Monday, 28 November 2011 00:00

Welcome to the IXEG Blog

We are finally getting our own home. 
Still under construction, but we hope you will visit for updates on our project.

Initially the site will serve as a blog where we keep you up-to-date on the project.

As we go along it will grow with more features. Since the aircraft contains a lot of complex systems we are very proud of, we need a site where the developers can blog more in depth about each one.  As most of you already guessed, we are not cutting any corners and to make it all worth the effort, we want to tell you about them and all the other incredible stuff about the 737Classic.

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8 comments

  • Comment Link Thursday, 16 March 2017 15:41 posted by FelixB

    Thanks, I am stoked :)

  • Comment Link Sunday, 16 March 2014 18:10 posted by Krikor

    Can't wait! Please release this on the .org. For your next plane can you do an A300/A310 or 707 or 747-100/-200/-300? I LOVE IXEG I CANNOT WAITTTTTTT!

  • Comment Link Saturday, 15 March 2014 16:36 posted by Joan

    As a recent convert to X-Plane 10 I was disheartened to see how few quality aircraft there were available. That is until I stumbled across your website a few weeks ago. WOW is all I can say. Though I've never been a big fan of the 737, preferring the 727F instead, I can't wait to get my hands on this one. I have been flying the FlyJsim 727 and it's a nice aircraft but only 60% of it's systems are operationally modeled which really spoils the fun.
    Every time I fire up my computer the first thing I do is check your website. Is today release day I ask myself? Judging from your video(s) this project is releasable now. I can wait for a standby compass at a later date. Why not do it now and release upgrades to registered owners as you perfect them? That way we get a great new aircraft and you get thousands of beta testers for free. Sounds like a win/win situation to me.
    So whenever you release it I'll be waiting with cash in hand but please don't make me wait too long.
    And, maybe for your next project you might consider a 727 or a 707?

  • Comment Link Thursday, 08 December 2011 09:20 posted by flydav

    I know it's probably very early but I hope you guys will consider hardware compatibility with Saitek and Goflight, it would suck if I couldn't get to use the mcp pro.

    Keep up the great work, what I've seen so far is breath taking!!!

  • Comment Link Monday, 05 December 2011 16:41 posted by josh mc

    agreed with below, 1080p would be nice!

  • Comment Link Sunday, 04 December 2011 16:02 posted by John

    You are correct in that this would look better per given dpi, however, running the 720p video in a small window would only have the effect of outputting less details than if I ran the 720p in full window.

    Really, the only possible solution here is recording in 1080p. This would mean no tradeoffs in image quality (other than Youtube compressing videos aggressively...) and would therfore look so much better when presented on a 1080p monitor. See what you can do - if you think you could post videos at 1080p the panels would be so much clearer. In 720p you barely can distinguish individual labels or numbers.

  • Comment Link Sunday, 04 December 2011 15:07 posted by Jan

    Thanks for the comment - we will consider that... If it is an issue with your default screen resolution you could also try to run the movie in a window of the original (720p) size.

    Jan

  • Comment Link Sunday, 04 December 2011 11:24 posted by John

    Thanks guys for posting some more info but please you really should make your movies in 1080p. Showing off a panel and plane this detailed in 720p really looks blurry and unfinished on a 1080p monitor. The 737 classic you are making really deserves more than that! Thanks again, you guys really are making an airplane that rivals all custom aircraft made to this day for any flight sim in my opinion. I'll buy it on first day when it comes out!

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