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FlightFactor Previews 787 Pro Animations

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Some brand new previews for the 787 Pro from FlightFactor has been shared via the developer’s Twitter account. The short video highlights some of the cockpit interaction and animation elements present in the 787 Pro. Things are still very much a work in progress from the development team.

In the video, we see various animations used including down at the radio stack and on the MCP. The overhead panel was also shown off with animations for various dials and switches such as the engine starter and emergency lights.

FlightFactor has been generous with previews since the announcement of the aircraft for X-Plane 11. We’ve seen development primarily from the cockpit with some of the latest previews showing off cockpit textures. We’ll keep you informed of any further updates.

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Imaginesim Preview Animation Pack for Singapore (WSSS)

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MilViz Previews ATR72-600 Cockpit Animations

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Following their single cockpit render preview, over on their Facebook page, MilViz has released a short video previewing all of the moving cockpit parts in their upcoming ATR72-600. In the short video straight from 3DS Max, MilViz is showing off the seven-hundred and twenty-five different animations within the cockpit of their in-development ATR72-600 for Prepar3D and X-Plane. Let us know what you
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