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Offline VaNilla

Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« on: November 02, 2010, 07:50:10 AM »
Hey guys, I've noticed that a lot of people on GTAStunting are having problems with GTA IV trainers - it seems that people are finding them overly complex to set up. When I first started stunting GTA IV, I took the time to ensure that I was always prepared, so I didn't run into these kinds of problems. This resulted in the creation of Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package. This is a modification to Simple Trainer by 'sjaak372' from GTAForums. It's a very user friendly trainer with lots of different options, and it's especially useful when stunting. However, it can be time consuming to go through all the menus setting everything up, and some of the default options are not optimal for stunting. To solve this, I have modified the default ini files to enable god mode, midday and sunny time and weather, ghost town, never wanted, unlimited ammo, and the speedometer by default. I have also disabled fast run to prevent modded parkour stunts, and disabled anti-jacking to allow for team grabs. I have also included a 'Story Mode' version that disables everything when you don't feel like stunting. This works on all versions of IV, including EFLC. All of these options can be changed using the ingame menu, or by changing the relevant trainer.ini files. I constantly keep this package up to date, so you will never have to worry about downloading the latest files. This trainer can be used in both Single Player and Multiplayer.

List Of Common Stunting Commands

Quote from: Shadowsniper
Menu Controls:

F3 - Enable Menu
F4 - Hide/Unhide Menu
Num 5 - Enter Option
Num 2 - Scroll Menu Options Down
Num 8 - Scroll Menu Options Up
Num 4 - Scroll Left (can also be used to scroll through a particular option (eg. car components)
Num 6 - Scroll Right (can also be used to scroll through a particular option (eg. car components)
Num 0 - Back to Main Menu
Backspace - Cancel Menu

GTAIV:

RCTRL + F1 - Special God Mode On/Off
RCTRL + NUM 1 - Fix Car
RCTRL + NUM 3 - Clean Car
F10/11/12 + 0 / 9 - Save current position to teleport slot
F10/11/12 + NUM 0 / 9 - Load teleport slot
F6 - Enable/disable airbreak (see airbreak controls)
K + NUM 1 - Permanently Save Car
K + NUM 2 - Warp to last car (must be permed)
RCTRL+  F4 - Police Ignore/Engage Player
[{ - Never Wanted Enabled/Disabled
Del -  Increase wanted level, each key press = one level up
Insert - Clear wanted level

TBOGT Specific Commands:

M + Num3 - Spawn Parachute

Airbreak Controls:

W - Up
S - Down
Num 8 - Forward
Num 2 - Back
Num 6 - Rotate clock wise
Num 4 - Rotate counter clock wise
Right Arrow -   Tilt Right
Left Arrow - Tilt Left

Vehicle Spawning:

There are LOTS of useful vehicles in GTA IV that you should check out; you can find these using the 'vehicle spawning' menu. However, only a select few have their own hotkeys (these can be changed/added to in the three trainer.ini files). These are the most important ones.

Alt + B - Spawn Comet
Alt + C - Spawn Infernus
Alt + M - Spawn NRG900
Alt + N - Spawn Sanchez
Alt + T - Spawn Annihilator

VERY IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT THE TRAINER AND STUNTING

Quote from: Shadowsniper
DO NOT USE 'ALWAYS GOD MODE'. This enables antifall, you should only be using special god mode (same goes for special car god mode), which is enabled by default.

DO NOT USE NITRO! You can find more details regarding this in the 'Nitro' section of this post.

Unfourtunately, you don't bail off bikes when landing in the water, no matter which version of godmode you have enabled. This is something I cannot fix, so I'll try and get sjaak to fix this in the latest version of Simple Trainer. Until then, if you think you're going to land in the water with a bike, jump off beforehand so people who view your replays don't mistake you for using anti-fall.

There's a bug in GTAIV multiplayer that all stunters need to be aware of. When you type a message, all of your replay data resets, so DO NOT type anything in the chat window until you have saved your replay, don't even open it. This can actually be used to your advantage, many stunters use it to reset their replays on every attempt.

Using the modded packer ramp is a very bad idea, just don't.

TLAD and TBOGT each have their own special vehicles, these can be very useful in stunting. TLAD has two very useful bikes; the Hakouchu Custom and the Double T Custom. The Hakouchu Custom is the fastest overall bike in GTA IV (although the Vader from TBOGT can go faster when doing a wheelie), and the Double T Custom is generally the easiest bike to grind with (depending on the rail). TLAD also has some extra chopper bikes which can also be useful at times. On the other hand TBOGT has the fastest car in the game (the Police Stinger), the best boat in the game (the Blade), and also the best all around bike (the Vader), as well as other features like the smallest helicopter in GTA IV (the Buzzard) and parachutes. I would advise anyone who owns the DLC to mainly use TBOGT for stunting, because there aren't many advantages to stunting with TLAD except for one/two bikes which are only worth using instead of the Vader on rare occasions.

