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Post Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City.

Here is the official Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City readme file.





Thank you for purchasing Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City.



EFLC version

As further Title Updates (patches) are made available you will be notified when you sign into Games for Windows - LIVE.
You can also manually download Title Updates from our support website

Adobe Flash Player is required to view Rockstar Games Social Club TV content from the
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City main menu. It is also required to Upload user generated Videos
from within the Video Editor and to view the Online Social Club TV portal. Users running 64-bit editions
of XP, Vista, or Windows 7 will need to install Adobe Flash Player from the 32-bit Internet Explorer.

You can download the latest Adobe Flash Player here:

If you are running a 64-bit edition of XP you will need to install Windows Media Encoder 9 Series x64 Edition
in order to play Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City. You can download this SDK here:






4) Games for Windows – LIVE












Supported Operating Systems are:

Windows 7
Windows Vista (plus Service Pack 1)
Windows XP (plus Service Pack 3)
plus DirectX 9.0c

Minimum Hardware Requirements:

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8Ghz, AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4Ghz
Memory: 1.5GB
Free Hard Drive Space: 16GB
Video Card: 256MB NVIDIA 7900 series / 256MB ATI X1900 series
(Intel, S3, and Mobile Versions of Video Cards are not supported)
DirectX 9 compatible Stereo Sound Card

Recommended Hardware Requirements:

Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4Ghz, AMD Phenom X3 2.1Ghz
Memory: 2GB (Windows XP) 2.5GB (Windows Vista)
Free Hard Drive Space: 18GB
Video Card: 512MB NVIDIA 8800 / 512MB ATI 3870
(NVIDIA Driver Version 196.21 / ATI Driver Version 10.1)
DirectX 9 compatible Surround Sound Card

Other Requirements:

Initial activation requires internet connection; Online play requires log-in to Games
for Windows - LIVE and Rockstar Games Social Club (13+ to register); disc version
requires disc in drive to play (unlimited installations); software installations
required including Sony DADC SecuROM, Adobe Flash, DirectX, Games for Windows - LIVE,
and Internet Explorer.



During the Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City installation you will be
prompted to register with Games for Windows - LIVE and Rockstar Games Social
Club. Please note that registration into either is not mandatory to play the single
player campaign.

In order to experience the maximum functionality of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes
from Liberty City, including the ability to play multiplayer, share your own user created
videos online, and compete and share stats with friends and other gamers,
we highly recommend that you sign up for both.

1. Insert the 'Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City DVD' (Disc 1) into
your DVD-ROM drive.

2. Next, you will begin installation of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty
City. Please follow the on-screen directions.

3. You will next be prompted to sign up for a Games for Windows - LIVE
account. If you don't already have a Games for Windows - LIVE account, you
may create one now. You will need one in order to enjoy online multiplayer
and other LIVE features.

4. You will next be prompted to sign up for your Rockstar Games Social Club
account. Rockstar Games Social Club is a members-only destination for
leaderboards, stats, tournaments, ongoing special competitions, virtual
events, MP3s and more goodies associated with Rockstar titles. You are
required to log into the Rockstar Games Social Club website for multiplayer
sessions and to upload videos.

5. Continue to follow the on-screen directions to install the game.

6. After all files have been installed, you will need to connect to the internet
to confirm that the release date of this software has passed. If you
fail to connect or need to perform this step from a different computer
with internet access, please visit or for details.

7. The installation process is now complete.

8. In order to play Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, make sure
you have ‘Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City DVD’ (Disc 1) in
your DVD drive

9. The first time you launch Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, you
will be prompted to enter your product key to perform a one-time product

If you fail to connect or need to perform this step from a different computer with
internet access, please visit for details.



- Rockstar Games Social Club

- Games for Windows

- Games for Windows - LIVE Marketplace

- DirectX 9

- Windows Media Encoder 9 Series x64 Edition

- Microsoft Support

- Flash

- SecuROM


4) Games for Windows – LIVE

Games for Windows – LIVE is the free online Windows gaming service that
makes great games even better and connects you with your friends across
Windows and Xbox 360®. The LIVE service connects millions of gamers in 25
countries, making it easy for gamers to find friends, games, and entertainment
on either platform. Games for Windows – LIVE is a world-class online gaming
network that offers online matchmaking using the patented TrueSkill™ enhanced
matchmaking system. When you become a member of LIVE, you can see your
Friends’ games and activities, communicate with other members regardless of
whether they’re on Windows or Xbox 360, and track gaming achievements. Go to for more information about LIVE and availability
of LIVE in your region.

