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If you bought the LLH6 scene or the LLH5 + LLH6 package after July 31, 2017, you can receive the LLH13 scene free of charge by mail or by using the contact form, indicating all the details of your purchase (email address , name, date and transaction number).
And, until November 15, 2017 for the P3D version or November 27, 2017 for the FSX version, if you already have the old version of the Méribel scene, (LLH6 or LLH5-LLH6), take advantage of a 50% discount on the purchase of LLH13.
System requirements :
P3d v4 or FSX SP2 (depending on the version chosen), CPU Intel i5 or equivalent, 8 Go RAM, Graphic card with 4 Go Ram
Download size : from 2.0 Gb, Installation size : from 2.3 Gb to 2.7 Gb
The LLH13 scene is compatible with Prepar3D version 4, as well as most additional meshes, ORBX FTX GLOBAL (BASE Pack, openLC Europe, Vector), France VFR Rhône-Alpes PHOTO HD
The relief of the altiport and the runway are fully modeled in 3d, with ground textures reaching resolution of 4cm per pixel.
The profile of the real runway is perfectly respected.
Specific texture sets for summer and winter (LLH-Options configuration utility provided).
For the winter season, the scene presents real layers of snow on the ground, on objects and buildings.
Such precision in the modeling of the ground allowed us to put up dozens of elements, especially the ski lifts of the station, and the biggest are animated !
The LLH13 Méribel scene blends perfectly with its neighbouring Courchevel (LLH5) located less than 5 km flying.
The Méribel altiport includes animated windsocks and flags, all sensitive to the direction and the strength of the wind.
Jeffrey Staehli's providential SODE module was used to integrate these animations.
SODE (SimObject Display Engine) must be downloaded, installed and configured for these animations to work
(a few moments are enough to perform these simple operations by following the LLH13 documentation).
This is why two versions of LLH13 has been finalized :one for P3d version 4 and one for FSX.
This technique requires even more detailed modeling for all 3d objects in the scene.
The resulting realism is impressive, the counterpart is the need of a recent simulator.
Initially planned to be multi-platform, the desired level of quality failed to compile this scene for FSX with a display speed and acceptable performance on our test machines.
The LLH13 - Altiport de Méribel scene uses a system of volumetric shadows, that means that the objects cast shadows not only on the ground but also on themselves and the surrounding objects.
MÉRIBEL, WITHIN THE FIELD OF THE "TROIS VALLÉES" IS ONE OF THE FIVE FRENCH ALTIPORTS HAVING A HARDENED SLOPED RUNWAY.
The Méribel altiport is located less than 5 km from the famous COURCHEVEL altiport.