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themasher729
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Posted 06 December 2008 - 10:18 PM

#Make a new txt file named "command.txt" and place it in your
#"\Program Files\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV" directory
#
#Then open your commandline.txt file with notepad. Copy and paste this post
#exactly into notepad and now save commandline.txt.
#
#Below are the available option and how to input them READ IT.
#
#
#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 ŻframeLimit 1 = Locks down to 60HZ)
#-refreshrate: Set the refresh rate of main render window Ż Warning - Monitor must support (ex. Żrefreshrate 60)
#-fullscreen: Force fullscreen mode
#-windowed: Force windowed mode
#-availablevidmem: Set amount of physical Video Memory(ex. Żavailablevidmem 0.9)
#-percentvidmem: Percentage of video memory to make available to GTA
#
#Audio
#
#-fullspecaudio: Force high-end CPU audio footprint
#-minspecaudio: Force low-end CPU audio footprint
#
#System
#
#-noprecache: Disable precache of resources
#-nomemrestrict: Disable memory restrictions -install the game and/or re-install DirectX
#
#How to add commands
#
#I have already put the "-norestrictions" command in for you
#To add a the form looks like this
#
#-norestrictions -novblank -renderquality 3 -windowed
#
#Okay the above line is just an example of the form i just put random
#commands in. Of course for those that wonder do not put the # at the
#beginning # means it is a comment and the program does not read comments

-norestrictions




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