If you wish to use Voice Control: A microphone. If you are only intending to use Button Control then no microphone is required. Please consult the Speech Recognition Setup page for more information. Windows 7 - 64 bits or Windows 8 - 64 bits. Notes: 1. A generic, no-name brand USB headset is usually sufficient.

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It features 3rd generation FS2Crew technology that adds a whole new layer of realism to your Level-D You will even interact with the Operations staff and Engineering. FS2Crew even includes an air rage and a bird strike scenario see the video. While FS2Crew is primarily an audio experience, some minor graphic enhancements to the have been added.

The FO will flip the card over as appropriate to indicate the cabin state. The only thing that FS2Crew does not model are a few security related things which we cannot model in the interests of aviation security. Of course, we recognize that most people do not have a week to read manuals, so a built in on-screen tutorial was added to help guide you along.

Users will mainly use joystick or keyboard buttons to interact with the crew. Furthermore, you can now use Saved Start up files, so if time is limited, you do not need to start right from the beginning.

This is a big time saver. To sum up, FS2Crew is very detailed product that adds a whole new layer of realism, depth and immersion to your Level-D


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This zip will substitute a blank STAR2. There are two hidden click spots on the oxygen test panel used to test the oxygen. Contains three formats for your convenience Release the parking brake and turn on the taxi light, then start the taxi to runway 15R. Thanks for clearing that up. Maybe I dont have this completely understood?


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You are on page 1of 21 Search inside document www. The tutorial does not cover every possible procedural nuance or variation modeled in the simulation; rather, it is designed just to get new users up and running as quickly as possible. Basically, all you do is click the Main Button to advance down a preset linear script. Secondary button to perform some minor actions, but most of the time you will be using the Main Button to advance through the simulation. Re-install SP1c or later. Always check the PMDG forum for the latest version! A link to it should be on your desktop.


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FS2Crew Flight1 ATR Edition For FS By Andrew Herd 29 April guess that - like so many things - PIC and the DreamFleet started the trend, but one of the penalties of airliner addons becoming more and more sophisticated has been the problem of getting your head around all the actions needed to control and navigate the plane. Once upon a time it was so simple; you just loaded the plane on the threshold, dropped some flap, released the brakes, pushed the throttles all the way forward and held some back pressure on the stick until the rumbling stopped. Sure, there were the delights of VOR navigation to face, but it was a level of complication most people could handle without their heads going pointy. As a result, many simmers turned to Voice Buddy , which lets you speak commands to the plane and for a long while this was just about the only way of flying the more complex sims and guaranteeing to stay out of the hands of the brain police and the straight waistcoat. Very fashionable sir, now just let us give you this nice injection and you can stop worrying about those frame rates. Another issue that cutting edge simmers began to identify was just as different airliners have different checklists, so do different airlines have different ways of modifying them, so a couple of years back we began to see debates in the forums centering around the fine detail of when engine starts and such like were done and it must have been around this period that the developers of FS2Crew had the germ of an idea. What would it be like if a simmer using one of the complex airliner sims mentioned above could have a virtual co-pilot that stayed with him all the way through the flight, carrying out all the actions that a real co-pilot would?

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