John Dowson has released on Simmarket the latest version of FSUIPC, that is now compatible with both Prepar3D V4 and V5.
FSUIPC (Flight Simulator Universal Inter-Process Communication) has been around for more than two decades in the world of Flight Simulator for Windows, created by Pete Dowson, and now taken over by his son John. It provides an easier interface to interact with the deeper inner data of the Flight Simulator and Prepar3D engine. It is extremely popular as it enables simmers to configure and calibrate their hardware in a much more advanced way than the default simulator settings. By reading deeper needed data, FSUIPC (in its basic unregistered version) is also required by many add-ons to work properly.
FSUIPC6 also incorporates WideFS7, which allows running external programs to FS from a remote computer. The use of WideFS requires a separate key purchase.
- Easier and more accurate joystick calibration
- Direct axis assignements
- Fine tuning of multi engined aircraft throttle
- Joystick button programming
- Compatibility with Project Magenta controls
- Detent setting for flaps and spoilers
- Specific aircraft profiles
FSUIPC6 can also be used as a free version, which does not give access to the specific fine calibration functions.
FSUIPC6 is available from Simmarket for €29.99. An upgrade fee for owners of FSUIPC V5 is available if it was bought through Simmarket. The upgrade fee is €9.99.