San Luis Obispo KSBP, heading up the coastline towards MRY (about half way there) and turning east near Paso Robles, and back for a landing at SBP. During the flight I'm maneuvering initially at 3000 msl, then 9500, then 17,500 ft. Gorgeous scenery provided by Orbx TrueEarth SoCal and GPB500 "airport pack". Active Sky XP powering weather and again the lovely Reality XP GTN 750 for navigation (occasionally backed up by Mark I eyeball) Untitled-1 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-2 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-3 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-4 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-5 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-6 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-7 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-8 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-10 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-11 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-12 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-14 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr 320 kts gs! Untitled-15 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-16 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-19 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-20 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-21 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-23 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-25 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr
  4. Incredible, looking at the 15 & 138 interchange. Redlands and Riverside farthest away
  5. With skyline KLGB and Orbx Socal i get a error saying klgb not loading correctly and Signal hill is flat. anyone have an idea of a fix? otherwise airport and scenery look fine. Log.txt
  6. Hello, my sim friends. To begin, I have a relatively new Macbook Pro with Catalina OS. With that said, I was VERY excited to purchase and download the Orbx SoCal HD. However, when running X-Plane 11 after selecting the SoCal airport of my choice to begin, it crashes midway through the loading process. Next thing that appears is my computer desktop and asking if I want to relaunch X-Plane. This has been extremely frustrating as I've tried everything, including moving all of my custom scenery files to a backup folder and starting from scratch. Still, the same thing. I could really use some help. Thanks, everyone. -Paul
  7. I just purchased my first Orbx product. Installed So. California SD into my Orbx library and everything went smoothly. Only problem I have found, is that my (Shortfinal Design's KLAX HD) is showing up, but without the Orbx scenery all the way to San Diego. I attached this photo. Sorry, I am new to forums.
  8. Departing Palm Springs for Big Bear City (L35) Vertx DA62 Orbx SCA, PSP, L35 ASP4/ENVTEX Untitled-2 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr (Drone?) Untitled-3 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-4 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-5 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-6 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-7 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-8 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-9 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-10 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-11 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-14 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-16 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-18 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-20 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-21 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-22 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-23 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-24 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-26 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled-27 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr
  9. A really quick flight from Bakersfield to San Luis, CA in the always incredible Flysimware Lear 35. Superb paint by Scott Brunner. If you don't own this product yet, you should. PBR exterior, stunning interior and lovely hand flying plus F1 or RXP GTN/GNS options. The best payware bizjet for ESP sim to date. Also flown online at Pilot Edge so I didn't have the best angles to take... but enjoy nonetheless! Making the turn to the west out of BFL Untitled-1 by ryan b, on Flickr All PBRed up Untitled-2 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-3 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-5 by ryan b, on Flickr Going fast...time is money! Untitled-6 by ryan b, on Flickr Ooops a bit high, ATC possibly forgot about me! Untitled-10 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-11 by ryan b, on Flickr Turning back to the North towards SBP Untitled-17 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-18 by ryan b, on Flickr Oceano Co airport (L52) off my right wing Untitled-20 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-21 by ryan b, on Flickr A little high still on the base...no worries though....the checks won't complain as much as passengers! Untitled-23 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-24 by ryan b, on Flickr Droppin like a rock ha! Untitled-25 by ryan b, on Flickr All done for the day Untitled-27 by ryan b, on Flickr
  10. Was heading toward Vandenberg AFB, for reasons I won't bore you with, and spotted what looked like an attack of the "random office block syndrome" over towards the coastline. Went to take a look-see and found a bunch of rocket launch sites. Off to Google Earth and Wiki and found out about the missile test program at Vandenberg and the launch sites at Point Arguello. Wasn't aware of any of this so a big thank you to Orbx for going to the trouble to include this all in So-Cal. Not just fun - educational too!
  11. A few from a nice flight in some vintage metal. Liked to livery, too! Beautiful weather and beautiful terrain to fly over.
