Bristol 170 Superfreighter

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by DaveB » 14 Sep 2009, 12:58

My hair and nails grew while it buffered but it was worth the wait ;)

Nice one Nigel :thumbsup:

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 14 Sep 2009, 13:58

Funny that Dave

I didn't get any delay on my clockwork Laptop but I do from some other sources *-)

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by speedbird591 » 14 Sep 2009, 21:41

The buffering was a bit too much for my setup. I saw the first few seconds which looks great! I'll try again or download it tomorrow.

UPDATE, TUES :) No buffering at all today :doh: Played right through without a break!

What a lovely piece of work, Garry. You must feel very proud of yourself. I think it's absolutely wonderful.

Nice video, too, Nigel (as per!) and some good picture angles. Not to mention the professional flying technique :agree:

I thoroughly enjoyed that and I'm very impressed.

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by nigelb » 15 Sep 2009, 09:38

Another great video, Nigel The First! The aircraft looks amazing also, Such detail! Grat job all!

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 15 Sep 2009, 10:05

Cheers guys

Ian.........I am rather pleased with it but I wish i cojuld get the last bits sourced and also be in a position to get it finished :worried:

I must say Nigel flies it better than I do :lol:

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Fodda » 15 Sep 2009, 10:53

Oh WOW! That looks so much better than I ever hoped to imagine! I'd ferry a few of those out of Filton for the VA. ;)

But errrr... They're FS9 aren't they? Is there going to be a VC?
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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 15 Sep 2009, 11:16

HI Fodda

It is FS9 but runs in FS.X

Sorry...no VC :worried:

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by forthbridge » 15 Sep 2009, 12:16

:-O :-O :-O

Blimey!!!

Stunning stuff Garry!!!!
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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by airboatr » 15 Sep 2009, 19:43

I think it's one of the all time best AC for fs9 from every thing I've seen here
the Bristol certainly will take some awards in the FS community
High Marks Mr. Russell, ;)

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you did a wonderful job and I liked the antiquing of the video.
nice flying

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 15 Sep 2009, 19:59

Cheers Joe

There was at one time compiling problems because it was too big but seems to be OK now :worried:

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