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Thread: Grand Theft Auto IV soon releasing for our PC

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    Grand Theft Auto IV soon releasing for our PC

    The series Grand Theft Auto may have been created on the PC, since its been already a little time spent in the camp consoles show. The latest characters have all been designed primarily for those consoles before they can be adapted to the PC.

    For the moment, the last volume of the saga has not even been announced officially, but things could move very rapidly if we believe our colleague PC Gamer Malaysia. On the official website of the latter, you can actually find out what seem like the next cover of the famous magazine ... A hedge Poster on which one can read: "Grand Theft Auto: Now on console, PC soon."

    If this is of course not quite enough to lift the announcement of the rumor category, admit that it gives food for thought for those who await the arrival of Grand Theft Auto IV on PC ... Especially as our colleague at Overclock.net is a picture of that coverage that you can see!


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    It seemed to me that the exit was announced in November, about ... ?

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    we can bet that the PC version will be good than consoles

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    GTA IV confirmed and dated for PC

    Grand Theft Auto IV will be released for PC on 21st November in Europe, Rockstar announced today.

    Pleasantly, that's just a few days after the PC version arrives in North America on 18th November.

    Rockstar founder Sam Houser says it "looks and plays beautifully on PC and we can't wait for people to play it".

    A PC version of the game has been rumoured since before the PS3 and 360 versions were even released, but Rockstar has never previously confirmed it.

    The most telling sighting was a rating on the ESRB website, although that was removed a few hours later.

    GTA IV came out worldwide on 29th April and Rockstar said in early June that it had sold 8.5 million copies.

    The game charts the course of hero Niko Bellic as he arrives in Liberty City - a caricature of New York - and has to embark on a life of crime to get his cousin and himself out of trouble.

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    GTA IV: new content confirmed in 2009

    Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two has confirmed that additional content for Grand Theft Auto IV should slide in the second quarter, ie between February and April 2009. Announced exclusively on Xbox 360, this mysterious downloadable content would be "almost finished" but obviously it will not this year. In the aftermath, he confirmed that the release of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (Nintendo DS) will also take place during the same fiscal period.

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    GTA IV PC Video Editor Detailed

    So we know there's going to be a video editor for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV, but what can you do with it, and how do you do it? Rockstar has dropped details on the versatile little app that will allow just about anyone to easy create and share game clips with the Social Club TV website. To start, all you have to do is hit F2 and the previous 30-40 seconds of gameplay are dumped into a clip. Open up the video editor from your in-game cell phone, and from there you can view the clips, use the editor to string them together, adding music, special effects, titles, and transitions, and then head to the upload section to post them directly on the Rockstar Games Social Club TV site for everyone's viewing enjoyment.

    Hit the jump for more details on what sounds like one of the easiest-to-use video editors ever, and stay tuned for new video examples of the editor at work.

    GTA IV PC Video Editor

    Clip Capture

    At any time during the game (single or multiplayer), press the F2 key to dump a chunk of footage to your hard drive. Depending on how data intensive things are in the world at that time, the clip should be about 30 to 40 seconds long. Captured footage will be the action that occurs PRIOR to pressing F2. Note that if you have a slower machine, you also have the option to turn off this feature altogether.

    Launching the Video Editor

    To launch the Video Editor, call it up using your in-game mobile phone. A prompt will let you know that any unsaved data will be lost, after which you jump into a separate menu to view and edit your clips. You arrive at this screen with the following choices:
    • Clips
    • Editor
    • Gallery
    • Upload
    • Online


    All the raw footage you've captured in-game can be viewed quickly in the Clips section. There are standard DVD style controls for video playback. In addition, you can hold down the right mouse button to move the camera and view your clip from alternate angles and then update your clip thumbnail making it easy to organize your clips.

    Editor

    Selecting Editor allows you to create a video from your raw clips. Here you can name your video, string multiple clips together, add music, titles, and transitions.

    Your raw footage clips appear on the left side of the screen. The upper right portion of the screen is the storyboard editing space. Drag and drop your clip footage into the storyboard to create a video. Double click a thumbnail on the storyboard to edit it. You can add markers within your clips which allow you to place cameras and filters, and adjust audio and speed settings.

    To quickly create a video for upload, make sure you have at least one clip in the storyboard editing space and then hit the Web option in Export To Gallery.

    Gallery

    The section labeled Gallery contains all of the complete, exported videos. By default, the last exported video is displayed in the preview window. The thumbnails on the right side of the screen are arranged with the most recent ones appearing at the top.

    Upload

    In the section labeled Upload, players can submit their exported web videos to the Social Club. The left side of the screen shows local videos that you have created. The right side is a web portal displaying all the videos that you have uploaded.

    Online

    The Online section will minimize Grand Theft Auto IV and will take you directly to the Rockstar Games Social Club TV website using your default web browser. There you can view clips others have uploaded as well as rate clips and comment on them.

    The Video Editor is a full featured tool. For more details visit: www.rockstargames.com/iv/pc/videoeditor

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