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GTA IV PC Readme v1.00

Readme v1.00

GRAND THEFT AUTO IV


ReadMe.txt

V1.00

Thank you for purchasing GRAND THEFT AUTO IV. 


IMPORTANT 

Adobe Flash Player is required to view Rockstar Games Social Club TV content from the
Grand Theft Auto IV main menu.  It is also required to Upload user generated Videos
from within the Video Editor and to view the Online Social Club TV portal. Users
running 64-bit editions of XP or Vista will need to install Adobe Flash Player
from the 32-bit Internet Explorer. 

You can download the latest Adobe Flash Player here:
http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/about/


If you are running a 64-bit edition of XP you will need to install Windows Media Encoder 9 Series x64 Edition
in order to play Grand Theft Auto IV.  You can download this SDK here:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyId=54d1279a-7f26-4727-a39d-5505bcd4fc53&displaylang=en 



CONTENTS 

    1) SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    2) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
       
    3) LINKS

    4) Games for Windows – LIVE

    5) DRIVERS

    6) KNOWN ISSUES
   
    7) CONTROLS

    8) MULTIPLAYER

    9) VIDEO EDITOR

    10) INDEPENDENCE FM (USER RADIO)

    11) BENCHMARKING

    12) COMMAND LINE PARAMETERS

    13) CONTACT AND SUPPORT INFORMATION

    14) LEGAL INFORMATION 



1) SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Supported Operating Systems are:

    Windows Vista (plus Service Pack 1)   
    Windows XP (plus Service Pack 3)
        plus DirectX 9
        plus Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5


Minimum Hardware Requirements:
   
    Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8Ghz, AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4Ghz
    Memory: 1.5GB
    Free Hard Drive Space: 16GB
    Video Card: 256MB NVidia 7900 / 256MB ATI X1900
    DirectX 9 compatible Stereo Sound Card
    Keyboard
    Mouse
   

Recommended Hardware Requirements:

    Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4Ghz, AMD Phenom X3 2.1Ghz
    Memory: 2GB (Windows XP) 2.5GB (Windows Vista)
    Free Hard Drive Space: 18GB
    Video Card: 512MB NVIDIA 8600 / 512MB ATI 3870
    DirectX 9 compatible Surround Sound Card
    Keyboard
    Mouse

Other Requirements:

    Initial activation requires internet connection; Online play requires log-in to Games
    for Windows - LIVE and Rockstar Games Social Club (13+ to register); requires disc
    in drive to play (unlimited installations); software installations required including
    Sony DADC SecuROM, Adobe Flash, DirectX, and Microsoft's .NET Framework,
    Games for Windows - LIVE, and Internet Explorer.


2) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

During the Grand Theft Auto IV installation you will be prompted to register with
Games for Windows - LIVE and Rockstar Games Social Club. Please note that
registration into either is not mandatory to play the single player campaign.

In order to experience the maximum functionality of Grand Theft Auto IV PC,
including the ability to play multiplayer, share your own user-created videos online,
and compete and share stats with friends and other gamers, we highly recommend
that you sign up for both.

