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Cheepnis

Control Simple Trainer with Voice Commands

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***Download links updated (7/25/15) with new profile that works with version 2.0 of the Simple Trainer***

(links usually updated at least once per week)


If there is one thing that I don't absolutely love about sjaak327's Simple Trainer, it's having to stop what I'm doing for a few seconds to activate a cheat. For this reason, I have created a (large) set of voice commands to control the trainer.

Here is a video demonstration of some of the commands in the profile:



Installation:


1. Purchase, Install, & Register your copy of VoiceAttack ($8): http://voiceattack.com


2. Import my profile into VoiceAttack (GTA5 - ST - All Commands v2.000) (7/25/15): https://www.dropbox.com/s/0ucbk7pfbg0hspv/GTA5%20-%20ST%20-%20All%20Commands%20v2.000-Profile.vap?dl=0


3. Install Script Hook V v1.0.393.4 (Alexander Blade - 7/21/15): http://www.dev-c.com/gtav/scripthookv/


4. Install sjaak327's Simple Trainer v2.0: http://forum.jvangent.nl/download/trainerv.rar







HOW IT WORKS:

The profile is just a large set of very simple commands. Each command is programmed to simulate the key press(es) necessary to activate a cheat. Basically, it's like having a friend manning the numberpad for you while you play the game.


Some of the Simple Trainer's cheats are bound to keyboard shortcuts, and therefore can be activated instantaneously, without even entering the menu. But most of the cheats are not yet assigned keyboard shortcuts, so the commands for those cheats simply simulate the sequences of F3 and Numberpad key presses required to navigate the menus and activate the chosen cheat.

The commands that navigate the menus can take several seconds to complete, depending on how deeply buried within the menus they happen to be. To work properly, they rely on the trainer's menu being in its default starting position (Menu hidden, "Options" highlighted) before they begin. For this reason, you must wait for a command to finish completely before issuing another.

***6/17 update***

You no longer have to wait for a command to finish before issuing another! Commands now enter a queue, meaning that you can say as many commands in a row as you like, and each command will execute in the order it was issued, once it reaches the front of the queue.




IMPORTANT NOTES:

- VoiceAttack is not a free program. It costs $8. I plan on eventually creating a version of this profile that works using open source software, but I'm not at that point yet.

I could use some help from anyone who has experience with these types of programs.


- Works best with a controller. Some of the commands in this profile will conflict with normal keyboard control. Specifically, if you don't stop moving for ~ 1 second while VoiceAttack types in the name of the vehicle (or character model) you want to spawn, your WSAD presses will be input into the text box as well. This would cause an invalid entry of the vehicle name, and the menu would not be reset to its default starting position. I will try and solve this keyboard issue as soon as I can because I like playing with KBM too some times.

For a similar reason, you'll want to change the trainer.ini file to unbind the xbox buttons from controlling the trainer's menus if you are using the controller (change all lines starting with the word "controller" to "400" after the equals sign). This way, your controller presses will not affect the automatic cheat activation processes of the profile.

UPDATE: The Simple Trainer now has an option to toggle it's controller support on and off from its menus. Just Say "Turn Off Controller Support", or set the trainer.ini so that Controller Support is off by default when you start your game (it can always be reenabled in >5 seconds by saying "Turn On Controller Support")






Pretty much everything in the trainer:


- Spawn Vehicles: All Vehicles (325+). Let me know if I missed any. IGG2 DLC cars included

- Teleport Locations: All Main Teleport Locations (~80). + all Stunt Jumps & Monkey Mosiacs + Set / go to Teleport Slots 0-9 instantaneously

- Bodyguard & Ped Options: Almost everything is automated, but you'll still have to choose and arm your Bodyguard & Ped models manually.

- Player Models: 188 Player Skins to play as. All In-Game (ig) models, most unique models, and many more.

- Weather Options: All weather conditions in the Simple Trainer (16).

- Time Options: Everything from the time menu included

- Vehicle Options: Just about everything besides Tire Smoke Colors. Vehicle Mod Menu navigation now included!

- Weapons Menu: Everything besides selecting individual weapons

- Player Options: Everything in the Simple Trainer

- Object Spawn: Ramps, Save/Load Object Slots 1-10, Delete,Clone,Move Objects, etc. (more to come)


* I have also added a few thousand of my own commands for controlling your keyboard keys, mouse clicks, and many other basic Windows controls.





TROUBLESHOOTING:







THE FUTURE:

- I will continue adding the rest of the cheats from the Simple Trainer that are not currently included in the profile, and I will keep this post's download link updated with the most current version of my profile.



- I will continue adding more and more spoken phrases that activate the cheats (more than 38,000 commands in the profile so far!). Having lots of ways to say a command means that you don't have to worry so much about saying the exact right phrase. You can just say what comes to your mind, and the profile will know what you mean, making everything much smoother. I would also like input from you guys about new spoken phrases that should be added.





LAST BUT NOT LEAST:

How great is this Simple Trainer? I am having so much fun with it, and it just keeps getting better and better. Top-notch work, sjaak327. Top-notch!






___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


VOICE COMMANDS FOR OTHER MODS:

If you think a GTAV mod would benefit from voice commands, then mention it here and I may create controls for it if it interests me.




