Run setup, install the scenery in a folder of your choice (usually this is in your FSX or P3D Installation Directory\Addon Scenery folder, but it can be anywhere) and add to FSX or Prepar3D scenery library.

   How to add scenery in Flight Simulator X:

  1. Start FSX, go to the “Settings” Menu and click in “Scenery Library”.
  2. Click “Add Area”, browse to the folder you want to add and hit “OK” (it will open selected Addon Scenery so you can now see it’s subfolders, “scenery” and “texture”).
  3. Right Click anywhere on the white area in that open folder, and the window should close
    and selected scenery will be added in the list.
  4. Click “OK” in the lower right and FSX will build new scenery database with your scenery added to it.
  5. Fly and enjoy!

   How to add scenery in Prepar3D:

  1. Start P3D, go to the “World” Menu and click in “Scenery Library”.
  2. Click “Add Area”, browse to the folder you want to add and hit “OK” (it will open selected Addon Scenery so you can now see it’s subfolders, “scenery” and “texture”), so the selected scenery will be added in the list.
  3. Click “OK” in the lower right and FSX will build new scenery database with your scenery added to it.
  4. Fly and enjoy!

NOTE: Some antivirus, e.g., avast, can give a false positive to the Setup.exe file. If so, you can exclude the file from your antivirus program or disable it during the download/installation.

NOTE 2: For a precise delimitation of the Autogen vegetation, enter this line:

IMAGE_PIXELS_FOR_AUTOGEN_POLYGONS=1024

in the [TERRAIN] section of the configuration file (fsx.cfg or p3d.cfg) and also if you are using a custom graphics profile for Prepar3D, add the line in its .cfg located in the Documents/Prepar3D v3 Files folder. Performance won´t be affected.

UNINSTALLATION:

To uninstall the scenery, go to the Windows Control Panel and search the option in the “Uninstall or change a program” tab, or go to the scenery folder and click the “unins000” executable.