Automate the creation of combo sequences by reading controller inputs and converting the data into GPC code.
The MAX Combo plugin automates the creation of combo sequences by reading the controller inputs and converting this data into GPC code. The code optimization is focused on minimizing the code size, but ensuring that all events are reproduced faithfully. The algorithm automatically identifies the beginning and end of the sequence of commands executed in the controller. You can include (or exclude) the data from accelerometers and/or DS4 Touchpad. You are able to record in 300 second intervals.
Now think of the potential here – let's say you have a modded controller from a company that says their Anti-Recoil is one of a kind and impossible to copy and no one else has it. With MAX Combo you can record it and convert it to an editable GPC script in seconds!
Input field to enter the name of the combo to be generated and checkboxes to include the accelerometers and/or the DS4 touchpad data during the capture. You can also set the stick deadzone if needed or preferred.
Clicking on this button will begin a count down of 3 seconds to start the commands capture. The capture buffer has 30 seconds in length, the action you want to perform needs to be done within this time. You can press the stop button to interrupt the capture, or just wait for the memory buffer to completely fill out. The GPC code generation algorithm automatically identifies the beginning and end of the sequence of commands executed in the controller.
The results of the GPC code generation algorithm is shown in this area. The code optimization is focused to minimize the code size but ensuring that all events are reproduced faithfully. If the result displayed is satisfactory, select all the code to copy and paste into your GPC script.
The Status Bar shows information about the buffer usage during the capture operation and about the GPC code generated such as how many transitions were detected and commands generated.
Opens the device monitor to show the inputs and the outputs live.