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@TheRuler666 please have a look at this comment by one of the authors of Liberty City Remix:
@Costelkalashu I relocated the props that were clipping with this mod. Will be part of the next release of GTA V Remastered.
@kelevra it seems you are using other mods as well. Please use OpenIV to edit the file <Grand Theft Auto V>\mods\update\update.rpf\common\data\gameconfig.xml, search for <PoolName>Building</PoolName> and increase the PoolSize value to e.g. 70000
@Tirstinen87 this mod is deprecated, please get the current version here (fixes stability and performance issues):
@TheRuler666 In order to install my mods you need OpenIV. Except that you don't need any additional mods or tools. Please see the section "Prerequisites & recommendations" in the description or in the README.txt for more information.
@YoungLaFlame Did you install ASI Loader and OpenIV.ASI (via OpenIV -> Tools -> ASI Manager)? Please have a look at https://openiv.com/?p=1132
@kocabac The amount of additional vegetation obviously affects performance. However, I put a lot of effort into optimizing my mods so that the game still runs stable and the loss of FPS is reasonable. For example, by providing different LOD (level of detail) models it is possible to show the trees and bushes no matter how far away you are without noticable affecting performance. You can try this by e. g. flying high above the map (so that you can see almost the whole map at once). You will notice no or a very minor drop in FPS. However, being inside the forest means that there are many trees where the HD models need to be rendered. So when adding more vegetation to the game it is inevitable to affect performance.
If you want to increase performance you should decrease the drawing distance (when to change form HD to low-level models) by decreasing "Advanced Settings" -> "Extended Distance Scaling".
@MNSTR Did you install them to mods folder? If not please try again doing so. And don't forget to install ASI Loader and OpenIV.ASI (via OpenIV -> Tools -> ASI Manager)
@Dalejrfan5150 you can find screenshots in this post:
And there is a video so that you can compare it to the free version:
In short: GTA V Remastered: Ultimate provides more vegetation than Enhanced. So while there are 13 thousand props in this free edition the Ultimate edition includes 29 thousand (so another 16 thousand).