  12. I continue some short flights in SOCAL. I continue to prepare myself for real flights I plan to make in almost one month, departing from San Diego, as usual. I may flight a C172 or PA28 around California, Nevada or Arizona. Wherever the weather will be good. I flew there several times and Orbx addon's help me get trained in advanced, preparing flights, understanding the field or navigation environment. I have a list of field I never went to. Kern Valley (L05) is part of this. So let's prepare a small navigation from Bakersfield (KBFL). As usual I use a mobile app. to prepare and run the navigation (Foreflight on iPad). I connect my iPad to my Prepar3D to get train on the app as well as the flight navigation. Departing field : Bakersfield, Californie. Code : KBFL. Destination is Kern Valley, with its camp. Code : L05. The runway is for, for a north american runway : a little more than 1000 meters. I depart from the big valley and southbound to follow the Sierra Nevada and catch the Kern River until Isabella Lake. The field is at the north of the Lake, surrounded by mountains. Field altitude is 2'614 feet. Surrounding mountains are at almost 7'000 feet. Not much room for the pattern. During my preparation, I missed the Right Pattern clearly stated for the runway 17 Approaching on a left hand pattern, it doesn't look good. Hopefully we are in the sim. Let's take the Just Flight PA28. I love this used avionics and cockpit It's a short flight, less than 40 nm, so around 25 minutes. Screen shots is from Foreflight on iPad connected to Prepar3D. Traffic AI's (UTL) are displayed on the mobile app as regular traffic, as in real life with an ADSB receiver. Taxi at Bakersfield from Epic Jet Center FBO. Cool, it's runway 30 in use. Short taxi. It's the default scenery included in Orbx Socal. My traffic is geo-referenced on the airport diagram (costly feature in Foreflight, from $99/year to $100/year) I read pilot's comments from Foreflight on Kern Valley. I should have get focused on the RP17 written on the Sectional Kern Valley information. Plain simple. Again "RWY 17 : Trees. Rgt tfc." Take off runway 30R, right turn, northbound and climb as much as weather permit. I target 5'500 ft. It's the ceiling clouds as far as METAR's display. Let's have a look. Last look at Bakersfield Leaving the big valley and follow the Kern River. As expected, cloud base are right there. Thank you to Active Sky. Seems to be better on the lake The PA28, Isabella lake and Kern Valley field should be there. Overhead the field, look for the windsock. Pattern is empty, radio is silent on this field even if I can hear (default P3D ATC) other unicom traffic on other field on 122.8. Approaching the lake. Look at Foreflight Final 17. Too high ! But nice view ! At L05 Kern Valley ramp. Anoter GA aircraft is making touch&go's.
  13. Let's climb into A2A C172 Trainer for a flight to Vegas ! I choose to start from KVCV Victorville and prepare, during the 1 and something hour flight, to get into the Bravo airspace of Vegas. Time to work on the airport diagram of KLAS as well Victorville is a small fied up north Los Angeles and south of Mojave. In the desert. There are hugggggeeeeee runways. One is 15'000 feet long. It's also a famous airplanes graveyard. Victorville, as seen from top view of Prepar3D I check NOTAM's. Actually, Foreflight (the aviation mobile app) check Notam's for me directly from the airport diagram. Runway 17/35 is closed. With Foreflight pencil, I draw a redline. I set the route in the Flight1 GTN 650. Hum... Actually, I put a direct Later in Foreflight, I add DAGGET VOR on the route to avoid Edwards airspaces, often active/hot. It full of UAV and other strange planes there Up north the Area 51 rules the game. Altitude advisor of Foreflight suggests me an altitude Check the profile view to check my choosen altitude. It looks like OK Unfortunately, P3D ATC doesn't care of Notam's and gave me the 35 for takeoff I'm at the fuel station and draw in blue the taxi clairance. Takeoff runway 35 Look at the right side. Orbx SOCAL does a great job. I just regret the lack of 3D objects to fill this graveyard. Cool... Hum.. Cruise over the desert. Single engine operation Some obstacles on my way. Keep a eyes on ground highway to stay close to "human being" activities in case of forced landing. Oh no ! Green field in the middle of desert. Human activities... Approaching Las Vegas, descending