Steps:
    1. Insert the 'Grand Theft Auto IV DVD' (Disc 1) into your DVD-ROM drive.
    2. You will first need to install the Rockstar Games Social Club application.
    Please follow the on-screen directions.
    The installation of Rockstar Games Social Club application is required to install
    and play Grand Theft Auto IV, but you are only required to log into the Rockstar
    Games Social Club website for multiplayer sessions and to upload videos.
    3. Next, you will begin installation of Grand Theft Auto IV. Please follow the
    on-screen directions.
    4. You will next be prompted to sign up for a Games for Windows - LIVE account.
    If you don't already have a Games for Windows - LIVE account, you may
    create one now. You will need one in order to enjoy online multiplayer and
    other LIVE features.
    5. You will next be prompted to sign up for your Rockstar Games Social Club
    account.
    Rockstar Games Social Club is a members-only destination for leaderboards,
    stats, tournaments, ongoing special competitions, virtual events, MP3s and
    more goodies associated with Rockstar titles.
    6. Continue to follow the on-screen directions to install the game.
    7. After all files have been installed, you will need to connect to the internet to
    confirm that the release date of this software has passed.
    If you fail to connect or need to perform this step from a different computer with
    internet access, please visit www.rockstargames.com/support or activate.rockstargames.com/?c=GTA4 for details.
    8. The installation process is now complete.
    9. In order to play Grand Theft Auto IV, make sure you have 'Grand Theft Auto IV
    DVD' (Disc 1) in your DVD drive, and then launch the Rockstar Games Social
    Club application.
    Make sure to log into Social Club to enjoy online-enabled features. Select
    'Play' on the main Rockstar Games Social Club application screen to launch
    Grand Theft Auto IV.
    10. The first time you launch Grand Theft Auto IV, you will be prompted to enter
    your product key to perform a one-time product activation.
    If you fail to connect or need to perform this step from a different computer with
    internet access, please visit www.rockstargames.com/support for details. 


3) LINKS:
 

- Rockstar Games Social Club
http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/#/register


- Games for Windows
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=76017

- Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=333325FD-AE52-4E35-B531-508D977D32A6&displaylang=en

- DirectX 9
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=2da43d38-db71-4c1b-bc6a-9b6652cd92a3&DisplayLang=en

- Windows Media Encoder 9 Series x64 Edition
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=CC41218D-7E37-4546-BF0B-1276959EE3EF&displaylang=en

- Microsoft Support
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322389

- Flash
http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/

- SecuROM
http://www.securom.com/ 


4) Games for Windows - LIVE 

Games for Windows - LIVE is the free online Windows gaming service that
makes great games even better and connects you with your friends across
Windows and Xbox 360®. The LIVE service connects millions of gamers in 25
countries, making it easy for gamers to find friends, games, and entertainment
on either platform. Games for Windows - LIVE is a world-class online gaming
network that offers online matchmaking using the patented TrueSkillTM enhanced
matchmaking system. When you become a member of LIVE, you can see your
Friends' games and activities, communicate with other members regardless of
whether they're on Windows or Xbox 360, and track gaming achievements. Go to
www.gamesforwindows.com/live for more information about LIVE and availability
of LIVE in your region.

Connecting to LIVE
To connect to Games for Windows - LIVE, you need a high-speed Internet
connection and a gamertag. If you already have a gamertag, you have what you
need to connect to Games for Windows - LIVE - simply log in with your Windows
- LIVE ID associated with your gamertag. If you don't have one, you can get one for
free. To sign up, go to www.gamesforwindows.com/live.

Family Settings
Family Settings in Games for Windows - LIVE complement Windows Vista®
parental controls. Manage your child's access and experience with easy and
flexible tools. For more information, go to www.gamesforwindows.com/live/
familysettings.


5) DRIVERS

We recommend using the latest drivers available.


System/Component Manufacturers

    Dell                http://www.dell.com/
    Gateway                http://www.gateway.com/   
    Hewlett-Packard            http://www.hp.com/
    IBM                http://www.ibm.com/
    Intel                http://www.intel.com/
    VIA Technologies        http://www.viatech.com/   


Audio Hardware Providers/Manufacturers

    Cirrus Logic (Crystal)        http://www.cirruslogic.com/
    Creative Labs/Ensoniq        http://www.creative.com/
    ESS Tech            http://www.esstech.com/   
    VIA Technologies        http://www.viatech.com/   
    Turtle Beach            http://www.turtlebeach.com/


Video Hardware Providers/Manufacturers

    3Dlabs                http://www.3dlabs.com/
    AOPEN                http://www.aopen.com/
    Asus                http://www.asus.com/
    ATI                http://www.amd.com/
    Canopus                http://www.canopus.com/
    Creative Labs            http://www.creative.com/
    Gainward            http://www.gainward.com/
    Guillemot/Hercules        http://www.guillemot.com/
    I/O Magic            http://www.iomagic.com/
    Jaton                http://www.jaton.com/
    Leadtek                http://www.leadtek.com/
    Matrox                http://www.matrox.com/
    Micro-Star International (MSI)    http://www.msicomputer.com/
    NVIDIA                http://www.nvidia.com/
    PNY                http://www.pny.com/
    Silicon Integrated Systems Corporation (SiS)
                    http://www.sis.com/
    VIA Technologies        http://www.via.com.tw/en/index.jsp
    VisionTek            http://www.visiontek.com/ 


6) KNOWN ISSUES 

NVIDIA:
General:
    Occasionally the tree leaves will appear as square boxes.

