First download and install FWTools, an open-source GIS tool made by Frank Warmerdam.Using the USGS National Map (recommended for geospatial data within the US), requires downloading the following items.The above scripts require the use of GDAL (Note: the correct installer will be the gdal-[version]-core.msi).
Please be aware that some third party developers might have to update their add-ons to be compatible with the hotfix.
Please contact the third party developers directly for any compatibility questions. Prepar3D v4.5 continues to build upon the solid foundation and advancements made to the platform by bringing new features, improvements, and fixes across the board.
Each fix listed below is categorized per installer.
Please note, you must first have Prepar3D v4 installed to utilize any of the standalone installers (Client, Content, and Scenery).
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The Prepar3D Software Development Kit (SDK) has numerous functionalities enabling users to customize their Prepar3D experience.
However, it may be desired to use satellite imagery in specific scenarios.
To address this, not only does Prepar3D have 40 (and counting) high-detail cities around the world, but also has SDK tools letting users choose which areas they want to replace with custom imagery.
Using geospatial data from other sources may also require these items as they’re used for various file conversions.