UltraMFCD for DCS. Click, drag, resize and enhance DCS avionics.
Zero configuration/modding required.
NEWSFLASH - Support for Su-25T, Su-27, Su-33, Mig29A/G/S & F-15C now included
Fully interactive displays
The ability to export MFCDs has been available in Digital Combat Simulator
for some time. UltraMFCD takes these to a new level by enabling the pilot to drag and resize the MFCD
exports (MFCD, CDU
, RWR) in real-time - allowing a layout of one's tactical systems which suits the circumstances - in addition to making the screens themselves clickable so as to reduce overall screen clutter. Never before has the interaction with your aricraft's computer systems been as immersive, intuitive and interactive.
Full Multiplayer support
UltraMFCD works in both single-player and multi-player, including servers where integrity check in enabled. (Note: Certain server admins may disallow the "Colour LITENING CCD" option.)
UltraMFCD requires absolutely no configuration or editing of DCS's configuration files. Simply run UltraMFCD and sit back while DCS is configured for display exports totally automatically. UltraMFCD will remember the configuration each MFD between flights, allowing the pilot to concentrate on flying as opposed to system configuration.
UltraMFCD's displays can be dragged freely to any display connected to your computer - even those on which DCS is not running. The rule is simple: If Windows is aware of the monitor, you can freely drag one or more UltraMFCD displays there.
To save valuable screen space, OSBs are integrated in to the display screen itself, granting the pilot as uninterrupted view as possible of the rest of the simulator's world.
UltraMFCD exports can be rendered up to 4K quality independently of screen size/resolution in DCS.
Optional colour LITENING sensor
Rafael Advanced Defence Systems - the manufacturer of the A-10C's LITENING pod - announced that they would offer a colour CCD sensor as a retrofit option for all LITENING pods by the end on 2014. With UltraMFCD you too can enjoy this upgrade.
Each MFCD has three size/position memories allowing the pilot to quickly switch between a large MFCD for target identification, a smaller configuration for a clearer view of the rest of the simulator and an unintrusive "minimised" mode. Change the size and layout of your aircraft's systems in real-time as opposed to being forced to arrive at a static compromise.