In a post on their forum, Ubaid – CEO of iniSimulations, the developer behind the A300-600R(F) for X-Plane, has revealed what we can expect in the next update, V1.1.
The A300-600R(F) was released in August of this year, since then, the developer has worked hard to respond to community feedback which has resulted in VR capability being added among other features. One piece of feedback that the team have taken on board comes with regards to performance.
The performance hit that some users have experienced comes from the way the aircraft uses the plugin that drives the simulation called SASL, and how it relates to your frames per second or performance within X-Plane. The plugin takes a particular amount of time to process all the code that runs the aircraft, the longer this takes the more of a performance hit you are likely to see within X-Plane. In a nutshell, the higher the rate of functions that the plugin runs, the lower frames you will see in X-Plane.