6000/7000 series cards:
    Cars do not show damage.
    Changing the resolution or minimizing the game can sometimes result in visual
    corruption.  You can restart the game to resolve this issue.
 
ATI:
General:
    A slightly visible diagonal line appears across the screen.

1900 or less series cards:
    Cars do not show damage.
   
3600 series cards:
    Can show very noticeable banding.

3870 X2:
    Rain drops show up as bright white / red dots on screen

Crossfire game side bugs:
    Interior and Night time shadows blink until approached.
    When transitioning from interior to exterior the screen will pulse with different
    intensities of light for a few seconds.
    On occasion the water will jitter rapidly. 


7) CONTROLS 

PC specific controls settings in the Pause Menu include:
    Mouse Sensitivity
    Mouse Wheel Sensitivity
    Mouse Aim - Hold / Toggle
    Invert Mouse - Off / On
    Always Sprint - Hold / Toggle
    Crouch - Toggle / Hold

KEYBOARD / MOUSE:

FRONT END   
    Enter / Exit Pause Menu    - Esc
    Up / Left / Down / Right - Arrow Keys
    Accept - Enter
    Map Zoom - Mouse Wheel
    Place Waypoint    - Right Mouse Button
    Grab And Drag Map - Left Mouse Button (Hold) + Mouse Movement
   
GENERAL   
    Change Camera - V
    Cell Phone (Take Out) - Up Arrow
    Cell Phone (Put Away) - Backspace
    Radar Zoom - T
    Look Behind - C
    Zoom In (While Aiming) - Wheel Up
    Zoom Out (While Aiming) - Wheel Down
    Text Chat Team - U
    Text Chat All - Y
    Definition - P
    Clip Capture - F2

ON FOOT
    Sprint - Left Shift
    Jump - Space
    Attack / Shoot - Left Mouse Button
    Enter Vehicle - F
    Action - E
    Next Weapon - Wheel Up
    Previous Weapon - Wheel Down
    Crouch Left - Left Ctrl
    Enter / Exit Cover - Q
    Reload - R
    Zoom In (While Aiming) - Wheel Up
    Zoom Out (While Aiming) - Wheel Down
    Move Right - D
    Move Left - A
    Move Up - W
    Move Down  - S
    Free Aim / Melee Lock On - Right Mouse Button

VEHICLES
    Steer Left - A
    Steer Right - D
    Accelerate - W
    Brake - S
    Handbrake - Space
    Lean Forward - Left Shift
    Lean Back - Left Ctrl
    Exit Vehicle - F
    Shoot - Left Mouse Button
    Helicopter Shoot - Left Mouse Button
    Free Aim - Right Mouse Button
    Next Weapon - Q
    Previous Weapon - Z
    Headlights - H
    Hotwire - W / S
    Horn - G
    Look Behind - C
    Change Camera - V
    Cinematic Camera - Caps Lock
    Next Radio Station - Wheel Up
    Previous Radio Station - Wheel Down
    Next Song (Independence FM) - N
    Previous Song (Independence FM) - B
    Turn Off Radio - X
    Drop Weapon (GTA Race Only) - R

HELICOPTERS
    Throttle Up / Down - W / S
    Rotate Left / Right - Numpad 4 / Numpad 6
    Bank Left / Right - A / D
    Pitch Forward / Back - Numpad 8 / Numpad 2
    Rotate Camera - Hold R-Mouse and Move
    Shoot - Numpad 0 / Left Mouse Button

