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Hello there friends and followers and welcome to. This overview of excellent 11.3 beta 4 in this video we are going to be taking a look at the new changes that laminar research has introduced in this version of explain the first thing we're going to be taking a look. At in this video is the new particle system as you can see here the very first effect that we can see is the engine heat emanating from the exhaust and it really is far more realistic than than the previous versions as you can see this area if you can focus your attention here in this area and as we. Pan through the camera here you'll be able to see this more prominently here as you can see now this is far more realistic now of course you can't expect to see this in all the aircraft in explain this is the default 737 so it is available though. For developers to do the same thing with their aircraft the second thing I want to show you is watch what happens when we put the engine. Thrust on maximum. Power and what happens it just point your attention to the back area here and the. Engines alright here we go full. Throttle look at that really really nice that's the engine condensation and this is the effect of the thrust on the. Wet runway behind the aircraft very very nice indeed and again this is part of x-plane 11.3 and of course developers it will be up to developers to incorporate incorporate those functions into their aircraft. There we go let's put the thrust back on idle alright the next thing I want to show you is this is a wet runway and it's currently raining here so. I'm not sure if we I think we need to change the time here a bit so that you can see this effect let me go in well the abundantly right heater Bravo okay so the next thing I want to show. You is let's release the parking brake and give it some power here all right you can see now the effect here the water from the. Tires here now this. Is again something new and it's done quite well and this version of explain I really like that you can see here now looks very very convincing and very realistic and it actually blows in the direction of the wind as you can. See it's kind of tilting to the right there really nice effect very well done all right we're. Ready to go runway one-five so I'm going to release. The parking brake and we'll give it full power try to keep the aircraft on the centerline right you can see now the winged condensation as we lift off another thing that you'll notice in the new version of explain is the contrails as we. Move here and look at that again very well done by laminar and of. Course all these features are now available for developers I've seen some. Of the aircraft being updated to take advantage of the new features in explain but this looks really really nice another visual improvement in this version of explain is the explain clouds and let's take a. Look here at the. Explain clouds from a distance there you go as you can see this is default explained clouds and by the way I have removed everything from custom auto gen-x vision this is explained default. The only thing that is not default are the sky colors as you can see here really nice clouds different variations it looks for it makes for a very convincing scene here we are by the way at Stewart Airport in British Columbia the only. Thing is the sky colors the sky colors ivory tained from the X vision immersive preset but everything else is pretty much explained default in terms of the shaders the auto gen and we'll take a look at the auto gem but as you can see the explained clouds are very very nice and. This is stock clouds again this is all explained default. Another improvement individuals Department and this version of. Explain is the introduction of an enhanced custom auto Jan feature as you can see the trees and the vegetation in general the dispersements of the trees the textures have been improved far better trees far better variety and displacement another thing you'll notice in. This version is the introduction of neighborhoods here. As you can see the this is by the way Fresno. California you can see now the concept of neighborhoods this is a you know the grid system the famous grid system in the US you can see that it is better depicted now in in this version of explain now I've disabled or removed actually all my custom outage and all the enhancement to the vegetation textures so that you can. Get an appreciation for what explain looks like out of the box 11 our research has brought some improvements to their 80 see system it is good to know. That you know 11-hour. Research hasn't completely forgotten about their atc system they are making baby steps into improving it but it is far from being a robust ATC system it still suffers a lot from you know usability and and accuracy as well but I'm going. To show you what are the new features. That they've introduced and it's far better than what it used to be but it's to me it's still an incomplete system so we are going to we need to turn on the so the first one here gonna file for a flight plan now the nice thing. Is you are able in this. Version of explain you're able to include an aircraft identification so we're just gonna leave this as communion pronto. Seven three eight we can select them any faster so this is a Boeing there we go Boeing aircraft model whereas 737-800 airline it's Alaska that's the. Livery I have Alaska Airlines flight number is again that's nice because we never used to be able to do this so six four five six we are going to be departing much ACOG O'Hare International and we're just. Gonna put Washington Dulles International thing we're. Gonna do is you're gonna select no se auto-tune. Recommended frequencies alright so as you can see the the sands have been improved let's go ahead and read back the transmission Chicago. O'Hare International alchemy tour two nine eight seven Alaska six five six okay so I have to I have to admit that this is. Way way better than what it used to be let's go ahead and okay so the squawk code again is the same so this hasn't doesn't change it's always four seven zero zero alright so we get an idea of what has changed i I'm not we're not gonna be. Doing a flaw here I'll probably save this to another video and if. You guys are interested I will definitely make a video using the x-plane 11 ATC. We'll do a full flight you guys let me know if that's something that you're interested in but again I do appreciate all the changes that they've done in this version one of the major improvements in this version of excellent 11 is the introduction of response curves which apply to your joystick axis now this is. Significant improvement from previous versions as it allows you granular control. Over each axis and this will eliminate a lot of the problems. That we used to have with you know their variety of hardware equipment that we use. I'm not going to be going into detail into. Into this and how it's used and what effect that does have but suffice it to say that this will give us fine control over our hardware if you guys are interested in a detailed video please do let me know and I will make one in the near future well folks this brings. Us to the conclusion of our video today I hope that this was an insightful and useful overview of explain 11.3. If you have any questions please do post them in. The comment section below until next time please take care of yourselves and each other and I will see you all very soon thanks for. Watching and bye bye for.

 


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