Nitro

Quote from: Shadowsniper
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO NOT USE NITRO! Normally, the maximum speed you can reach with nitro is exactly the same as you can reach without it, nitro is just useful for getting speed boosts to reach maximum speed where that would normally be impossible. However when using the trainer, you can exceed the maximum speed of any vehicle. You have more nitro in race mode than you do with the trainer, the GUI for the nitro canister is also different. In race mode, when you activate nitro it will use up your whole supply in one go. If you use the nitro from the trainer, you can use it in bursts, using as little or as much as you like. When you activate nitro in race mode, you get a visual effect where the vehicle will zoom away from the screen with motion blur, which you don't get when using the trainer. Using nitro from the trainer is modding and is disabled by default, so do not enable it. And if you do, everybody will know because it will show up in your replay. The trainer also allows you to use nitro in every vehicle, but by default nitro is limited to the vehicles you can select in the race menu (these are listed below). I will contact sjaak so that hopefully, he can solve this problem for future releases.

Bikes

Akuma
Double T
Hakouchu
NRG 900
PCJ 600
Vader

Cars

Bullet GT
Cognoscenti
Comet
Coquette
Dukes
F620
Habanero
Huntley Sport
Infernus
Manana
Sabre GT
Schafter
Serrano
Stallion
Super Diamond
Tampa
Turismo
Vigero

Installation Instructions

Quote from: sjaak372
GTAIV Patch 6 + Patch 7 only: trainer.asi, trainer.ini, dsound.dll scripthook.dll into the GTAIV main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X64 windows).

GTAIV version lower then patch 6: trainer.asi, trainer.ini, dsound.dll scripthook.dll - OLD Patches into the GTAIV main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X64 windows). Rename Scripthook.dll OLD Patches to scripthook.dll.

GTAIV + TLAD as DLC: trainer.asi, trainer.ini, trainertlad.asi, trainertlad.ini, scripthook.dll into the GTAIV main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X64 windows).

GTAIV + TBOGT as DLC: trainer.asi, trainer.ini, trainertbogt.asi, trainertbogt.ini, dsound.dll, scripthook.dll into the GTAIV main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X64 windows).

GTAIV + TLAD + TBOGT as DLC: trainer.asi, trainer.ini, trainertlad.asi, trainertlad.ini, trainertbogt.asi, trainertbogt.ini, dsound.dll, scripthook.dll into the GTAIV main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X64 windows).

EFLC only: trainertlad.asi, trainertlad.ini, trainertbogt.asi, trainertbogt.ini, dsound.dll, scripthook.dll in the EFLC main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\EFLC on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\EFLC on X64 windows).

GTAIV and EFLC: trainer.asi, trainer.ini, dsound.dll, scripthook.dll into the GTAIV main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\grand theft auto IV on X64 windows). AND trainertlad.asi, trainertlad.ini, trainertbogt.asi, trainertbogt.ini, dsound.dll, scripthook.dll in the EFLC main directory (c:\program files\rockstar games\EFLC on X86 windows versions, or c:\program files (x86)\rockstar games\EFLC on X64 windows). Of course if IV is lower than patch 6, use the scripthook.dll OLD Patches and rename to scripthook.dll

You need to run the game as administrator if running Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Updates

Quote from: Shadowsniper
11/04/2018 #2 - Fixed 'Special Car God Mode' not working correctly.

11/04/2018 #1 - Updated from 'Simple Trainer 6.2' to 'Simple Trainer 6.5'. Added a 'Story Mode' version that disables everything when you don't feel like stunting. Disabled 'MobileRadio' and 'NeverTired'. Disabled some more hotkeys that are commonly pressed by accident whilst stunting (spawn bodyguards, car alarm, interior lights, open/close car door, explode car, cruise control). These features can still be accessed from the menu, but the hotkeys are disabled to avoid problems. This does not support the latest IV (1.0.8.0) and EFLC (1.1.3.0) updates, owing to the lack of ScriptHook support. However, this does support support earlier versions of the game.

20/10/2011 - Disabled some hotkeys that are commonly pressed by accident whilst stunting (spawn attacking ped/driver, get taxi, no reload/unlimited ammo, superjump). These features can still be accessed from the menu, but the hotkeys are disabled to avoid problems. Also slightly modified the advice about TBOGT and TLAD's vehicles in the first post.

03/12/2010 - Modified the 'important notes' section, and added a section dedicated to the use of nitro (or in other words, why you shouldn't use it).

27/11/2010 - Updated the trainer to disable nitro and modified the 'important notes' section.

07/11/2010 - Modified the 'important notes' section.

In closing, I hope you find this useful, and use it for many years to come :). You can find out more about Simple Trainer by checking out the Simple Trainer topic at GTAForums. Post a message there thanking sjaak for all of his hard work!

Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Last Edit: April 11, 2018, 02:15:24 AM by VaNilla »

Offline TurBo

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2010, 07:57:17 AM »
I have some version of it, great effort on making it and on the topic, nice job mate.

