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MD-11 REX Essential Livery

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MD-11 REX Essential livery by Ebo on Flight Simulator 2004.

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Enjoy!! :)

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Stunning shots, Donald.

I didn't realise that it also works for FS2004.

Could you please so kind and send me the amended aircraft.cfg so that I can add it in the package when I upload these to Avsim. Thanks.

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Hell, I JUST realized this was FS9 :o DOUBLE-AWESOME :D

Thanks Tim!!

Am also impress, it looks very nice is an amazing change with REX :)

Stunning shots, Donald.

I didn't realise that it also works for FS2004.

Could you please so kind and send me the amended aircraft.cfg so that I can add it in the package when I upload these to Avsim. Thanks.

Thanks Ebo!!

I converted the DDS textures to fs9 32 bit, at this moment I am not at home within a few hours I will be uploading it I'll thansfer it to you! ;)

Great shots!

Thanks Clem!! :)

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Thanks Ebo!!

I converted the DDS textures to fs9 32 bit, at this moment I am not at home within a few hours I will be uploading it I'll thansfer it to you! ;)

Don't need to send me the files. Just tell me what you have done (BMP DTX5 or similar) and I will save the files from my original Photoshop files, as not to loose too much quality with the conversion process.

I hope it is clear?

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Thanks Ebo!!

I converted the DDS textures to fs9 32 bit, at this moment I am not at home within a few hours I will be uploading it I'll thansfer it to you! ;)

Don't need to send me the files. Just tell me what you have done (BMP DTX5 or similar) and I will save the files from my original Photoshop files, as not to loose too much quality with the conversion process.

I hope it is clear?

I use the ImageTool to converted the FS9 32BIT,

In Photoshop it was saved in Targa format (* .TGA), then convert it in FS9 32 BIT with ImageTool

Aircraft.cfg cofig

[fltsim.x] //replace with next number in sequence

title=PMDG MD-11 GE REX Essential PH-RES

sim=MD-11

model=GE

panel=

sound=GE

texture=ph-res

kb_checklists=

kb_reference=

atc_id_color=0xffffffff

atc_id=PH_RES

atc_airline=REX

atc_flight_number=11

atc_heavy=1

ui_manufacturer=McDonnell Douglas - PMDG

ui_type=MD-11 GE

ui_variation=REX Essential PH-RES

ui_typerole=MD-11

ui_createdby="PMDG"

description=McDonnell Douglas MD-11\nPrecision Manuals Development Group\nwww.precisionmanuals.com \nProduced under license from Boeing Management Company.\nBoeing MD-11, McDonnell Douglas MD-11, MD-11, McDonnell Douglas & Boeing are among the trademarks owned by Boeing.\n\nA special thanks to Tim Fuchs of REX Game Studios, for his valuable input in realising this repaint.\n\nRepaint Eberhard Haberkorn

visual_damage=0

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Thanks Donald. What compression do you use on the 32bit files? There are quite a few. Generally DTX 3 or 5 are used. Please advise.

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You are welcome!

No compression for higher quality, the maximum that I use is DXT3 but I like more uncompressed.

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DXT5 usually is faster.

I will read up what PMDG recommends.

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In the Free Stuff area or go to ebo.aussiex.org to see my other liveries too.

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Are the FS9 Files on Avsim ? I can't find them

I haven't made that one yet. Mught have to do that on one stage.

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