Straight OBS is fine. There is another level which is fun, and I think you could use.
At the end of this is a video I recently did that is cinematic in nature: All the cockpit shots are straight OBS as I am flying. I also run a program called Sky Dolly in the background. This program captures all information about the flight in progress to a CSV file. I can then reload the flight, change my camera angles, and record the footage. Jeff Favignano uses to splice into his videos.
You can capture B-roll style footage which is how Jeff uses it.
Oh, perfect! That sounds handy. I was just watching one of his flight videos and he had some neat external views after the cockpit view landing. That must be how he did it. I’ll definitely check this out, thanks. :)
I really hate the in game ATC. It is constantly trying to kill me. Having me take off with a significant tailwind rather than into the wind. Telling me to land at a runway where there’s a massive crosswind when there’s another runway that’s into the wind. It’s getting kind of annoying.
It is the one I use for every plane. I have the TCa Airbus throttle with addons I love.
Edit. For general ga flying the throttle in it is fine. It was with the airliners I needed a better throttle. The Airbus has specific positions you need to put the throttle in and it was hard on that Extreme.
@Zilla_Blitz, if you’re interested in a fuller setup, I have a full Thrustmaster T.16000 stick/throttle/pedals combo available, as well as an AIrbus stick/throttle/expansion setup. I upgraded to a ridiculous Winwing HOTAS setup, so both are just gathering dust in the garage now and I’d make a sweet deal for a Qt3 friend. :)
So far I am enjoying NeoFly. I made some bad choices with my initial attempt. Picked the DR400 as I hadn’t flown it before and it said it took four passengers, making it seem superior to the other choices. I started at my home airport KRNO. The DR400 seemed nice once I got it up at altitude, but even after a run up where I felt I had the mixture right the thing does not climb well and the wind just has it’s way with it. I’m probably doing it wrong, but instead I started a new career in the Savage Cub. While the wind still has its way with the Cub it just feels so much more powerful and able to climb in the mountain air.
There was a period of frustration when trying to start a career with the Savage Cub. It does not have a parking brake. NeoFly wants you to set the parking brakes to begin the mission and load cargo/passengers. After some searching I found there’s a little button hidden at the bottom of the flight screen in the NeoFly interface that let’s it ignore the parking brakes.