Xview is a scenery generator for PSX based on X-Plane. Here is the introduction to the XView User Guide, which will give you some idea of the features.
XView is a program that provides Precision Simulator by Aerowinx (PSX) with world-wide scenery and spectacular lighting effects. It is implemented as a plugin to the X-Plane flight simulator by Laminar Research and connects to PSX over a network.
In addition to detailed rendering of the scenery with accurate ground elevation, the system provides highly detailed airports with sloping runways and full runway and taxiway lighting. The runway positions in X-Plane exactly match those in PSX so that there is no need for offsets.
XView feeds PSX with the scenery elevation, so if you fly into a mountain you will crash!
XView uses the settings in PSX to drive the time of day, the weather, and comprehensive animation of most of the external parts of the aircraft, including
• lights for landing, taxi, turn-off, beacon, wing, logo, strobe, navigation
• flaps, ailerons, speed brakes, rudder, elevator, elevator trim
• gear, sprung suspension, rotating wheels, steering nosewheel
• reverse thrust cowling movement, fan rotation
• two opening doors on port side
Aircraft traffic can be specified by either PSX or X-Plane and in either case the traffic shows up both in the scenery and in the cockpit Navigation Display (ND). Operation with VATSIM should be possible.
PSX supports muli-pilot set-ups for flying as captain and co-pilot in one aircraft or as captains in two independent aircraft. XView will generate the appropriate views in both cases.
To enable visual animation of the aircraft components a new aircraft has been developed for use with X-Plane. It is called PSX Plane and is provided with XView, although its use is not essential.
Installation is simple: just a few files need to be added into the X-Plane directories.
X-Plane is a current product and is continually being extended by Laminar Research. There is an active user community developing enhanced scenery and buildings for airports.
XView has taken a considerable time to develop and I hope it will be a useful addition to the PSX family. It is Windows based and wupports X-Plane 9 and 10 in both 32- and 64-bit versions.