Here it is
Definitely some great flying there.
But the music was overly dramatic and rather dark for my taste.
I feel it would benefit from a lighter music score.
Hearing the jets would have been a plus too.
Wish folks would let the aircraft "speak" more in videos.
Sugoi! I like the music too.
Nor law, nor duty bade me fight,
Nor public men, nor cheering crowds,
A lonely impulse of delight
Drove to this tumult in the clouds.
-- W. B. Yeats, "An Irish Airman Foresees His Death"
Thanks guys (i made this video...)!
If you wanna see more formation flying, here are other videos i did, I hope you'll like it:
Patrouille de France, Part 1:
Red Bull Air Race (Breitling Jet Team):
I found the music choice a refreshing change from the stereotyped "top Gun' type we see all too often, a little jet noise on the fly pasts would be good, but the flying skill demonstrated is superb.
Well Done !
I think it's a very well put together package. The flying is incredible, especially one pilot flying all positions, the cinematography is awe inspiring, and I like the music selection.
Very well done.
Quentin, you are one of the finest sim pilots I've ever had the pleasure of viewing.
Amazing video, that first one, quite impressive. Will check the others later. ~Outstanding~
Thanks for posting it, MirageIII
First let me say that I think Quentin has made a first class flight sim video. But I also think it's important to let folks know that with the new version of FSRecorder that's now available, making such formation flights is a lot easier than it ever was before. So my compliments to Quentin are not so much for his flying ability, but for his ability to master a new tool and get results that are first rate. It's like complimenting someone for making an image using Photoshop. If the artist has done their job right, you can't see the edges where the different parts are blended together. Regular folks unfamiliar with Photoshop just go wow. Other artists who know how Photoshop works just say - good job.
good job Quentin
I loved the video. At first I thought it was a real video of the actual performance. It was like watching a ballet. Very beautifully done.
I thought the music was fine for this particular video. Like Dain, I often wish they would just turn off the music and let me hear the sounds of the planes. One of the big draws to airshows is the NOISE. Why should a video be different?
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I don't even want to know how long it took to make this.
What formation method did you use? There's less movement than real life, so I'm almost doubting that this was made in recorder.
A absolutely brilliantly made video! However for me there would be one reason to dislike it. It makes me realise what a lousey pilot I actually am
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