|Compatible with||Spider-Man Remastered or Miles Morales, Steam|
|Hotsampling via||Running the game in windowed mode|
|Supports IGCS Connector||Yes, 2.0+|
|Download latest version||Post on patreon|
The photomode mod for Spider-Man Remastered offers the following features:
Full, unlimited camera control (gameplay, cutscenes, photomode)
- Controller or mouse/keyboard control over the camera
- Field of view (FoV) control
- Camera shake controls in both manual movement (for hand-shot videos) and camera paths.
- Camera paths support ('dolly cam') for defining moving camera trajectories for movies.
- Game pause / unpause.
- HUD toggle
- DOF toggle / Lens effects toggle (Miles Morales)
- Higher LODs
- Sharpening control
- Better sun / ambient light control
- Photomode range removal
- Photomode light range removal
- Game speed control (slow-motion, speed up)
- Configurable input interpolation for smooth camera movement/rotation/fov zoom in/out
- Configurable keybindings
- Configurable gamepad buttonbindings
Please see for details how to get started and configure this photomode mod, General features and configuration. This guide will provide additional information for the controls / features specific for this photomode mod.
If you don't see the
Spider-Man.exe process or the
MilesMorales.exe process in the Process to inject to textbox, please
click the Select button to select it manually. This might be the case if you're running the game as Administrator, and the
IGCSClient.exe does not,
it can't see the
Spider-Man.exe process or the
MilesMorales.exe process. In that case, restart the
IGCSClient.exe as Administrator.
When pausing the game in a cutscene and then later on unpause the game, the cutscene speeds up. This is because the pause I was able to find doesn't pause like the menu pause. To pause a cutscene, it's best to simply enable the photomode and then enable the camera.
The HUD toggle is built with my ShaderToggler Reshade Addon. I was unable to implement a proper hud toggle which toggles all elements. If you don't want to use Reshade, you sadly have to use the photomode. To install the HUD toggle, install Reshade 5.9.0 (or later version) with Addon support, from https://reshade.me. On the reshade page at the bottom, click the "Download ReShade 5.9.0 with full add-on support" button and install that for the game.
There are two hud toggles in the zip file, one for Spider-man Remastered and one for Miles Morales. These are located in folders in the
'HUD Toggle' folder. For Spider-man Remastered, go into the folder
HUD Toggle\Spider-Man Remastered and copy the two files into the Spider-man
remastered game folder (the folder where the spider-man exe is located). For Miles Morales, go into the folder
HUD Toggle\MilesMorales and copy the two files
into the Miles Morales game folder (the folder where the milesmorales.exe is located).
The HUD toggle will now work by pressing
DEL. To see if you've installed it correctly, when you open the Reshade panel in-game, (default the
you should see an Add-on tab with the Shader toggler present.
For Miles Morales, pressing
DEL also toggles lens flares and the DOF. When you press
CAPS LOCK it'll toggle the snow flakes.
Guide for setting up Reshade: https://framedsc.com/ReshadeGuides/setupreshade.htm
Guide for Shader Toggler: https://framedsc.com/ReshadeGuides/Addons/shader_toggler_repository.htm
If you use an xbox controller it might be it won't work with the camera tools if you have it enabled (so its checkbox is checked) in the General Controller configuration in Steam. If you uncheck that checkbox it'll work fine (and also in-game).
Additionally to the normal configuration features, this photomode mod also has the following additional features:
The camera smoothing options are for when you want to record a video by flying through the game world and control the camera manually, so not through a camera path. Normally the input to the camera system will be used instantly and you see an effect immediately. However for videos it's often desired to have a smoother camera movement than what's needed when you position the camera for a shot.
The camera smoothing options will give you the ability to control how much of the input you're giving to the camera system is used in future frames so
it's creating a smoother experience; e.g. if you set the movement interpolation factor slider to
100 (default is
1), the input given to move the camera
forward is used over 100 frames and is slowly flowing away to 0 after you stop giving input to move forward.