Connecting to LIVE
To connect to Games for Windows – LIVE, you need a high-speed Internet
connection and a gamertag. If you already have a gamertag, you have what you
need to connect to Games for Windows – LIVE – simply log in with your Windows
Live ID associated with your gamertag. If you don’t have one, you can get one for
free. To sign up, go to

Family Settings
Family Settings in Games for Windows – LIVE complement Windows Vista®
parental controls. Manage your child’s access and experience with easy and
flexible tools. For more information, go to

Games for Windows - LIVE Software
The Games for Windows - LIVE software lets you discover and download games,
videos and add-on content that extends your gameplay. For more information,
go to:



We recommend using the latest drivers available.

System/Component Manufacturers

VIA Technologies

Audio Hardware Providers/Manufacturers

Cirrus Logic (Crystal)
Creative Labs/Ensoniq
ESS Tech
VIA Technologies
Turtle Beach

Video Hardware Providers/Manufacturers

Creative Labs



Old video card drivers may have a negative impact on the games visual quality and performance (ie. invisible characters,
missing buildings or vehicle textures, etc). Please ensure you are using the most up to date drivers provided by ATI or NVIDIA
for your graphics hardware. These drivers are often updated monthly (at time of writing, ATI driver version 10.2 and
NVIDIA 196.21 are most current and are recommended for most users).

For SLI and CrossFire users, NVIDIA and ATI will release an update in the near future which detects the EFLC.exe and
applies the correct profile for SLI and CrossFire. Until this happens you may experience small glitches like
flickering shadows and lights while in SLI or CrossFire modes.

Certain background processes can have a detrimental effect on system performance when playing
EFLC, especially on systems with minimum required system memory. Users should ensure they
disable their Virus scans (especially “on-access” type scans) when running the game to maximize
performance. GTA : EFLC is a CPU intensive application; CPU intensive processes such as
Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service (wmpnetwk.exe) can cause severe performance issues.

If your specific issue is not listed here, check our support website



Supported Controls:

XInput Devices:
- Xbox 360 Controller for Windows
- Xbox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows
- Joytech 360 pad (Controller)
- Pelican TSZ360 Pad (Controller)
- MadCatz 360 (Controller)
- MadCatz 360 Pro (Controller)
- MadCatz 360 MicroCon (Controller)
- Bigben Controller BB7201 (Controller)
- MadCatz Arcade GameStick 360
- Logitech Chillstream

DirectInput Devices:
- Support must be enabled in the Controls section of the Pause Menu.
- Support can also be enabled using the commandline –usedirectinput.
- This will override the setting in the Pause Menu.

Supported Controllers:
- Logitech Dual Action
- Logitech RumblePad 2
- Logitech Cordless RumblePad 2
- Saitek P380
- Saitek P480
- Saitek P580
- Saitek PS1000
- Saitek PS2000
- Saitek P880
- Saitek P990
- Saitek P2500
- Saitek P2600
- Saitek P3000
- Saitek P3200
- Saitek P3600

Supported Wheels:
Note: Controls are unmapped, user must map controls using Manufacturer's mapping software.

- Logitech G25 Racing Wheel
- Logitech Wingman Formula GP Wheel
- Logitech MOMO Racing
- MOMO Force
- Driving Force Pro
- Driving Force
- Formula Force

PC specific controls settings in the Pause Menu include:
Mouse Sensitivity
Mouse Wheel Sensitivity
Mouse Aim - Hold / Toggle
Invert Mouse - Off / On
Always Sprint - Hold / Toggle
Crouch - Hold / Toggle
Enable DirectInput - On / Off
Helicopter Mouse Control - On / Off


Enter / Exit Pause Menu - Esc
Up / Left / Down / Right - Arrow Keys
Accept - Enter
Map Zoom - Mouse Wheel
Place Waypoint - Right Mouse Button
Grab And Drag Map - Left Mouse Button (Hold) + Mouse Movement

Change Camera - V
Cell Phone (Take Out) - Up Arrow
Cell Phone (Put Away) - Backspace
Cell Phone (Navigate Keys) - Arrow Keys
Radar Zoom - T
Look Behind - C
Text Chat Team - U
Text Chat All - Y
Definition Toggle - P
Clip Capture - F2

