xVision released for free!

By: Peter Tram
July 24, 2018

Trifinov Yuri, one of the developers behind the original acclaimed shader tweaking tool "PTA" for P3D has released xVision after a short beta testing session. xVision, in similar respect to PTA, enables users to tweak X-Plane's rendering by manipuating shaders through a user interface, in addition to managing textures and resources directly on the tool.

To start off users into using it, the tool includes two pre-built "visual solutions" that are included in the tool distribution package:

The tool also provides full compatibility with xEnviro, Reshade, FlyWithLua and UltraWeather XP. xVision was revealed a few days ago with a preview video showcasing the capabilities and possibilities of what once can do with the tool:

 

Originally the tool is planned to be a payware release, but the plans were scrapped. It has been reported from the folks at FSElite that the developers has been informed of major code changes in the fourthcoming major update for X-Plane (v11.30), that would render the tool unusable. On the AVSIM forums, Yuri has expanded by saying that the shader code has significantly changed by 11.30, and so the team decied that it would be nice to offer it for free for version 11.21, and v11.25: LINK

Feature list:

Simple and User Friendly:

X-PLANE SHADERS TWEAKS

POST-PROCESSING EFFECTS. (WORKS WITH VR)

VISUAL RESOURCES AND SCRIPTS MANAGEMENT

Visit their website here: LINK

Download here: LINK

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