This is an useful IMG editor - a combination of Spark and IMG Tool.
This tool can only be used with the GTA San Andreas archive format (no GTA 3 and GTA Vice City support so far!).
Here are the features:
You can rebuild your img archive.
The standard import feature. You can import one or more items into the .img file.
Import and remove
Before importing, the tool checks if the item is already in the img archive and delete it.
This is very useful, if you want insert many items, because you don't need delete the items by yourself.
The standard export feature. You can export one or more items out of the .img file.
You can rename an item in the img archive.
You can search for items inside the img archive.
This is very useful! With this dialog you can search for files. It works like the Windows search.
You need just select the directory, and all *.txd and *.dff files, which are inside this directory, will be shown you in a list. Then you can select the items which you want to insert. The search is recursive. The founded items will be inserted with the 'import and remove' feature.
Export as list
You can export the content of the img file into a list - that's only useful, if you want to create your own 'compare'-files.
You can compare your current img file with an compare-file. The compare-file is a file, in which are all possible img entries of an img file are listed per each line. This is useful, if you want check that your img file hasn't missing entries (and so the game should not crash!). You can create your own compare-files with the 'export as list' feature. I also have provided the compare-files for all gta img-files with this tool (see in the compare-folder).
You can reload the current opened img file - sometimes it can be useful.
I thaught it was the best IMG editor, but you can't move files up and down to their original position. If I add a gun to gta3.img the standard one shows in-game. Editing Player.img the game crashes: the file is in the bottom of the IMG archive and I can't set it to its position !!
best img editor ever as with others you would need to search through hundreds if not thousands of .dff and .txd with this you just need to click the option import and replace which replaces the file type of the same name