Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb – Aerofly FS Addon aircraft 10


Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb for aerofly FS

Description

The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force and many other Allied countries during and after the Second World War.

Aerofly FS aircraft made by:
Krzysztof Kaniewski

3D model designed by:
Anders Lejczak,
anders.lejczak (at) colacola.se
(c) colacola.se

Tested: Compatible with aerofly FS version 1.2

Requirements
The F4U Corsair Add-On is used to get the sound files. Without the F4U the Spitfire won’t have sound.

16.44 MB – downloaded 1416 times

Specials
There are two extra liveries in ‘livery1’ & ‘livery2’ folders. To use them change the line of main.mcf file from <[string8][model_0_paint][]> to <[string8][model_0_paint][livery1]> or <[string8][model_0_paint][livery2]>.

Press GliderEngine button to open canopy.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb for aerofly FS

Installation

To install the aircraft decompress the zip-achieve and move the folder “spit_vb”
into the user folder of the aerofly FS into the subdirectory “aircraft”.
The user folder is usually located in your own documents (“C:\Users\~\Documents\aerofly FS”) and
the aerofly Wiki provides further information about it:
aeroflyWiki/UserFolder

Example:
“C:\Users\~\Documents\aerofly FS\aircraft\spit_vb\spit_vb.tmd”

The aircraft uses sound files from default aircraft. And because the sounds of the default aerofly FS aircraft
are copyrighted they are not included in this download. They have to be copied over manually and here is the
description on how to do that.

The files of all default aircraft are located within the installation folder of the aerofly FS.
This is the folder where the aerofly main executable is located.
Follow the link to the aerofly Wiki to get further information about the installation folder:
aeroflyWiki/InstallationFolder

From “UserFolder\aircraft\f4u” copy all *.tsb files into the “spit_vb” folder.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb for aerofly FS
Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb for aerofly FS


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10 thoughts on “Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb – Aerofly FS Addon aircraft

  • PONZA Andre

    Dear sirs,

    First of all , congratulations on the excellent quality of this addon .
    The download went well and the application works correctly.
    Only problem: I can not put the sound.
    Thank you to tell me how to enable sound for this addon so it works properly for others aircrafts.
    Thank you in advance.
    Best regards
    André Ponza

    • Jet-Pack Post author

      The Spitfire uses the sound of the payware F4U Corsair add-on, because we cannot use our create our own sounds yet. I am afraid that without the corsair you won’t have any sounds for the Spitfire. Sorry!

      Regards,
      Jan

    • Jet-Pack Post author

      Unfortunately you need to have the corsair add-on for the sounds. If you have it you need to locate the folder f4u in your “aerofly FS user-folder”. That’s usually in your documents.

      • Stephen Nolan

        The Corsair is a paid for add-on. I have just bought it and copied it’s files over. works perfectly …except it’s not a merlin. !!
        Sounds strange. lol Should the cockpit be all blurry ? …I have no instruments in the spitfire.

        • Jet-Pack Post author

          Well that is the problem when we use other people’s 3D models.
          I’m sure Krzysztof looked for other free to use 3D models before he converted it to the aerofly format.

  • Hans Post

    Thanks a lot for this add-on Spitfire. It is a great model. I have only one question: will you be able to add the instruments? As it is now it is very sorry that those are missing.
    Thank you.

    • Jet-Pack Post author

      Hello Hans,
      I am afraid that I don’t have the time to do that myself, since I have a full-time job now. The 3D model wasn’t made by me, Krzysztof converted the model that Anders Lejczak made after he gave approval to do so.
      Also we don’t have the right developer tools available to us yet, to fully use the potential of the aerofly. For example, we can’t really control the transparency of the canopy glass for all viewing angles.
      Creating a good looking set of intruments takes a lot of time, each needle has to be animated to propperly fit the scale behind it. That would be a different story if we were to sell aircraft…
      Regards,
      Jan

  • Marc De Smet

    Tried to use it in aerofly RC7. There is no control for gear up/down and plan retracts gear before I can fly it.
    Too bad because it looks like a real great plane