Custom data conversion for those aircraft models for which not all SimVim parameters work by default. You can open or join the discussion about conversion, custom datarefs/commands for your plane model.
The downloaded conversion (*.dat) file must be placed in the folder of the aircraft it is used for - the same folder where the aircraft's "*.acf" file is located.
If your plane model conversion file already exists and available for download in the table below, then you don't need to make your own conversion, just use it.
1. If the data file for your aircraft is available but not finished yet and you want to participate in editing this conversion (and know how to do this), please ask us to give you access to the community converter by the links (on the names) in the table below. Also, you can ask us to add an aircraft you want to the list.
2. Before using the community converter (and getting access to it), you can try to use (and learn how it works) the "Personal Converter" for creating your personal .dat file only.
The community converter is he way of cooperation that allows several users not to repeat the same work over and over again, discuss all issues related to this model and create working conversion files more effectively.
Note: Don't use irrelevant, mismatched parameter names from the SimVim database list to convert the data for which you have not found appropriate SimVim parameters, use the SimVim configurator layout maps or ask us to add the absent parameter to SimVim database.
Click "Link to Converter" (plane name) to edit the aircraft if you have access (ask if you need it):
Note: The conversion file (in the table above) can also be edited by other people who have access to the "community conversion tool". Discuss any questions related to this aircraft's conversion file in this thread to collaborate with other editors and avoid misunderstandings.