COMBAT
    Target Lock - Right Mouse Button
    Punch 1 - Left Mouse Button
    Punch 2 - R
    Kick (While Locked On) - Q
    Block (While Locked On) - Space

WEAPON SHORTCUTS
    Unarmed - 1
    Melee - 2
    Handgun - 3 (Also Works in Vehicle)
    Shotgun - 4
    Submachine Gun - 5 (Also Works in Vehicle)
    Automatic Rifle - 6
    Sniper Rifle - 7
    Heavy Weapon - 8
    Grenade / Molotov - 9 (Also Works in Vehicle)
    Special - 0


CONTROLLER:

IN VEHICLE
    Left Trigger - Brake/Reverse
    Left Bumper - Fire Weapon
    Right Trigger - Accelerate
    Right Bumper - Handbrake
    Left Stick - Steering
    Right Stick - Rotate Camera/Aiming
    Left Stick button - Horn/Engage Slow Motion while in Cinematic Camera
    Right Stick button - Look Behind
    Y button - Exit Vehicle
    B button - Cinematic Camera/Mobile Phone Back/Hangup
    A button - Handbrake/Mobile Phone Forward/Answer
    X button - Change Weapon/(Hold) Headlights
    D-pad UP - Mobile Phone Up/Use Mobile Phone
    D-pad RIGHT - Next Radio Station/(Hold) Next User Song
    D-pad DOWN - Mobile Phone Down/Skip Mobile Conversation/Zoom Out Mini-Map/(Hold) Turn Off Radio
    D-pad LEFT - Previous Radio Station/(Hold) Previous User Song
    BACK button - Cycle Camera Modes/(Hold) Capture Clip
    START button - Pause Menu

ON FOOT
    Left Trigger - Target Lock On/(Half Hold) Free Aim
    Left Bumper - Pick Up/Context
    Right Trigger - Fire Weapon/(Half Hold) Free Aim
    Right Bumper - Enter/Exit Cover
    Left Stick - Movement
    Right Stick - Rotate Camera/Switch Targets
    Left Stick button - Crouch
    Right Stick button - Look Behind/Zoom Aim (When Targeting)
    Y button - Enter Vehicle/Mount Ladder/Melee (Alternative Punch/Counter)
    B button - Reload Weapon/Mobile Phone Back/Hangup/Melee (Punch/Counter)
    A button - (Hold) Run/(Tap) Sprint/Mobile Phone Forward/Answer/Melee (Block/Dodge)
    X button - Jump/Climb/Melee (Kick)
    D-pad UP - Mobile Phone Up/Use Mobile Phone
    D-pad RIGHT - Next Weapon
    D-pad DOWN - Mobile Phone Down/Skip Mobile Conversation/Zoom Out Mini-Map
    D-pad LEFT - Previous Weapon
    BACK button - Cycle Camera Modes/(Hold) Capture Clip
    START button - Pause Menu 


8) MULTIPLAYER 

All of Liberty City is a playground for you to cause chaos with up to 31 of your friends,
across an array of varied multiplayer games. There are 15 modes to choose from,
including Party Mode, each with numerous options to help you tailor your experience
any way you like.

One Man Army:
Deathmatch
Mafiya Work
Car Jack City
Race
GTA Race
Free Mode

Teamwork:
Team Deathmatch
Team Mafiya Work
Team Car Jack City
Turf War
Cops 'n' Crooks

Co-op:
Hangman's NOOSE
Deal Breaker
Bomb da Base II

When you start to get really good, you can accumulate some bragging rights when your
achievements are stored and documented in the Social Club. Get to be the best and
you may receive some prizes from Rockstar in upcoming multiplayer tournaments.

Custom Match
Another exciting new feature to Grand Theft Auto IV PC is Custom Match. When
you know which types of multiplayer matches you enjoy playing, you can select your
options and search for lobbies that fit your criteria.

From the cell phone, you can now choose Quick Match, Create Match, or Custom
Match. The interface for the Custom Match pops up in its own screen, similar to the
lobby interface.

