This powerful tool will enable you to record any flight... To review, analyze and understand what really happened!
ACMI is an acronym which stands for: Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation. It is a modern tool used for air combat training in simulations as well as in real life.
This is a system which enables you to follow - in real time - aircraft maneuvers during air combat engagements. This tool is very effective in helping you to understand your errors and rapidly improve your flight and combat skills.
NOTICE: Tacview will NEVER work with Lock-On: Modern Air Combat 1.0, this is a Lock-On limitation.
Before using Tacview, ensure that you own at least the following minimal configuration:
(Tacview can still work, but is not supported on lower PC configurations)
Launch Tacview then select [Record Flaming Cliffs/Black Shark Flights] command from the main toolbar to install the export script. You can then close Tacview and do a mission in your favorite flight simulator.
During each flight, Tacview logger take note of each unit position and each associated event. There is no noticeable frame-rate decrease during flight recording.
When the flight ends, exit Lock-On, launch Tacview, then open one of the flight records saved in \My Documents\Tacview\ folder. You will recognize your flight mission and all participating units. Some events are guessed by Tacview because Lock-On does not tell it everything... This can lead to some imprecision. This is normal and this does not alter the flight analysis experience.
NOTICE: In network games, the host must set [EnableExportScript=true] in [config.lua] in order to allow Tacview recording on clients computers.
Since most of the features are obvious, are a list of the most important controls:
Here a list of the main coming improvements. They are sorted in planned order. Since I'm developing Tacview during my spare time and when I'm inspired, I cannot give you any release dates.
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