0x0(r15) is a new feature in X-Plane 8.0 that allows you to adjust the speed of the camera manually. In the past, this was only available for the Mac version.
There is nothing wrong with the Mac, it comes with a built-in camera that can be set to use 0x0. The problem is that it’s not always reliable, and most people don’t know how to do it.
The truth is that most people don’t know how to adjust the camera’s speed, so you need to ask them. Which is why I’m writing this post to tell you how you can do it.
This is the first of several posts about the new 0x0 feature in X-Plane 8.0. So what is 0x0? An acronym that stands for 0x0(r15) and in X-Plane 8.0 it is the setting in the “Customization” tab in the main menu that allows you to adjust the speed of the camera.
Of course, once you get the new camera speed up it will look a lot better, but in reality it is just as easy to get to the new speed. You can manually adjust the camera speed in the Customization tab, so you can just press the “m” key and choose your new setting. This means that all you have to do is hit the key, press the “m”, and then adjust the speed manually in the main menu.
Yeah, so now that you know how to set the camera speed, does that mean you are going to stop using the new camera and use the old one? I guess so, but I’ll have to wait and see how this plays out.
No, you’re just going to switch your camera. What you’re going to be doing is using the old camera now and then switching back to the new camera when you’re finished shooting. So just hit the camera button while shooting, then hit the m key when you’re done shooting, and then watch the new camera slow down to match the speed of the old one.
I’m a big fan of using the old camera and then switching back to the new camera when I’m done shooting. The old camera is still a faster camera because it can always keep up with the speed of the new camera.
I think it’s more of a gimmick than anything else. The camera doesn’t always work the way it should and in some cases the camera will switch to the old camera mode if it hits the wrong button. There are some other camera options that aren’t as reliable like the built in mic and IR sensors etc.
Yeah, I actually wrote a blog post about this a while back and it’s still the best explanation of how the camera works. But the reason this is the best explanation might be because it’s the most likely explanation for why the camera works that way.