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[Flightsimguy] Product Review – Active Sky Cloud Art (FYC)

Today we’re taking a look at Active Sky Cloud Art (ASCA). A complementary product to Active Sky 2016, ASCA enhances the cloud textures and overall sim experience. It can run standalone, or in conjunction with your favorite weather add on. NOTE: This is NOT an Official FSElite Review.

However where ASCA really shines, is when you use it with Active Sky 2016. Which is what I’m doing in this video. See for yourself.

My setup is as follows:

Weather provided by: Active Sky Next 2016 & Active Sky Cloud Art: https://hifisimtech.com/
Screen Recorder: OBS Studio: https://obsproject.com/
Chaseplane: https://fsfxpackages.com/en/ChasePlane/

I don’t have a link for the Beech Duke unfortunately. The developer closed up shop, and this aircraft and its turbo prop twin are no longer being sold. A shame. This is the best twin piston aircraft available for FSX.

Hope you enjoy.

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Tags : Active Sky Clout ArtHiFi SimultionsRealAirUtilityWeather
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3 Comments

  1. Question to other users: If Ihave Rex installed is cloud art a reasonable investment? I am interested in the changes in cloud style. But is it a reasonable replacement for Rex? I am using as16 anyway.

  2. I have seen many videos and visually it is not worthy, Rex looks better (I have the enhanced edition), The only thing I would consider buying it is for the “dynamic textures” feature.

  3. Just because cloud textures are made to look pretty doesn’t make them realistic, have you ever REALLY looked up at the sky?

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