Sprint - Left Shift
Jump - Space
Attack / Shoot - Left Mouse Button
Enter Vehicle - F
Action - E
Next Weapon - Wheel Up
Previous Weapon - Wheel Down
Crouch Left - Left Ctrl
Enter / Exit Cover - Q
Reload - R
Zoom In (While Aiming) - Wheel Up
Zoom Out (While Aiming) - Wheel Down
Move Right - D
Move Left - A
Move Up - W
Move Down - S
Free Aim / Melee Lock On - Right Mouse Button

Steer Left - A
Steer Right - D
Accelerate - W
Brake - S
Handbrake - Space
Lean Forward - Left Shift
Lean Back - Left Ctrl
Exit Vehicle - F
Shoot - Left Mouse Button
Free Aim - Right Mouse Button
Next Weapon - Q
Previous Weapon - Z
Headlights - H
Hotwire - W / S
Horn - G
Look Behind - C
Change Camera - V
Cinematic Camera - Caps Lock
Next Radio Station - Wheel Up
Previous Radio Station - Wheel Down
Next Song (Independence FM) - N
Previous Song (Independence FM) - B
Turn Off Radio - X
Drop Weapon (GTA Race Only) - R

Throttle Up / Down - W / S
Rotate Left / Right - Numpad 4 / Numpad 6
Bank Left / Right - A / D
Pitch Forward / Back - Numpad 8 / Numpad 2
Rotate Camera - Hold R-Mouse and Move
Shoot - Left Mouse Button

Target Lock - Right Mouse Button
Punch 1 - Left Mouse Button
Punch 2 - R
Kick (While Locked On) - Q
Block (While Locked On) - Space

Unarmed - 1
Melee - 2
Handgun - 3 (Also Works in Vehicle)
Shotgun - 4
Submachine Gun - 5 (Also Works in Vehicle)
Automatic Rifle - 6
Sniper Rifle - 7
Heavy Weapon - 8
Grenade / Molotov - 9 (Also Works in Vehicle)
Special - 0


Left Trigger - Brake/Reverse
Left Bumper - Fire Weapon
Right Trigger - Accelerate
Right Bumper - Handbrake
Left Stick - Steering
Right Stick - Rotate Camera/Aiming
Left Stick button - Horn/Engage Slow Motion while in Cinematic Camera
Right Stick button - Look Behind
Y button - Exit Vehicle
B button - Cinematic Camera/Mobile Phone Back/Hangup
A button - Handbrake/Mobile Phone Forward/Answer
X button - Change Weapon/(Hold) Headlights
D-pad UP - Mobile Phone Up/Use Mobile Phone
D-pad RIGHT - Next Radio Station/(Hold) Next User Song
D-pad DOWN - Mobile Phone Down/Skip Mobile Conversation/Zoom Out Mini-Map/(Hold) Turn Off Radio
D-pad LEFT - Previous Radio Station/(Hold) Previous User Song
BACK button - Cycle Camera Modes/(Hold) Capture Clip
START button - Pause Menu

Left Trigger - Target Lock On/(Half Hold) Free Aim
Left Bumper - Pick Up/Context
Right Trigger - Fire Weapon/(Half Hold) Free Aim
Right Bumper - Enter/Exit Cover
Left Stick - Movement
Right Stick - Rotate Camera/Switch Targets
Left Stick button - Crouch
Right Stick button - Look Behind/Zoom Aim (When Targeting)
Y button - Enter Vehicle/Mount Ladder/Melee (Alternative Punch/Counter)
B button - Reload Weapon/Mobile Phone Back/Hangup/Melee (Punch/Counter)
A button - (Hold) Run/(Tap) Sprint/Mobile Phone Forward/Answer/Melee (Block/Dodge)
X button - Jump/Climb/Melee (Kick)
D-pad UP - Mobile Phone Up/Use Mobile Phone
D-pad RIGHT - Next Weapon
D-pad DOWN - Mobile Phone Down/Skip Mobile Conversation/Zoom Out Mini-Map
D-pad LEFT - Previous Weapon
BACK button - Cycle Camera Modes/(Hold) Capture Clip
START button - Pause Menu



For the first time ever, you can now select your own favorite songs to play through
the in-game radio station Independence FM.

Simply place your non DRM’ed MP3s, WMAs, or M4As (or shortcuts to your music
folders) in the file location below:
My Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA IV\User Music

Note: Quicktime or iTunes needs to be installed for M4A support.

