I just opened up TANE in Sessions mode for the first time to take a test drive. I chose Avery-Drexel as I have the deluxe version.
I noticed this mesh-like fly-screen structure where shadows should be under native TANE objects as vehicles built-in too! In fact there is a lot of fly screen image effect (black dots in a grid-like pattern) there on various objects like grass and trees.
The animation of the train itself is quite smooth with little noticeable strobe-light
Updated Today at 04:03 AM by JonMyrlennBailey
Originally Posted by JonMyrlennBailey
Is is very interesting to sit in front of the CM and browse through the whole sea of assets and note the author's handle and the asset's name. Some of it even seems humorous...
Here are a few examples of content names:
-John Deere Traktor (spelled with a K)
-Semi-Truck w Refridgerated Trailer (note the D in "refrigerated", would be easier to spell REEFER)
-Soil Cracked 1 (what the devil does CRACKED mean?)
-Soil Cracked 2
- Stacja transformatorowa
If you haven't heard I am making a large logging railroad in narrow gauge. It will have tracks that are not ment for rod locomotives. (Unless it's a rugged 2-6-6-2 logging locomotive). It will have a bridge over a small valley and a rail line next to a Cliff! This rail line will be complete in a while, but it will be worth the wait. The first photos of the project will be posted on Trainz gallery soon today.
Is there any way at all of taking one of the sessions which came with the TANE download and making a modify-able copy of my own, to work with and do what I want? One could do that under the old Trainz system.