into the Class B airspace ATC clairances gave me the left downwind 25 Entering left downwind, look at the left and cross the 19's runway that I use to have (in real life) when I come with Cessna 172. Left downwind 25 (or 26). The Las Vegas Strip in the background with the Stratosphere tower on far up right. This tower is a landmark for the base of runway's 19 Left base 25/26. Cleared number 2 behind Southwest on final. Caution wake turbulence. Thank you to Ultimate Traffic Live Final 25L. Take off are on the right. A liner has vaccated runway 25L and wait to cross 25R. It's my destiny as well Vaccated by the right and the wait to cross the 25R. The terminal is full of Ultimate Traffic Live traffics. Default Orbx SOCAL KLAS scenery. Can't wait for the Flytampa ! Waiting... And spotting traffics approaching runway 25 Hum... Still the same ATC issue. Someone will have to go around ! Spotting departure The green drawing of the ATC ground clairance I caught more or less the same last may in real, landing on the 26L and taxiing to the Atlantic FBO up north of the field ! Unfortunately, taxiways in P3D are not exactly similar to the real ground chart. Go FlyTampa ! Release KLAS scenery ! Traffic everywhere on ground. Las Vegas strip is in the background Atlantic FBO Ramp You can release the seatbelt and get out now
  14. Hi guys. I find myself here after purchasing NA SoCal back in July, and admittedly I did little research other than reviews, ofcourse pre purchase I didn't see a bad review, so I wen't ahead, and shelled out the 50 something dollars gladly thinking it was money well spent, as I mainly fly the region. I like to fly commercial heavies usually, PMDG 47/77.. I run pretty modest settings on my rig, and before hand never had any addon scenery with the exception of LatinVFR KSAN. Normally getting upwards of 40-50 frames with a PMDG product, depending on if I'm on approach, sitting at a gate or what have you. Upon installing SoCal, and running a few flight trying to see what I may need to do with settings, I was getting very stuttery frames, jumping between 15-20 (a very un smooth 20 when it would hit it). I tried turning off my vehicle traffic to 0 from 9%, turning my autogens down from normal to sparse. I tried turning my level of detail radius down from ultra to high, my scenery complexity down from dense to normal. Autogen draw distance down from very high to high.. Settings I already had pretty low; water detail set to low, reflections only set to user vehicle only, special effects both on medium dynamic 3D autogen vegetation was off, no HDR lighting, shadows medium, cloud draw at 60miles detailed clouds, volumetric fog. No other traffic besides cars (which I had turned off as mentioned). Display setting FXAA off,, 4xMSAA,, 2048X2048,, Aniso. 16x. Tried locking frames around 30, 25, 20, all with same result of a slide show upon approach, really badly approaching LA. I emailed ORBX with all kinds of info screen shots, video, and was told the product was working fine. OK fair enough,, so I gave up for months and wrote off the money as a loss... Got a tick to try to give it another go, started out with some more searching, and what do you know, the bad reviews, and people with same issues make an appearance. I read an older thread from 2015-2016 where people we're basically saying how you have to turn everything down as much as possible, not fly commercial addon type of aircraft ETC. & I'm thinking to myself, WHY, why should we have to basically turn everything down so much and tip toe the sim around a product that we paid good money for. Not be able to fly the aircraft of our choice ETC. without having to worry about a a choppy slide show. I didn't read anything about minimum or even recommended specs on the purchase page? Unless I'm just blind and missed it completely. So excuse my little rant, it's just a little frustrating to spend money on something I don't even use, when I hardly ever get to put money towards hobby as it is. This is my last ditch effort for some help, without having to turn everything down to the point of not even being able to fully enjoy the scenery as it should be. I'm even considering getting Global base, and adding on vectors, and OpenLc as I go (but I'm a bit scared). As I've read global seems to get much better performance, obviously I understand there will be some hit, but I don't think it should be so bad I can't even run it.
