I have recently purchased FSMap and like using it, but still learning the ropes and only been simming a few months. I frequent the forum to pickup tips here and there, your support is top notch.
I'm just getting used to calibrating the regular charts but today I noticed on AVSim that theres map downloads listed as chart chunks for moving map, checked them out and their sectionals. They say they are a different format, this is what it reads...
Sectional chart chunks made from the August 2009 Sectional charts at the original scale, formatted in the WGS84 lat/lon geographic coordinate system for GPS, moving map application for flight simulation use. These chart chunks were converted to the JPEG format for compatibility and size. Coverage is the full Sectional area North and South divided into 8 JPEG tiles. They are about 3k x 3k pixels at 2.5mb with coverage of 90nm x 130nm per tile. Included is also the projection files and world files.Note: This type of map is a equal grid and no further calibration is needed, only the two points referenced in the world file. Example: for users of FSM Moving Map, just mass import, done.
Would these be compatible or should I stick with the regular style charts?