James Harker Posted July 5, 2019 Share Posted July 5, 2019 Hello, Currently in P3Dv4 I only use ASP4. This week various weather related addon products are on sale and I'm looking to improve my sim experience in this regard. I'm torn between buying either ASCA or REX Sky Force 3D. Has anyone got experience of trying both products independently with ASP4 and willing to share their experiences on what they feel is the better product to buy, either based on performance or more realistic visuals? The main consideration for Sky Force is that the cloud textures/structures look at first sight very impressive and more varied. ASCA on the other hand may integreate better with ASP4 and produce more dynamic changes on the fly as opposed to having to select a specific texture set? I have no experience with either product, so looking forward to your recommendations. I'm not considering buying both for different reasons at this stage (such as one for clouds and another for sky textures etc), I'm looking to get either one or the other to supplement ASP4 based on your experiences. Even if I end up buying Sky Force 3D, I will still be using ASP4 as my weather engine. I've noticed on some youtube videos that flying through some big-ish looking clouds with Sky Force, you seem to instantly come out the other side as if there is no actual bulk to the cloud when actually supposedly inside it, or sometimes those impressive clouds look more of a stuck on photo rather than feel part of the actual virtual sky. They may have only been rare unluckly instances I saw, so again I'm after user experiences on flying with either product in P3Dv4 to get the actual sense of feeling you guys get when using the product first hand. There are loads of threads scattered about the internet about these products, but they are either old posts (so comparison screenshots have long been removed) or they talk about them mainly in conjuction with other products such as Soft Clouds or others which I obviously will not be using in this instance. Thanks for your opinions! Quote Link to comment
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