  15. .... errrr V tail lol!! Flying Santa Barbara SBA to Oceano County L52. Online at Pilot Edge Untitled-1 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-2 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-3 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-4 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-5 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-6 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-7 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-8 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-9 by ryan b, on Flickr Passing overhead Santa Maria SMX Untitled-10 by ryan b, on Flickr Traffic! Untitled-12 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-14 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-15 by ryan b, on Flickr Short strip is no match for the low approach speed of the Vision Jet Untitled-16 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-18 by ryan b, on Flickr Drone view! Untitled-19 by ryan b, on Flickr Clouds popped up.... see you next time! Untitled-25 by ryan b, on Flickr
  16. A nice day to fly! ASP4/ASCA/ENVTEX/ENVSHADE Just left Victorville, CA prm1 by ryan b, on Flickr prm2 by ryan b, on Flickr prm3 by ryan b, on Flickr prm4 by ryan b, on Flickr prm5 by ryan b, on Flickr prm7 by ryan b, on Flickr prm8 by ryan b, on Flickr prm9 by ryan b, on Flickr prm10 by ryan b, on Flickr prm11 by ryan b, on Flickr prm12 by ryan b, on Flickr prm13 by ryan b, on Flickr prm14 by ryan b, on Flickr prm15 by ryan b, on Flickr prm16 by ryan b, on Flickr prm17 by ryan b, on Flickr prm18 by ryan b, on Flickr prm19 by ryan b, on Flickr prm20 by ryan b, on Flickr
  17. So, got myself a new knee, and am now in that "can move around but not really get out" phase so time to fly! Found this nice freeware KC45 the other day, and thought I'd go for a trip around the bay, so out of Edwards AFB and off to Travis but taking the scenic route. Quite a few pix (sorry) and all 4k with all the sliders maxed, so if you've got a big screen they're worth seeing full size. Off we go - heading north and west approaching the coast as the sun goes down Santa Cruz ahead of us Monterey behind us That'll be the highway out of Santa Cruz up over the hills to the valley. I seem to remember driving that a couple of times and passing though some lovely little towns San Jose down there to the right Heading up towards 'Frisco Gonna swing out and turn round to head back in over the Golden Gate Looking back down to SF and Oakland The lights are coming on now Lining up for Travis and here we are Still one of my favourite areas, and so nice to be able to see it from the comfort of my desk.
  18. Still looking for ORBX designed expanded parking slots for KEDW - Edwards. The best place to check ride military airplanes. I've tried one or two after-market user made parking files, but they always create artifacts or other issues. Thank you.
  19. A sunken wheels Issue has been reported after installing LatinVFR's KSAN v2 over FTX SoCal. I recalled that 2 SCA files should be disabled for compatibility after installing FTX KSAN some time ago. From their P3Dv4 root folder these files are in ORBX\FTX_NA\FTX_NA_SCA05_scenery: ADE_FTX_SCA_KSAN.BGL ADE_FTX_SCA_KSAN_CVX.BGL I had renamed these files, as in ADE-FTX-SCA_KSAN.BGL.off -- so I've removed the ".off" and together with the recent KSAN v2 hotfix this corrected the sunken wheels issue.
  20. Finally, finally, finally picked up the A2A Cherokee, and she is a joy to fly! Just a quick jaunt from Agua Dulce to Burbank (Bob Hope).
  21. So please to fly with Orbx South California. These static waves look great on... screen shots. Plane is the Piper from Just Flight.
  22. The autogen view distance is really impressive with Prepar3D v4 despite Orbx SOCAL is still a fps-killer when settings are too high.
  23. Short SoCal FedEx hop from KPSP to KSNA in the ATR 72 -202F.
  24. Early AM flight over the Mohave Desert, Edwards Air Force Base [KEDW] in the distance
  25. Just before dark travels in the KSAN area
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