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I won't be doing anything now!
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I'd be interested...done a few before :biggrin:

FLYUK Virtual Airshow
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UA1InHRJ6wg[/youtube]

No music as I had to delete it, so no sound either just a Flanker Display
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIS2RLNCpd4[/youtube]

Although not the best, our FS9 Display team
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObHVXcC_7cE[/youtube]

One of our Team throwing a Chinook around
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOX6AekvMaY[/youtube]

And a little tribute
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=108zfx5a2Bk[/youtube]


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Awesome :smile: :smile: Which Flanker have you got? :smile:
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That was the BEAR Studios freeware SU-27 Flanker with a modified air file so I could get it to tail slide, I've since lost the file and cant quite get it the same :sad:
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I quite like formation flying but I don't think my PC would be fast enough to fly online with other aircraft.
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I'll stick to being a spectator, if I flew it would trash the show!
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I'd love to be involved in some way, shape or form - have tinkered with formation flying and love doing aerobatics and displays in just about anything!

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I would love to be involved too I have a few routines with the Sea Harrier FRS.1, Sea Vixen and the F-35B :smile:
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Would happily take part, got a nice Spitfire mk1 demo.
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Glad to see some interest in this I'll be able to post more information within the next day or so once im not at work!

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A Hawk Role Demo display would be alright but I will stick to a spectator!
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Would happily take part, got a nice Spitfire mk1 demo.
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I'd be happy to take part with a dutch F16 demo and/or RAF Typhoon demo

Or a Vulcan display :smile:

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Id give it ago got a few aircraft in mind Dornier Seastar Just flights P38 Lightning Wilco Airbus A32X Boeing 777-200. If there was a theme id choose onr as iv never done this sorta thing before but all depends on dates

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Working on a new video as we speak, will see an interesting formation mix from a company famous for its 4 engined bombers :biggrin:
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fs9demon wrote:Working on a new video as we speak, will see an interesting formation mix from a company famous for its 4 engined bombers :biggrin:

The US? :smile:
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Rule 27 wrote:Look forward to seeing a sole display aircraft perform a gippo break.


It's called the wings breaking off! :grin:

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TommyBoxall wrote:
fs9demon wrote:Working on a new video as we speak, will see an interesting formation mix from a company famous for its 4 engined bombers :biggrin:

The US? :smile:


Nope British, Iconic World War II and Cold War aircraft.....all 4 of them :biggrin:

p.s yes it is a pain holding formation with them too let alone fly the routine :lol:
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Rule 27 wrote:Look forward to seeing a sole display aircraft perform a gippo break.


Its Gypo break you're thinking of, the gippo break must whole new maneuver. Probably involves breaking the aircraft... :tongue:

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Dan213 wrote:Its Gypo break you're thinking of, the gippo break must whole new maneuver. Probably involves breaking the aircraft... :tongue:

I simply posted what Waddo55 was planning to do, and that was a "gippo break" :wink:

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fs9demon wrote:
TommyBoxall wrote:
fs9demon wrote:Working on a new video as we speak, will see an interesting formation mix from a company famous for its 4 engined bombers :biggrin:

The US? :smile:


Nope British, Iconic World War II and Cold War aircraft.....all 4 of them :biggrin:

p.s yes it is a pain holding formation with them too let alone fly the routine :lol:

Ooh, Avro? I thought it said country, not company... :wall:
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Aw man I'd love to do this but only got FS9, my lappy is far too slow for FSX but I think I might actually look into other things like this!

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Has anyone used FSRecorder?

I came to a conclusion (and a really really stupid one at that) that you could technically record individual displays offline, combine them together and have a full days airshow :lol: :lol:

I really shouldnt think too hard at times, but video making burns the brain at times :wall:
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fs9demon wrote:Has anyone used FSRecorder?

I came to a conclusion (and a really really stupid one at that) that you could technically record individual displays offline, combine them together and have a full days airshow :lol: :lol:

I really shouldnt think too hard at times, but video making burns the brain at times :wall:


Yes, I've mainly used it for recording static planes but some flying ones as well, It's good to record a display and watch it back and even play it as traffic so you can fly another plane with the one you recorded. It is very Frame sapping so you have to have quite a powerful system to fly with other planes that have been recorded, Hope this helps :smile:

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Yea I'm one of the lucky ones who can have quite a few aircraft on screen and still record video footage

Without flying them all myself and using the copy flights method I had 9 hawks, 2 vulcans and a Lancaster in a flypast :lol:
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