Offline Beat

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2010, 08:38:01 AM »
Pretty helpful, thanks  :ajaja:
« Last Edit: November 07, 2010, 02:30:27 PM by BeaT »

Offline White

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2010, 02:43:00 PM »
how to make native trainer work for version v1.0?

Offline Ed

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2010, 02:58:04 PM »
Maybe a stupid question, but can Rockstar ban people from playing multiplayer just because of cheats?

Offline VaNilla

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #5 on: November 05, 2010, 03:50:04 PM »
how to make native trainer work for version v1.0?

You have to use a method on GTAForums where you re-write the file structure of the game. I'd just patch up to the latest version, no point in playing on 1.0.

Maybe a stupid question, but can Rockstar ban people from playing multiplayer just because of cheats?

Nope, the way it works is that Rockstar separates 'hacking' players (that would include trainer users) from those who don't use them. So when you log into multiplayer with trainers on, you can ONLY see people who use hacks in the browser. 'Simple Trainer' is even shown in the top left of the server browser. Those who don't use hacks can only see those who don't (unless hackers bypass the system, but those hacks aren't publicly released thankfully). Originally they tried blocking cheats, but it was so easy for modders to bypass it that they just separated them. So when you want to play original multiplayer, just remove any modified files and you can play original users :)

Offline Ed

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #6 on: November 05, 2010, 04:11:38 PM »
Got it, thanks for explaining things for me.  :happy:

Offline VaNilla

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #7 on: November 05, 2010, 06:16:33 PM »
No problem :euro:

Offline FTO

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #8 on: November 06, 2010, 05:54:41 AM »
Very nice and useful. Maybe it will encourage me to land something in IV soon. :P

Offline Turtle Boy

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #9 on: November 06, 2010, 04:54:53 PM »
Awesome, Ill DL and give it a try, sick of having to turn on nitro and all that crap before stunting anyways.

Much Thanks Man. Also, I'm working on a IV Solo if you'd be interested in guesting :) PM me if so.

Offline VaNilla

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #10 on: November 06, 2010, 05:08:30 PM »
No problem :). I would definitely be interested, I've got leftover stuff that I could send. It's not that they aren't good enough for my collab with Slayer, but I've landed like 400 stunts over the period of stunting it. So I can make a lot of videos out of IV, let's say that :>. I'll PM you about other details.

Offline Simon

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #11 on: November 06, 2010, 05:39:28 PM »
Can you modify it so it has the same shortcuts as dannye? or make it like dannye? I find this whole thing annoying and messy. turns me off from stunting in IV  :|

Offline VaNilla

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #12 on: November 06, 2010, 06:06:03 PM »
Could do but I don't have the time to do that, just look in the ini file and modify, should be self explanatory once you look at it :)

Offline KillaMarci

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #13 on: November 06, 2010, 06:59:43 PM »
I have 2 questions:

Is there a way to morph back onto your bike when you fall off? (Like in Dannye's with teleporting I mean)

and, Slayer told me something about setting topspeeds for cars when using nitro...what was that again? :P He said the cars go over their real topspeed when using the trainer so you have to limit it or something...

Offline VaNilla

Re: Shadowsniper's IV Stunting Package
« Reply #14 on: November 06, 2010, 08:25:36 PM »
I have 2 questions:

Is there a way to morph back onto your bike when you fall off? (Like in Dannye's with teleporting I mean)

and, Slayer told me something about setting topspeeds for cars when using nitro...what was that again? :P He said the cars go over their real topspeed when using the trainer so you have to limit it or something...

1. Unfourtunately not, it's a shame but luckily when you spawn vehicles you will automatically enter them, and your old ones tend to disappear (except of course, if you perm them with K + Num1). - I found a shortcut that lets you warp back to your last permed vehicle, it's not the perfect solution but it works ;). Perm your bike with K + NUM1, then you can warp back to it with K + NUM2. Also added this hotkey to first post.

2. Yeah, the default settings when nitro is enabled are unlimited, this makes it possible to travel at speeds that would otherwise be impossible. So to make it legitimate, what you need to do and what I have done is enable the nitro limiting function in the trainer.ini files. This way it operates just like normal, except you can reload it when it's empty using L + Num2 :) - What I said here turned out to be wrong. Refer to the first post to see why you can't use nitro in it's current state. There's also other problems when stunting with Simple Trainer if you use the default setitings, such as fast-run (makes you run faster, so I disabled it to allow for onfoot stunting) and anti-jack (disabled this to allow team-grabs). This is why my package is useful, I've set everything up in a way which makes the trainer completely legitimate to use, to avoid people having problems with accidentally modded videos and such. I bet people who don't use this package and just download Simple Trainer will end up using 'Always God Mode' and enable anti-fall by accident. I can see that happening. Also, if you're driving a bike and land in the sea you don't bail for some reason, no matter which godmode you're using. I've added a note about that to the important notes section of the first post, hopefully I can get sjaak to fix the problem for the next version of Simple Trainer :)
« Last Edit: December 24, 2011, 04:04:27 AM by Shadowsniper »