For detailed information on online multiplayer and Custom Match, including
controls and options, please refer to the Multiplayer.pdf file included on your
Grand Theft Auto IV game disc or visit: http://www.rockstargames.com/IV/PC


9) VIDEO EDITOR 

The all new Video Editor feature allows you to capture in-game footage, make real
time edits and render those clips out as WMV movie files. The clips can also be
spliced together into a video complete with post effects like music, text and transitions,
and other features typically found in video editing suites. You can then share
your video(s) with others to view and rate in Rockstar Games Social Club TV.

Clip Capture
At any time during the game (single or multiplayer), press the F2 key to dump a
chunk of footage to your hard drive. Depending on how data intensive things are in
the world at that time, the clip should be about 30 seconds to a minute long. Captured
footage will be the action that occurs PRIOR to pressing F2. Note that if you have a
slower machine, you also have the option to turn off this feature altogether.

Launching the Video Editor
To launch the Video Editor, call it up using your in-game cell phone. A prompt will let
you know that any unsaved data will be lost, after which you jump into a separate menu
to view and edit your clips. You arrive at this screen with the following choices:
• Clips
• Editor
• Gallery
• Upload
• Online

Clips
All the raw footage you've captured in-game can be viewed quickly in the Clips
section. There are standard DVD style controls for video playback. In addition, you
can hold down the right mouse button to move the camera and view your clip from
alternate angles and then update your clip thumbnail making it easy to organize your
clips.

Editor
Selecting Editor allows you to create a video from your raw clips. Here you can name
your video, string multiple clips together, add music, titles, and transitions.
Your raw footage clips appear on the left side of the screen. The upper right portion
of the screen is the storyboard editing space. Drag and drop your clip footage into the
storyboard to create a video. Double click a thumbnail on the storyboard to edit it.
You can add markers within your clips which allow you to place cameras and filters,
and adjust audio and speed settings.

To quickly create a video for upload, make sure you have at least one clip in the
storyboard editing space and then hit the Web option in Export To Gallery.

Gallery
The section labeled Gallery contains all of the complete, exported videos. By default,
the last exported video is displayed in the preview window. The thumbnails on the
right side of the screen are arranged with the most recent ones appearing at the top.

Upload
In the section labeled "Upload," players can submit their exported web videos to the
Social Club. The left side of the screen shows local videos that you have created. The
right side is a web portal displaying all the videos that you have uploaded.

Online
The "Online" section will minimize Grand Theft Auto IV and will take you directly to
the Rockstar Games Social Club TV website using your default web browser. There
you can view clips others have uploaded as well as rate clips and comment on them.
The Video Editor is a full featured tool. For more details, view the Video-Editor.pdf
file included on your Grand Theft Auto IV game disc or visit:
www.rockstargames.com/IV/PC 


10) INDEPENDENCE FM (USER RADIO)

For the first time ever, you can now select your own favorite songs to play through
the in-game radio station Independence FM.

Simply place your non DRM'ed MP3s, WMAs, or M4As (or shortcuts to your music
folders) in the file location below:
My Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA IV\User Music

Note: Quicktime or iTunes needs to be installed for M4A support.

After accessing Independence FM as you would with any other in-game radio station,
you will also have the following options in the Audio tab of the Pause Menu:

Scanning Modes
Enable Auto Scan - Set this to ON to perform a Quick Scan automatically on game
startup.
Quick Scan - Reads the audio files within your folder, plays back exactly as they are
in the folder.
Complete Scan - Reads the audio files within your folder, performs additional
analysis to enhance user experience.

Play Modes
Sequential - Plays through audio files as they appear in your folder, can skip songs.
Shuffle - Plays through audio files randomly, can skip songs.
Radio - Plays through audio files randomly with radio adverts and DJ banter in
between tracks, cannot skip songs. 


11) BENCHMARKING 

General:
    In-Game:
    Benchmarking can be run from the Graphics section of the start or pause menu.  Upon completion,
    the tool will display the results in-game as well as writing the results to a file in:
    MyDocuments\RockstarGames\GTAIV\Benchmarks\
   
    Command line:
    Benchmarking can also be run using command line parameters from outside of the game.     

