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Today we are proud to release openCamera ASI Plugin for Grand Theft Auto V. Like the one for GTA IV this small plugin is doing one little thing – removes “Free Camera” boundaries in Rockstar Editor. With openCamera installed, you will be able to move the camera far away from the player position and make a video you want without limitation.

Addition notes you need to know:

  • openCamera requires ASI Loader. You can install it through “ASI Manager” in OpenIV or download here.
  • openCamera does not increase recorded area in game, so, at really far distances from the player you may not see any action or it will be random action every time.
  • openCamera must be installed during both editing and rendering otherwise camera position will be reset.
  • If your game crashes while rendering process, make sure, you have a lot of free space on your hard drive and free memory.

You can see an example of using openCamera in the video below:

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The last few weeks we had worked on one of the most required feature for PC version of GTA V. And now, we are proud to release OpenIV 2.6.4 with GTA V PC audio playback support. You are able to open any audio file or export it to .wav. Audio playback is a cool feature, but do you know what is even cooler? Audio editing. Yeah, many people want to change weapon or vehicle sounds and now, with a power of openFormats they are able to do so. Actually, you can edit any audio file in the game. Of course, we still have some unknown data in files, but now you can look at it or even try to change it to help figure it out. Here you can see simple “how to” video that explains basics of editing audio in GTA V:

Besides audio support, we made some improvements in other areas, as always you can find full change log here.


The latest version of OpenIV and OpenIV.ASI provide support for mods folder that can be very useful in the following cases:

  • You have DVD or Rockstar Games Warehouse version of GTA V and every time you edit files Launcher download original files back;
  • You want to have original GTA V files unmodified;
  • You want to have fast way to switch between original and modified files.

Required software:

  • OpenIV (2.6.3 or newer)
  • OpenIV.ASI (1.1 or newer)
  • GTA V ASI LOADER (build “May 2 2015” or newer)

1 – Download and install OpenIV. Configure it to work with your copy of GTAV.
2 – Navigate to ASI Manager using menu “Tools” > “ASI Manager” or “ASI Manager” button on tool bar.

Through ASI Manager, you can install, update or remove ASI Loader and OpenIV ASI plugins.
3 – Install ASI Loader and OpenIV.ASI

4 – Open your GTA V folder in File Explorer; you can do it fast in OpenIV

5 – In root of your GTA V folder create new folder and name if mods (lower case)

6 – Now you have to copy RPF archives into mods folder. For example, if you want to modify Grand Theft Auto V\update\update.rpf you need to copy it like Grand Theft Auto V\mods\update\update.rpf.

The following table is explain how you need to copy archives to mods folder. The path to RPF archive in mods folder must be the same as in real GTA Vfolder, here is some examples:

Grand Theft Auto V – Original archive path Path in “mods” folder
GTAV\update\update.rpf GTAV\mods\update\update.rpf
GTAV\common.rpf GTAV\mods\common.rpf
GTAV\x64\audio\sfx\SCRIPT.rpf GTAV\mods\x64\audio\sfx\SCRIPT.rpf
GTAV\update\x64\dlcpacks\mpheist\dlc.rpf GTAV\mods\update\x64\dlcpacks\mpheist\dlc.rpf
GTAV\x64e.rpf GTAV\mods\x64e.rpf

7 – From this point if you want to install mod or edit some file you need to do it in archive from mods folder.

Now all your mods will be in separated folder, and original files will stay not modified.
If you want to switch back to original files just go to ASI Manager and remove OpenIV.ASI. In addition, you can remove ASI Loader to disable all ASI plugins that you have installed.
You can use ASI Manager any time to switch between mods and original game. You no need to remove mods folder every time.

Today we are proud to announce a new release of OpenIV is available for download. OpenIV 2.6.3 contains several new features and improvements.

ASI Manager
New tool named “ASI Manager” allows you to easily install or uninstall ASI loader and our plugins for GTAV.

OpenIV.ASI 1.1
New version of OpenIV.ASI gives you ability to keep original GTAV files safe and put mods into special “mods” folder. Just put archive (for example, x64a.rpf) you want to mod into “mods” folder and made changes in that copy. OpenIV.ASI will force game load your archives form “mods” folder. In addition, if you want to switch back to original files just remove OpenIV.ASI and ASI Loader using ASI Manager.

Texture editor for GTA V
Powerful OpenIV texture editor now have support for GTA V .ytd texture files. You are free to edit any .ytd files using all features we have.

Fragment Models Viewer
Finally, OpenIV fragment models viewer got support of GTA V .yft files. This will allows you to view GTAV vehicles models.

Critical bug fixed
We also have fixed some critical issues in our code. Now you have less chance to corrupt your files.

As always, the full change log is available here.


Today we are proud to release OpenIV 2.6. It took some time, but now you will be able to edit RPF Archives in PC version of GTA V. Currently we come with temporary solution, which requires ASI plugin for the game. When you are try to edit RPF Archive, you will see notification about installing plugin. You need to install an ASI loader and OpenIV plugin, otherwise your game will not work with modified archives. With installed ASI loader and plugin, you will not be able to go into GTA Online. This will keep you from accidently banning and GTA Online will be protected from modifications.

Besides RPF editing, we are also added support for GTA V PC files in Drawable, Collision and Navmesh viewers, so now you can view some models. As always, the full change log is available here.


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