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    Good to see your paticipation Froobie ! From me, Downtown Montreal a long time ago.

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    Nice job on your prairie route, oknotsen! I look forward to seeing a session or two, something I have yet to learn.

    Interesing screenshot, Pierre. I was in Montreal as a young boy long, long ago, but I remember nothing except that we were almost late getting to the airport from the train station. What a trip it was! Two or three days by train from Saskatoon and then eleven hours on the plane to Amsterdam. It was a four engine prop job and I remember seeing the flames coming out the exhausts as we flew through the night. Anyway, nice shot!

    Cheers, Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rail4Pete View Post
    Good to see your paticipation Froobie ! From me, Downtown Montreal a long time ago.
    Looks like it could be somewhere along Boul. Rene Levesque. Is it, and did they really run dirty old steam trains through the centre of the city?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinorius_Redundicus View Post
    Looks like it could be somewhere along Boul. Rene Levesque. Is it, and did they really run dirty old steam trains through the centre of the city?
    Hi Deane, as I can see you still remember those days you were living here ! Lets say my shot is 50% fiction so .....to answer your question , answer would be No. As you know, these were for tramway and we can still see those tracks today popping out of the street as they just covered them with asphalt completely when tramway were removed. Montreal's street condition have never been worst than now. They lost control and we got to pay high price for this ....fixing direction and suspension on our cars, potholes everywhere.....but garage do great business.
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    Oh well, nothing has changed then! Don't forget the salt damage and all those 4-way stop intersections in Outremont!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackyamstel View Post
    Nice job on your prairie route, oknotsen! I look forward to seeing a session or two, something I have yet to learn.
    Thanks. A first "WIP" of the route is now on the DLS. Getting the sessions to work so far has been a bit disappointing (read "takes a lot more work then I had hoped"). Or at least if feels a lot harder then my first larger route I created 10 sessions for. I didn't give myself much to work with .

    Anyway, some more shots:


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    I always like coming to this thread to get inspiration and ideas for my route. Everyone produces top notch screenshots. The Myra Canyon screenshots reminded me of many bike trips through the canyon. Never had a chance to ride a train through sadly.
    We're about to start a 4 month home reno here so there won't be much route progress for a while. Here's a couple of screenshots including some trestles.
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    MP 96.2 CPR Boundary Subdivision Westbound


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    I've been experimenting with lighting settings at different times of days so would appreciate any comments on these images as to which ones look better than others from your perspectives. Also I added a bit of sharpness with an image editor to a couple of these. I find that the screenshots are a bit blurry without it. Is there any way to improve the sharpness of the screenshots without resorting to adding it after the fact? I use Fraps to do the screen captures as the screenshot capture in TRS19 seems to produce more blur and darker images.

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    Your shots look fine to me. My somewhat current mid level video card gives me slightly blurry images if I push Trainz performance settings above normal. Could be you will see an improvement when the time comes to upgrade your computer or video card, but home renovations do come first. It’s why my computer is ten years old with no upgrade in sight. 😕

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    Post 4162, very nice shot Mr Bradley !
    Last edited by Rail4Pete; November 21st, 2019 at 11:19 PM.

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    Those screen shots of yours look good to me rjbradley. I'm always tinkering with environmental settings myself. Turning up post processing makes backgrounds more blurry but foreground stuff should be sharp. And good luck with the home reno. Sounds like a big job!

    Great shots again, Pierre!

    Cheers, Jack

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    Sabotage ! Someone cut telegraph wires

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    Casey,

    Looks like you're getting the most out of your 10 year old hardware. Always enjoy seeing your route progess.

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    Jack,

    I'm amazed how such small changes on those rotary dials makes so much of a difference in the scene. I really hope they move to digital number entry rather than those dials and would also like the ability to copy the settings from one route/session to another. I like the meandering river in your screenshot a few posts back.

    Pierre,

    I like the 50's look of your route. The bus reminded me of a Matchbox Greyhound bus I had as a child. Your video was amazing!

    Oknotsen,

    Good luck with the session creation. The whole process looks a bit intimidating to be honest.

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    Nice shots again, Pierre. You're really doing a fine job!

    There have been a lot of steam shots lately so here is one from me. Westbound at mile 76.
    Cheers, Jack

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