    To run benchmarking from the command line, enter the directory where you have installed GTA IV and locate
    the executable "LaunchGTAIV.exe".  Create a shortcut to this executable on your desktop.  Right click the
    shortcut and select "Properties".  Within the "Target" field, enter "-benchmark" at the end of the executable's
    path. Click OK and double click the shortcut you have created to run the benchmarking utility. 
   
    Users can specify which Clip to run the benchmark utility with by adding the File ID to the end of the command line
    option. Clip files are located in My Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA IV\Videos\Clips.  Ex. If the clip file you wish
    to benchmark is named 081105203237.clp, enter -benchmark 081105203237 in the target field at the end of the
    executable's path.

    Upon completion the game will exit and write the results to a file in:
    MyDocuments\RockstarGames\GTAIV\Benchmarks\

Output:
    ====Statistics====
    Average FPS:
    Duration:
    CPU Usage:
    System memory usage:
    Video memory usage:

    ====Graphics Settings====
    Video Mode:
    Texture Quality:
    Render Quality:
    View Distance:
    Detail Distance:

    ====Hardware====
    Operating System:
    Video Adapter:
    Audio Adapter:
    CPU: 


12) COMMAND LINE PARAMETERS 

Tools:
    -benchmark:        Runs the benchmark tool and immediately exits game. 
    -help:            Display list of all command line options

Graphics:
    -renderquality:        Set the render quality of the game. (0-4)
    -shadowdensity:        Set the shadow density of the game. (0-16)
    -texturequality:    Set the texture quality of the game. (0-2)
    -viewdistance:        Set the view distance of the game (0-99)
    -detailquality:        Set the detail quality of the game. (0-99)
    -novblank:        Disable wait for vblank (No Vsync)
    -norestrictions:    Do not limit graphics settings
    -width:            Set width of main render window (default is 800)
    -height:        Set height of main render window (default is 600)
    -safemode:        Run the graphics in the lowest setting possible
    -frameLimit:        Limit frame to interval of refresh rate
                (ex If refreshrate is 60HZ -frameLimit 1 = Locks down to 60HZ)
    -refreshrate:        Set the refresh rate of main render window
                - Warning - Monitor must support (ex. -refreshrate 60)
    -fullscreen:        Force fullscreen mode
    -windowed:        Force windowed mode
    -availablevidmem:     Set amount of physical Video Memory(ex. -availablevidmem 0.9)
    -percentvidmem:        Percentage of video memory to make available to GTA

Aud
    -fullspecaud        Force high-end CPU audio footprint
    -minspecaud        Force low-end CPU audio footprint

System:
    -noprecache:        Disable precache of resources
    -nomemrestrict:        Disable memory restrictions 


13) CONTACT AND SUPPORT INFORMATION 

For support please visit:
http://www.rockstargames.com/support
 
If prefer to contact tech support via email or phone please use the following:

For US Support
Phone: 1-866-405-5464
Email: usa@rockstarsupport.com

For Canadian Support
Phone: 1-800-269-5721
Email: canada@rockstarsupport.com

For UK Support
Phone: 08701 200060
Email: uk@rockstarsupport.com


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14) LEGAL INFORMATION

© 2006-2008 Rockstar Games, Inc. Rockstar Games, Rockstar North, the Rockstar logo,
the Rockstar North logo, the Rockstar Toronto logo, Grand Theft Auto, and the
Grand Theft Auto logo are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. in the U.S.A. and/or other foreign countries. 
The ratings icon is a trademark of the Entertainment Software Association.  All other
marks and trademarks are properties of their respective owners. All Rights Reserved.
Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. ATI and
the ATI logo are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.  Windows and the
Windows Vista Start button logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies,
and 'Games for Windows' and the Windows Vista Start button logo are used under license
from Microsoft. NVIDIA, the NVIDIA Logo, and other NVIDIA Marks are registered trademarks
or trademarks of NVIDIA Corporation in the United States and other countries.

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