Knight Rider Mod:

Video Demo:



Audio Files (extract and place "K.I.T.T. Sounds" folder directly in root of your C drive so that K.I.T.T. can talk back to you): http://www.megafileupload.com/2v1x/K.I.T.T._Sounds.rar

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MrGTAmodsgerman

Amazing Idea, never seen a mod like that! you can do it with the Knight Rider mod combine or JB007 Script? For speaking with the Car? That can be really amazing
Ps: Your postet Images are to small, please fix that

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Cheepnis

Amazing Idea, never seen a mod like that! you can do it with the Knight Rider mod combine or JB007 Script? For speaking with the Car? That can be really amazing

Ps: Your postet Images are to small, please fix that

The images don't seem to be displaying properly in imgur, so I replaced those links with dropbox links to the original .html files. Let me know if that still isn't working right.

 

I just checked out the knight rider mod and it can definitely be controlled by voice commands. From what I've seen, I think I should even be able to get it to run at the same time as the simple trainer, without conflict.

 

Can you please post links to those mods. I found a link for the Knight Rider mod, but I'm not 100% sure I can trust it. And I'm not sure what the JB007 Script is.

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Amazing Idea, never seen a mod like that! you can do it with the Knight Rider mod combine or JB007 Script? For speaking with the Car? That can be really amazing

Ps: Your postet Images are to small, please fix that

The images don't seem to be displaying properly in imgur, so I replaced those links with dropbox links to the original .html files. Let me know if that still isn't working right.

 

I just checked out the knight rider mod and it can definitely be controlled by voice commands. From what I've seen, I think I should even be able to get it to run at the same time as the simple trainer, without conflict.

 

Can you please post links to those mods. I found a link for the Knight Rider mod, but I'm not 100% sure I can trust it. And I'm not sure what the JB007 Script is.

 

Night Rider

JB700 Mod

Thanks, i actually didnt test your mod but i will. Did i need to setup my voice with the program? Which languages support this mod?

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H3RB4LS

Damn. This is innovative right here. Amazing stuff, I can't wait to mess with this a bit. The potential is awesome, I know exactly what you mean about having to stop for a bit (as I'm sure everyone here knows) and that few seconds while driving 200+ mph can really mess you up a bit. This right here thought..WOW. Not even for trainer aspects, but the possibility of using voice-controls on GTA...WHAT?!?! I applaud you Sir and your creative thinking.

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I thank you for bringing the Knight Rider mod to my attention (proving once again that Germans love David Hasselhoff). I had fun playing around with it, and even learned to do some new stuff with voice attack while doing so. Check it out in this video:



I will upload the Knight Rider profile as well as the audio files that it uses, but I'm currently having a bit of trouble exporting my profiles from VoiceAttack, so check back later for them (I'll add them to the bottom of the OP in an "Other Mods" section). BTW, there are many more KITT responses programmed in the profile than were shown in the video. I didn't want to ruin it for you guys.


I looked at the JB007 script over the weekend, but I don't remember thinking that voice commands would be very useful with it.





As far as getting set up for speech recognition, I am not an expert, but I can tell you about my own experience over the past 5 or 6 months of playing around with this stuff.


Obviously, the first issue is the microphone.

You can do this with pretty much any half-way decent mic, but the type and quality of the microphone definitely make a difference.


Headset microphones work brilliantly for voice recognition because the mic is just a few inches from your mouth at all times (especially for the headsets with longer booms, that allow for more flexibility in mic placement). The $20 Logitech USB headset I have worked amazingly well. I was even able to use my old PS3 bluetooth chat headset that I hadn't used in 5 years, and even that worked pretty well.

The thing is, you are not going to want to have to deal with cords.

A few months ago, when I was shopping around for a new mic, I looked and looked, but I was not finding decent wireless headsets for less than $150. So I bought a pretty beastly little desktop mic for ~$95 ( http://www.amazon.com/Blue-Microphones-Yeti-USB-Microphone/dp/B002VA464S), put it on a cheap (<$15) scissor arm ( http://www.amazon.com/Neewer-Broadcast-Microphone-Suspension-Scissor/dp/B00AK7SKL4 - might not be this exact one, too lazy to check), and it has worked almost as well as using the headset mic. It can easily pick up my commands from several feet away, and I don't have to wear anything on my head.



Train your computer to better understand you

Once you've got your mic up and running, you are going to want to "Train your computer to better understand you", which is an option in the Windows Speech Recognition section of the control panel. This will prompt you with sentences to speak out while it records your voice. It uses these sound files to build a map of the connections between your sound waves and the text associated with them. Doing this many times over will definitely improve the accuracy of the voice recognition (do it at least 2 or 3 times - I have done it 8 times so far). As a bonus, the sentences you read out will teach you a little about how speech recognition works.




Then you can play around with the Windows Speech Recognition software that comes included with Windows 8. And you can check out freeware programs like Vocola 3, which allow you to bind all types of actions to whatever spoken phrases you like.


Then you can check out the 20 day free trial of VoiceAttack to see how it works for yourself (the free trial will NOT allow you to import all of my commands, it has a limit of 20 commands per profile).


I can make a video giving you a little tour of the relevant tools when I get a chance, if you like.




One other thing to consider is that Windows 10 will be releasing this month (I think), and it will have Cortana built in to it. I imagine that it will come with some more powerful voice recognition tools, and a much improved speech engine, so things might look a little different next month.




As far as languages other than english:

Sorry, I can barely speak 1 language. I don't really know how well this would work in other languages. If I find out, I'll PM you, or just comment here.

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@Cheepnis

Nice Man! Thank you for converting the Commands. Damn thats realy nice, good Mods are underrated.
Respect!

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