Ever wanted to capture as cool screenshots as R* does? Seen a hillarious situation, but it lasted only for a second so you couldn't even move closer to save it? Or perhaps you just hate CamHack?
This CLEO script gives you an opportunity to make some real Amazing screnshots. Just freeze the game, adjust the camera just like you want and capture it! This script basically gives you unlimited time to mess with the camera, so if you wish, you can go really fancy.
As San Andreas has a working Camera, this script also allows you either to capture screenshots by yourself (eg. by using Fraps) or to let San Andreas do it by itself (making a bad quality screenshot, unluckily).
Have fun making some Amazing screenshots and beware - it's highly addictive!
This mod is also used as a part of Grand Theft Auto: The '95 Story and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories PC Edition Total Conversions.
This mod is compatible with the CLEO 3/4 Libraries found here:
Put CLEO folder (with all its content) in your game directory.
If you want San Andreas to capture screenshots in the best possible quality, you can check out HiDef Camera mod by Deji:
Press Alt + Change Camera (V by default) to activate/deactivate Amazing Screenshot mode. Then use these keys to navigate:
Change Camera (V by default) - switch between normal and free camera
Movement Controls - move the camera
Mouse - rotate the camera
Page Up/Page Down - move camera up/down
Shift - speed up the movement speed
Ctrl - slow down the movement speed
LMB - lock mouse X Axis
RMB - lock mouse Y Axis
Tab - toggle widescreen on/off
[ - decrease Field of View
] - increase Field of View
P - reset Field of View
F12 - capture a screenshot
~ - show In Game help
Showcase videohttp://youtu.be/MBxz45SDHBIKnown bugs
Credits & License
Thanks to Deji for allowing me to publish the code with parts of our secret CD project inside.
As the following modification is open source, it's under the Silent's License. It means that the source code is for learning purposes, as all source code is. You may only use it for your own projects but NOT to recreate or build on the original work.