Jump to content

Recommended Posts

I wanted to post a preview video for my mission i'm making "Haulin' Trash" but couldn't find an appropriate thread, I don't think it deserved it's own thread because it's just a preview.

 

So since this is our unsticky (for now) video thread I'll post what I came to post in the non-existent video thread. :D

 

So this is me testing out triggers for the new mission forgive the sloppy flying (and video, Vegas decided to chew on my video while rendering) was going for speed not grace, also to get a approximate time somebody could show up flying my mission while hitting the triggers at the first drop off point.

 

While there's a more detailed description on the video page of YouTube, i'll give you a quick rundown.

 

1-2 hour mission covering 60-80 miles, lots and lots of triggers. You will be you delivering supplies to bases and field units (which might not sound fun, it is, to me at least). I also threw a new dynamic at you, mission weather will be 100 degrees+ (38-43C) as well as real dynamic loading. When you drop something off it will effect the weight of your chopper, if you pick something up it will add to the weight. It will include being unloaded by real troops and not just land and have your stuff magically delivered. Also I read about a script that somebody else is working on that allows dynamic troop insertion and extraction, can be with any Huey not just scripted ones. he's releasing it to the public and when that happens my missions will include it.

 

In the video i'm pushing the Huey (in mission weather, at beginning mission weight) to the extreme limit of it's performance. If you'd like to try it out get 50% fuel and cargo weight of 500 kilograms plus 100-107 degree weather and fly around. With these kind of conditions your Huey is going to top out around 80-100 knots sustained if you use your energy efficiently.

 

The mission will be out tomorrow or the next day. enjoy.

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 287
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

A montage of last weeks mission night on 229th 1.5 server

% of saturation?

 

100% saturation, no curves, no dead zones. I use it fully linear, for me it's better because it affords me the full range of motion while not having to deal with a curve that sharply increases my control inputs near the edges of travel.

 

If you watch my video's you can see that it's possible to hover perfectly fine with this setup, it take time, hours of time. Just watch the official pick up videos, it really is that simple to use small adjustments and anticipate the helicopter. It's not something to explain it just takes practise.

 

I use the force trim quite a bit if you watch the control window and my cyclic.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi,

 

100% saturation, no curves, no dead zones. I use it fully linear, for me it's better because it affords me the full range of motion while not having to deal with a curve that sharply increases my control inputs near the edges of travel.

 

The same for me! I spent hours of finding the best curves, dead zones and saturations, but finally came to conclusion that no curves, dead zones and 100% saturation work best for me.

Check out my YouTube: xxJohnxx

 

Intel i7 6800k watercooled | ASUS Rampage V Edition 10 | 32 GB RAM | Asus GTX1080 watercooled

Link to post
Share on other sites

just posted a video in the tutorial section, shows that you don't need curves to hover. The hover is less stable than the videos because 1) I'm not a real Huey pilot 2) I used wind that you'd see during a mission (the official video's have no winds).

 

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
just posted a video in the tutorial section, shows that you don't need curves to hover. The hover is less stable than the videos because 1) I'm not a real Huey pilot 2) I used wind that you'd see during a mission (the official video's have no winds).

 

 

Thanks wess, I considered this Video as helpful because it helped me :)...that's why I decided to put this one in the Huey Tutorial Collection in the Wiki.

Specificly the Training Videos section / Hover Tutorial Videos

Nice Job :thumbup:

 

DCS-Tutorial-Collection

Specs:: ASrock Z370 extreme 4; Intel i5 8600K @3,6Ghz; 32GB DDR4 RAM; GTX 1080 @8GB; Corsair RMX Serie 750; 2x SSD 850 EVO 1x860 EVO 500GB 1x nvme M.2 970 EVO 1TB+ 3 TB HDD

Hardware: Oculus Rift S; HOTAS Warthog; Saitek Rudder Pedals

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 2 weeks later...

I was that A10 pilot! :P Emphasis on 'was'

 

was about 375 kts straight into the cockpit


Edited by bojangles_25

"We could come back with hydraulics shot out, half the tail shot off, piece of the wing shot off, we had two engines and could come home with one... She really was a piece of machinery that you could fly into hell and back... And she was designed around that gun from day 1"

Link to post
Share on other sites

Ok...Today I bought the module and I activated it with a quick mission... prior I just mapped my axes... So sitting there on Beslan I "said" to the copilot to start her up... and then... wth... let see what happens :D

 

this:

 

e8eSLMQaU38

[sIGPIC][/sIGPIC]

I5 4670k, 32GB, GTX 1070, Thrustmaster TFRP, G940 Throttle extremely modded with Bodnar 0836X and Bu0836A,

Warthog Joystick with F-18 grip, Oculus Rift S - Almost all is made from gifts from friends, the most expensive parts at least

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...