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CoasterXtreme Trainee

I have been looking through screenshots and I have noticed some pictures of interiors of planes and some views from inside the plane near the wing. I know some downloadable planes have this option but is it possible to do this with the planes that are included with flight simulator because I think its really fun to like take off then watch a replay from the wing view and see how it looked from a passengers view. Is this possible in the planes included with flight simulator?
Thank You

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RadarMan Chief Captain

With the majority of those screenshots an add-on was used called Active Camera.
Some are just "wing views" (passenger views out window) downloaded from www.avsim.com and added the existing aircraft.

Try the demo of this.
http://www.anticyclone.be/active2004.htm

This is a free version of Active Camera made by someone else.
F1View utility.
http://www.flight1.com/view.asp?page=library

Let us know how you do.

Radar

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SoCalRick First Officer

CoasterXtreme wrote:

I have been looking through screenshots and I have noticed some pictures of interiors of planes and some views from inside the plane near the wing. I know some downloadable planes have this option but is it possible to do this with the planes that are included with flight simulator because I think its really fun to like take off then watch a replay from the wing view and see how it looked from a passengers view. Is this possible in the planes included with flight simulator?
Thank You

No, you'll need to have the appropriate aircraft as well as one of the programs RadarMan mentioned (also applicable is Igfly's "Walk & Follow"). If you want freeware solutions then go for MelJet's 777 http://www.meljet.com and RadarMan's suggestion of F1View http://atr.flight1.net/atr_downloads.asp. This combination will allow you to stroll through the passenger cabin and look out the window for a wing view.

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CoasterXtreme Trainee

Ok I tried the F1View on planes that I have downloaded and on planes that came with the game but once i zoom out of the cockpit there is no other parts of the plane rendered.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

It's free.
Active Camera gives you much more because you pay for it.
You can, as you see by their website, walk around the outside of the aircraft besides walking around the inside.

Radar

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SoCalRick First Officer

CoasterXtreme wrote:

Ok I tried the F1View on planes that I have downloaded and on planes that came with the game but once i zoom out of the cockpit there is no other parts of the plane rendered.

As I was saying in my previous post, you have to specifically download or purchase aircraft that have these details to begin with. If the design includes a virtual cabin, you can look out the window for the wingview. Other aircraft come with wing views but no virtual cabin. The default planes in FS9 have neither.

Here's a different view of another aircraft cabin (click to enlarge):

In other words, to see inside virtual cabins or look out the windows, you need not only the viewing utility, but also specifically designed aircraft.

--Rick

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tomthetank Chief Captain

CoasterXtreme wrote:

I have been looking through screenshots and I have noticed some pictures of interiors of planes and some views from inside the plane near the wing. I know some downloadable planes have this option but is it possible to do this with the planes that are included with flight simulator because I think its really fun to like take off then watch a replay from the wing view and see how it looked from a passengers view. Is this possible in the planes included with flight simulator?
Thank You

Have a read of these Arrow

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/2402/wingview-help/

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/1084/project-wing-view/

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/5179/how-to-install-wing-views/

Note all the alterations were done on freeware addon aircraft(it seems that the default aircraft do not have wings when viewed from inside Shocked )

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