Independence FM can be accessed just like any other in-game radio station. You can
customize Independence FM by using the following options in the Audio tab of the Pause Menu:

Scanning Modes
Enable Auto Scan - Set this to ON to perform a Quick Scan automatically on game

Quick Scan - Reads the audio files within your folder and creates a playlist that is used within the game.

Complete Scan - Performs a Quick Scan and analyzes each track to determine an optimum playback volume.

Play Modes
Sequential - Plays through audio files as they appear in your folder, can skip songs.
Shuffle - Plays through audio files randomly, can skip songs.
Radio - Plays through audio files randomly with radio adverts and DJ banter in
between tracks, cannot skip songs.



Graphics settings are limited by system resources by default. 256MB video cards and systems with 1GB
of system RAM (below minimum spec) force minimum settings by default. If a user bypasses these safety
measures using command line arguments and exceeds their system resources, the users gaming experience may be compromised.

Video Mode - Affects video memory and GPU performance.
The resolution settings relate to the amount of available video memory. At 2560*1600 the
game will require 320MB of video memory in addition to all the memory required for content.
At 800*600 the game will require 32MB of video memory in addition to the content. Medium
resolution settings are recommended for most users as higher settings are only usable if
there is available video memory.

Texture Quality - Affects video memory, system memory, CPU and GPU performance.
Texture quality affects the visual quality of the content of the game. High setting for
textures will require 600MB of video memory at a setting of 21 View Distance in addition
to the memory taken by the Video Mode. A medium texture setting is recommended for most users.

Texture Filter Quality - Affects GPU performance.
Texture Filter Quality is also known as Anisotropic filtering. This will adjust the filter quality
used in the world rendering. Medium settings are recommended for most users and will provide
filtering beyond what the console versions can execute.

Water Quality - Affects video memory and GPU performance.
Water quality controls the visual quality of the water in game.

Reflection Resolution - Affects video memory and GPU performance.
Reflection Resolution determines the quality of the reflections seen in water, on cars, mirrors
and any other item that reflects in the world.

Shadow Quality - Affects video memory and GPU performance.
Shadow Quality controls the resolution of all shadows in the world.
Low shadows should only be used with low resolutions.

Night Shadows - Affects video memory, CPU and GPU performance.
Night Shadows controls which nighttime lightsources cast shadows.
Night Shadows is not an available option when the Shadow Quality has been set too low.
These shadows are exclusive to the PC version and can have a major impact on
CPU and GPU performance.

View Distance - Affects CPU and GPU performance, video memory and system memory.
View distance scales the distance in which different objects in the world such as buildings
and cars are seen. Raising this option increases the distance in which high quality objects
must be loaded and will increase the memory it requires. Restrictions are established to
ensure the game runs optimally for most users. A setting of 22 or more will provide PC users
an enhanced experience over the console versions.
*users with 1GB of RAM restricted to view distance of 1 for performance/stability

Detail Distance - Affects CPU and GPU performance.
Detail distance scales aspects of the environment that the View Distance setting does not, this
includes vegetation, trash and other moveable objects. A setting of 10 would be the equivalent
to the performance on a console. This setting has little effect on memory.

Vehicle Density - Affects CPU and GPU performance.
Vehicle density scales the traffic density of the traffic in the game. It has no effect on the
mission vehicles or difficultly of the game, but can have a significant impact on CPU

With the 8.12 series (or higher) ATI driver the game supports CrossFire modes (ie. 4870x2).
SLI is currently supported when NVIDIA driver 180.84 (or higher) is used.



Benchmarking can be run from the Graphics section of the start or pause menu. Upon completion,
the tool will display the results in-game as well as writing the results to a file in:
MyDocuments\RockstarGames\TLaD\Benchmarks\ or MyDocuments\RockstarGames\TBoGT\Benchmarks\ respectively.

Command line:
Benchmarking can also be run using command line parameters from outside of the game.

To run benchmarking from the command line, enter the directory where you have installed EFLC and locate
the executable "LaunchEFLC.exe". Create a shortcut to this executable on your desktop. Right click the
shortcut and select "Properties". Within the "Target" field, enter "-benchmark 1" or "-benchmark 2" at the end of the
executable's path (1 for TLad, 2 for TBoGT). Click OK and double click the shortcut you have created to run the benchmarking utility.
You can also add this command line to a commandline.txt file placed in the install folder.

Users can specify their own clips to run in the benchmark utility by adding the File ID to the end of the command line option.

