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Flight rebuilting

Post by flyer17 » Wed May 17, 2017 8:05 pm

hi guys

i'll make a serie of videos rebuilting air crashing and i will upload them here

if someone know some crashings please say below

on my side, i'm already making the "rodeos crashing"
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by DuckFeet97LOR » Wed May 17, 2017 8:10 pm

Ew personally i think recreating crashes on YSFlight as like most of people do at FS9 and FSX is not cool. In some events this may cause a heavy conflicts. And as well some disrespect for who've lost their lives.
But just what i think.

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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by KM6BZH » Wed May 17, 2017 10:21 pm

I agree with DuckFeet's opinion. Not much recreation can be done in YSFlight too, since you cant change the each engine's thrust.
But I think it'll be kind of cool to recreate emergency landing like "the miracle on the Hudson" , as long as no one died from it.

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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Patrick31337 » Wed May 17, 2017 11:10 pm

This seems like a very bad idea.

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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Granny Apple Smith » Wed May 17, 2017 11:15 pm

As long as youre respectful by not mentioning names and use factual narration all should be good IMO.
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"the miracle on the Hudson"
This is totally possible. Tinker with the ingame malfunction settings you can land gears up.

I remember someone awhile back who posted some screenies of a collapsed nose gear landing
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by VNAF ONE » Wed May 17, 2017 11:40 pm

Ya, I don't think this is going to go well...plus as said before, you really can't do much in YS.
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by flyer17 » Thu May 18, 2017 12:21 am

VNAF ONE wrote:
Wed May 17, 2017 11:40 pm
Ya, I don't think this is going to go well...plus as said before, you really can't do much in YS.
i have a lot of ways to troubleshoot this, just that i need a program to edit videos
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by u2fly » Thu May 18, 2017 1:07 am

flyer17 wrote:
Thu May 18, 2017 12:21 am
VNAF ONE wrote:
Wed May 17, 2017 11:40 pm
Ya, I don't think this is going to go well...plus as said before, you really can't do much in YS.
i have a lot of ways to troubleshoot this, just that i need a program to edit videos
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Zack » Thu May 18, 2017 1:31 am

Or... No.
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Kujo » Thu May 18, 2017 1:33 am

u2fly wrote:
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Also check this mission example
Could we just be safe and not take any action with this? :| My up most apologies, but I don't see anything that would come out as a positive reaction from any individual. Besides, recreating crashes and fatal incidents (which included people who died, to remind you) with airplanes is really insensitive and weird. Therefore, you can glance at the many other things that you can do that are fun (and don't revolve around such sensitive topics) that are worth your time. Sorry to sound harsh, but I think that this just isn't right.

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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by fikrikawakibi » Thu May 18, 2017 5:50 am

I saw a series called the Air Crash Investigation once, they reconstructing KLM and Pan Am...
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by VNAF ONE » Thu May 18, 2017 6:49 am

Most recreations of accidents and investigations are purely for educational purposes. They are meant to inform of the particular events and situations involved with historical incidents and the changes that have been made to prevent them. They are intended to inform people of mistakes, malfunctions, failures, etc. of people and technology in the past as not to repeat them.

What this seems more like is a mere amateur way to recreate the events as some form of entertainment. Simulators are meant to teach so if you are interested in using accidents to learn, it is best done on your own time. Sharing them perhaps is not the way to go and at the risk of disrespecting people who lost their lives, were affected by the tragedies, or who's nation holds such events in dark memory.

In short, your idea is not necessarily bad, there's just a few reasons you may not have considered that we are trying to bring to your attention.
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Greenhorn » Thu May 18, 2017 6:51 am

Just gonna put my two cents here...

Personally, while slightly insensitive, I don't have a real problem with recreations of accidents. I think they can be educational (if factually correct).

I actually quite like this one:
But I have to say I don't think you can accomplish anything with YSFlight to the extent of a more capable program. I also don't believe you can pull it off without extreme amounts of editing, and not to rain on your parade but you probably need a lot of skill and patience to get one of these done without seeming insensitive.

MSPaint and the F7/F8 view isn't going to cut it, I'd say we'd be better off not trying to pull this off, especially not with a sensitive subject matter like this.
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Richard Vo » Thu May 18, 2017 11:41 am

We can merge these with YSFlight documentaries made by KM6BZH :)

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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by fikrikawakibi » Thu May 18, 2017 3:49 pm

The air france one, i saw the footage once on youtube...
Greenhorn wrote:
Thu May 18, 2017 6:51 am
Just gonna put my two cents here...

Personally, while slightly insensitive, I don't have a real problem with recreations of accidents. I think they can be educational (if factually correct).

I actually quite like this one:
But I have to say I don't think you can accomplish anything with YSFlight to the extent of a more capable program. I also don't believe you can pull it off without extreme amounts of editing, and not to rain on your parade but you probably need a lot of skill and patience to get one of these done without seeming insensitive.

MSPaint and the F7/F8 view isn't going to cut it, I'd say we'd be better off not trying to pull this off, especially not with a sensitive subject matter like this.
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Kujo » Thu May 18, 2017 4:04 pm

Richard Vo wrote:
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We can merge these with YSFlight documentaries made by KM6BZH :)
You're not getting the point. This, along with the documentaries idea, seems to me like such a giant window of time that you could spend doing something else. If I come across as offensive and completely negative, I'll apologize again. But with the amount of popularity and word that's been passed around about YSFlight, you wouldn't get any view count more than 3,000 if it's on YouTube for more than three to four years.

As for the crash recreation, don't. Just don't. I find it rude and offensive that somebody would recreate fatal crashes with something similar to that of the YSFlight platform because:
1. It's impossible to go into detail of what happened while you watch the video
2. Nobody can look serious showing graphics like these, with a topic like that
3. Leave it up to the big guys to recreate them for educational purposes. This isn't educational if it's in YS, it would be for entertainment, which is wrong.

Flyer, I hope you take everybody else's advice into consideration because I find it hard that it would shape the community in a positive way if you continue with this idea. Remember, there are other things that you can do here that are worth your time. Just throwing it out there :?
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Richard Vo » Thu May 18, 2017 6:23 pm

Kujo wrote:
Thu May 18, 2017 4:04 pm
You're not getting the point. This, along with the documentaries idea, seems to me like such a giant window of time that you could spend doing something else. If I come across as offensive and completely negative, I'll apologize again. But with the amount of popularity and word that's been passed around about YSFlight, you wouldn't get any view count more than 3,000 if it's on YouTube for more than three to four years.

As for the crash recreation, don't. Just don't. I find it rude and offensive that somebody would recreate fatal crashes with something similar to that of the YSFlight platform because:
1. It's impossible to go into detail of what happened while you watch the video
2. Nobody can look serious showing graphics like these, with a topic like that
3. Leave it up to the big guys to recreate them for educational purposes. This isn't educational if it's in YS, it would be for entertainment, which is wrong.

Flyer, I hope you take everybody else's advice into consideration because I find it hard that it would shape the community in a positive way if you continue with this idea. Remember, there are other things that you can do here that are worth your time. Just throwing it out there
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Re: Flight rebuilting

Post by Patrick31337 » Thu May 18, 2017 10:12 pm

I'm locking this topic because, at this point, I think it is clear that such a video would not be well-accepted by a significant part of the community. I'm not saying you can't (or even shouldn't) make the video, I just don't see the need to continue talking about it at this time.

As always, the locking could be overturned on appeal. ;)

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