Problem with camera restriction
first time poster here. I'm currently working on a fan made GTA 5 Story Trailer and I'm trying to recreate some shots that I saw in an old trailer from 2015.
I noticed that in some missions (The Jewel Store Job for example) you can hit the record button (F1) and edit camera angles later on in the Rockstar Editor. So far so good, but in some specific mission (e.g. Legal Trouble) I can hit the record button and load the clip inside the Rockstar Editor, but this time I am unable to change camera settings, angles etc.
So here's my question:
Is there a way / a mod that allows me to change camera settings in non pre-rendered missions? Especially "Legal Trouble" which takes place on the Airfield / Runway and has some super nice cinematic potential (as used in the trailer as well). I read that there are restrictions because of some Easter Eggs in the game? Not sure I read that correct.
I'm having the latest version of GTA (Downloaded last week) and I have installed a few mods like OpenIV, ScriptHook, Redux, GTA V Remastered, LA Roads, CityLights.
I'm very new to the modding scene so If this sounds like a stupid question, please bear with me. Also, english is not my motherlanguage, so be kind please
Thank you in advance!
Try with this mod. Adds more camera options in the game menu. Maybe it will help you. PS : Sorry, an antispam system ( akismet.com) does not allow me to post the link that is from here on this page (?) Search this > Extended Camera Settings.
thanks for your answer - unfortunately that did not solve the problem.
I'm still unable to change camera position, angeles etc for some missions.
Is there another workaround?
Thanks in advance!
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I'm afraid you cannot modify cutscene cameras.
It is something that I tried the very first day I launched GTA on the "Repossession" mission. When you attempt to record a video from a mission, a prompt appears that explicitly states that a footage will not be fully editable and you will not be able to change camera angles or positions.
The only solution I see? Use director mode, scene director or a content creator of some sort and shoot it yourself, no strings attached.