Clip files are located in the following directories:

My Documents\Rockstar Games\TLaD\Videos\Clips
My Documents\Rockstar Games\TBoGT\Videos\Clips

Ex. If the clip file you wish to benchmark is named 081105203237.cli, enter -benchmark 081105203237 in
the target field at the end of the executable's path. The tool will scan both directories to find the desired clip, if it does not
find the specified clip it will play the default clip.

Upon completion the Benchmark tool will exit and write the results to a file in:
MyDocuments\RockstarGames\TLaD\Benchmarks\ or MyDocuments\RockstarGames\TBoGT\Benchmarks\

Sample Output:
Average FPS: 51.89
Duration: 20.72 sec
CPU Usage: 65%
System memory usage: 72%
Video memory usage: 83%

Graphics Settings
Video Mode: 1600 x 900 (60 Hz)
Texture Quality: High
Shadow Quality: High
Reflection Resolution: High
Water Quality: Very High
Texture Filter Quality: Anisotropic x4
Night Shadows: Off
View Distance: 25
Detail Distance: 31

Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Service Pack 3
Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295
Video Driver version: 196.21
Audio Adapter: SoundMAX HD Audio
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

File ID: 100304144514.cli




-benchmark: Runs the benchmark tool and immediately exits game
-safemode: Run the graphics in the lowest setting possible
-adapter: Use the specified screen adapter number (zero-based)
-disableimposters: Turn off the imposter rendering for vehicles
-noblockonlostfocus: Don't block the window update when it loses focus

-fullspecaudio: Force high-end CPU audio footprint
-minspecaudio: Force low-end CPU audio footprint

-forcehighqualitymirrors: Enable 64bit mirrors (For some ATI cards)
-forcer2vb: Force r2vb
-frameLimit: Limit frame to interval of refresh rate
(ie. If refresh rate is 60HZ –frameLimit 1 = Locks down to 60HZ)
-framelockinwindow: Force frame limit to work even in a window
-fullscreen: Force fullscreen mode
-gpucount: Lets you manually set the GPU count if query fails
-height: Set height of main render window (default is 600)
-managed: Use D3D runtime managed resources
-nominimize: Disables the ability to restore the game from minimize and changing
resolutions - Reduces system memory footprint
-norestrictions: Do not limit graphics settings
-noswapdelay: Disable sleep delay
-novblank: Disable wait for vblank (No Vsync)
-refreshrate: sets refresh rate
-stereo: Set game to support stereo rendering mode.
-unmanaged: Use application managed resources.
-useD3D9Ex: Enable D3D Extensions.
-width: Set width of main render window (default is 800)
-windowed: Force windowed mode

-usedirectinput: Force DirectInput controllers (overrides menu setting)

-availablevidmem: Set percentage of physical Video Memory (ie. –availablevidmem 0.9)
-memrestrict: Override the amount of available memory restricted for managed resources
-nomemrestrict: Disable all memory restrictions (not recommended for optimal gameplay experience)
-noprecache: Disable precache of resources
-percentvidmem: Percentage of video memory to make available to GTA:EFLC
-reserve: Override amount of memory set aside for other applications like the OS
(ie. -reserve 67108864)

Quality Settings
-detailquality: Set the detail quality of the game. (0-99)
-renderquality: Set the texture filter quality of the game. (0-4)
-shadowdensity: Set the number of lights that cast shadows
-shadowquality: Set the shadow quality (0-4)
-texturequality: Set the texture quality of the game. (0-2)
-viewdistance: Set the view distance of the game (0-99)

-notimefix: On a small number of machines the game may appear to run too quickly or too slowly (skipping frames).
Setting this flag may fix the problem on some machines.

There are two ways to use a commandline argument:
1) Enter the directory where you have installed GTA:EFLC and locate the executable "LaunchEFLC.exe". Create a shortcut to
this executable on your desktop. Right click the shortcut and select "Properties". Within the "Target" field, enter the
commandline, including the "-" prefix, at the end of the executable's path. Click OK and double click the shortcut you have
created to run with the entered commandline active.

2) Create a file in Notepad and enter your commandline arguments into the file. Save this file as a .txt file named "commandline"
and place it in your gta directory where the .exe is located.



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If prefer to contact tech support via email or phone please use the following:

For US Support
Phone: 1-866-405-5464

For Canadian Support
Phone: 1-800-269-5721

For UK Support
Phone: 08701 200060

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