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At the Movies - FSX at Brunswick Executive Airport (KBXM)

At the Movies - FSX at Brunswick Executive Airport (KBXM) (December 2012)

My first test video of the Microsoft Simulator X with my new video graphics card, an MSI R7850. The video was recorded using Microsoft's undocumented video recorder that is within FSX. The original file is huge, 2:25 results in an initial 22GB avi file at full 1080p resolution. Running that file through 4Videosoft's Video Converter Platinum results in a nice and small 146K video file, which is what you see here. Unfortunately, Microsoft didn't include audio recording in their recorder, so you will have to hum propeller sounds to yourself.

No audio, but I will overdub some music onto it at some point.

I used the stock ultra-light aircraft and a customized airport scene for KBXM, formerly known as Brunswick Naval Air Station. I do not have the info for the creator of this scenery, but I will look it up and post it later.

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A set of webpages that I have prepared about flight simulator programs. They range from Micropose's Strike Eagle II to Miscrosoft's Flight Simulator X (FSX). Also, I hope to include a fairly good profile of FSX links to scenery and aircraft development.

This webpage is a bunch of my best FSX videos. The system that I used for these videos is as follows: ASUS Maximus motherboard, Intel Core 2 6400 at 2.13 GHz, 2GB RAM, AMD Radeon HD 6850 GPU; Windows XP, SP3;

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