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 LOD levels 1 to 4 with Distance settings LOD levels 1 to 4 with Distance settings
  
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 You also need a "​shadow model" which is a flat model of the aircrafts shape as seen from above used to create the shadow of the aircraft on the ground. This LOD is assigned to the REPAIRED Parent - in the example below to Parent #2136. You also need a "​shadow model" which is a flat model of the aircrafts shape as seen from above used to create the shadow of the aircraft on the ground. This LOD is assigned to the REPAIRED Parent - in the example below to Parent #2136.
  
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 CT entry with its associated Parents CT entry with its associated Parents
  
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 Each object (entry) has a unique CT number which is basically a master index into the objects database. If you wanted to create 2 copies of the Cheetah D, you could have them share the same Parent ID which means they will use the same LOD files, but the CT numbers would be different. Each object (entry) has a unique CT number which is basically a master index into the objects database. If you wanted to create 2 copies of the Cheetah D, you could have them share the same Parent ID which means they will use the same LOD files, but the CT numbers would be different.
  
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 But wait there is more... But wait there is more...
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 That in essence concludes the 3D modeling requirements for each object added to the simulation engine. Remember the list is not restricted to aircraft alone, but covers all ground features and vehicles, like buildings, trees, SAM launchers, runways, taxi signs etc. That in essence concludes the 3D modeling requirements for each object added to the simulation engine. Remember the list is not restricted to aircraft alone, but covers all ground features and vehicles, like buildings, trees, SAM launchers, runways, taxi signs etc.
  
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