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[How-To] Load Scripts through Xbox360a.rpf (good for modders pool)

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How to load scripts through Xbox360a.rpf
instead of through Xbox360b, causing size issues. This is not a script bypass.

Requirements:
  • LibertyV with Xbox 360 key
  • GTAV Disc 2 ISO
  • Xbox Image Browser
  • Xbox360a.rpf
  • Xbox360b.rpf
Advantages
  • Smaller RPF size (half the size of Xbox360b.rpf)
  • Faster replace times (extremely fast with USB 3.0!)
Let's Get Started

Notes:

  • This can also be replicated with using common.rpf instead of xbox360a if you prefer
Step 1: Open Xbox360b.rpf in LibertyV

Step 2: Extract script.rpf out of Xbox360b.rpf to your desktop

Step 3: Delete the script.rpf from Xbox360b and delete the 'script' folder from Xbox360b. The ending result should look like this:
See? No 'script' folder inside the Xbox360b anymore
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Step 4: Now save the Xbox360b and close out of it in LibertyV

Step 5: Now, in LibertyV, open Xbox360a.rpf

Step 6: Now navigate to the Xbox360a -> data -> lang folder.
Highlight this folder:
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Step 7: You will see a list of language RPFs, delete all of them except the one that is your language (for most of you, you will delete all except the american.rpf)

Step 8: Now inside Xbox360a, create a folder and call it levels, then inside that folder create one called gta5, then inside that folder create one called script, then inside that folder import the script.rpf you extracted to your desktop in step 2. The end result should look like this:
Xbox360a -> levels -> gta5 -> script.rpf should have been created if done correctly, like below:
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Step 9: Save Xbox360a.rpf

Step 10: Replace Xbox360b.rpf in Xbox Image browser with the newly modified one and replace Xbox360a.rpf in Xbox Image Browser with the newly modified one.

Result: If done correctly, you should be able to start scripts from Xbox360a instead of the massive Xbox360b.rpf

 
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This will save time with file transferring, thanks!
 
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The great part about scripts is that they will load from many different rpf's. I load all my modders pool scripts in the common, which saves a ton of file transferring time.
 
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The great part about scripts is that they will load from many different rpf's. I load all my modders pool scripts in the common, which saves a ton of file transferring time.

I Just love how scripts are so flexible.
 
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The great part about scripts is that they will load from many different rpf's. I load all my modders pool scripts in the common, which saves a ton of file transferring time.
Look familiar :whistle:, just what we were doing back in the day.
 
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Awesome alternative!

Not on my computer and don't recall the size of xbox360a.rpf to the common.rpf, but I load all my scripts via my common.rpf because it got annoying swapping out the larger xbox360b.rpf and like you stated the issue with its size.
 
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The great part about scripts is that they will load from many different rpf's. I load all my modders pool scripts in the common, which saves a ton of file transferring time.

Yea, was thinking about using common.rpf for this tutorial.
 
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Dem SPRX files tho
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Look familiar :whistle:, just what we were doing back in the day.

Yup, no point in mentioning it if we aren't going to thank Cyan0 for originally coming up with that and showing it to us.
 
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nice to know! I like it!
 
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Pretty sure either Awakening or Vorhees1 (Now Cyan0) posted this about a year ago.
Either way, it's helpful.
 
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