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[Unofficial Cinematic Trailer] PMDG - 747-400 V3 Queen of the Skies II

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    [Unofficial Cinematic Trailer] PMDG - 747-400 V3 Queen of the Skies II

    Got a bit bored during this current lockdown , so today I thought I would spend sometime making a Cinematic Trailer for one of my favourite aircraft in the simulator and in real life .
    Hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did making it.
    I would also like to say a big thank you to all the PMDG team, for such hard work recently on bringing this new 777 update out and releasing the highly anticipated 200ER.
    Once again, thank you..
    Kind Regards,
    Lucas.
    Lucas Jackson
    Proud Precision Manuals Development Group User

    #2
    Very relaxing to watch. Your score selection was just the right touch.
    Victor Green

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    #3
    Lovely vid, Lucas - reminds you how beautiful the 747 is, actually.
    Flight Sim Guides YouTube Channel

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    • Lucas Jackson
      Lucas Jackson commented
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      Yes Defiantly, Already missing the majority of 747-400's that are not flying anymore

    #4
    That is beautiful! 747 never gets boring to watch. Well done man
    Johnno Roskam
    Proud PMDG pilot
    KLM Ramp agent

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    #5
    Constructive critisizm. I liked your video, but I think there is room for improvement in the future. The story should have been developed more. Either have more variety on the landscape, or include takeoff and landing. Even though 747 is in focus, you must thing about the background also. Do that, with the same spirit as the current video, and it will be top notch. I am not bashing you, just giving some feedback to take your movies to the next level.
    Mikael Johansson

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    • Lucas Jackson
      Lucas Jackson commented
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      Thank you for your feedback it is always much appreciated

    #6
    I have taken into consideration some wonderful feedback that I have received and used that to improve my video above. Thank you for your kind messages
    Last edited by Lucas Jackson; 16Feb2021, 18:54.
    Lucas Jackson
    Proud Precision Manuals Development Group User

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    • hasse29
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      A huge improvement. In my opinion little too long up in the cloud. I would have make the last minute showing approach and landing, but you are getting there. The story was much better, and quality too.

    #7
    That was nicely done. It so sad to see such an iconic aircraft being retired, it literally changed the world. It's not very often you can make a statement like that and have it be true.
    Milton Kuser

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    #8
    Aaaah Hans Zimmer. My favorite composer. Great vid.
    Aleks Matrosov

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