Additionally if you first move forward and then move to the right, with the default setting of
1 the camera will first move forward and then immediately
move to the right. However with an interpolation factor of e.g.
100 it'll smoothly move to the right, more in a curve than straight away. This gives
smooth movement and rotations of the camera. For the Field of View there's also an interpolation factor, which can be used to smoothly zoom in/out so it's
less 'jerky' when you try to zoom in/out.
Try to combine the values for the smoothing factors with lower/higher values for movement and rotation speed to find the ideal setup for your recording. It's likely you want a higher interpolation factor for movement than for rotation and FoV.
The values are stored in the ini file for next time you start the client.
There are four camera shake factors you can configure to introduce camera shake for normal camera movement: Shake frequency for both movement and rotation, Shake movement strength and Shake rotation strength. For screenshots these factors are not interesting, but for hand-shot video, e.g. in combination with the interpolation factors, they can give a more natural appealing footage.
The Shake movement frequency and Shake rotation frequency control how fast the movement and rotation shake factors change direction. The higher the value the faster they'll 'shake'. The Shake movement strength controls the amount of movement shake will be added to the camera location in the up/down/left/right/front/back directions. The Shake rotation strength controls the amount of rotation shake will be added to the camera orientation in pitch/yaw/roll.
The strength will be applied equally among all directions and rotations. Try to experiment with which values work best for the speed you move your camera; a faster moving camera could use a camera shake with higher strengths than a slow moving camera. Good starting values are 1.5-2 for the frequencies and 0.4-0.5 for the strengths. Setting the sliders to 0 will remove all shake factors from the camera.
Camera paths have their own shake factors.
The Misc. Adjustments tab is the tab where you can adjust additional aspects of the game. It offers the following features:
These options only work when you enable the photomode. It doesn't matter if it's in a cutscene and the Lights tab isn't working, these controls are able to work on the sunlight.
- Ambient light intensity
- Controls the overall ambient light intensity. In the tools you can crank it up higher than in the PM
- Sun intensity
- Controls the brightness of the sun. Doesn't work if Spider-Man is indoors. You can set to a much higher value than in the PM
- Sun Elevation
- Controls the rotation of the sun vertically
- Sun Rotation
- Controls the rotation of the sun horizontally
- Sunlight color
- Controls the sunlight color. This option allows you to set the sun color to a color that matches your scene better.
- Game speed
- This controls how fast the runs internally; a value of 1.0 is 'normal game speed' and a value of 0.0 is total pause. Use this to create slow-motion effects which help you pause the game at the right moment.
- This controls the in-game sharpening. By default it's 1.0 which is the in-game sharpening amount. This can be a bit too sharp for many, so you can now change it (less or more than the default) to the value of your liking.
- Higher LODs
- This controls the detail of objects/shadows/buildings further away. When checked this gives better details further away.
When you create a Camera path, each node records the camera location, orientation and field of view.
After you've enabled the camera (default with
Insert), you can store the current camera state in three slots. The camera state is the current location,
the orientation/rotation of the camera and the FoV, as well as other information recorded in camera path nodes, as the system uses camera path nodes under the hood.
By default you save the camera state by using
F1 for saving the current camera state in slot 1,
F2 for saving the current camera state in slot 2 and
F3 for saving the current camera state in slot 3. To restore the camera state to a saved state, press
F1 to restore the camera to the state saved
in slot 1, press
F2 to restore the camera to the state saved in slot 2 and, press
F3 to restore the camera to the state saved
in slot 3. These keys are configurable in the keybindings tab.
When you disable the camera again, the saved states are lost. If you want to preserve game states after you disabled the camera (e.g. you want to move the character a bit, and then enable the camera again), use a camera path and add the camera states you want to save as nodes. Camera paths are preserved after you disable the camera.
The default photomode mod controls are listed below. It depends on the Camera control device setting on the Configuration tab whether the device (e.g. mouse or gamepad) can control the camera.
When moving the mouse:
- No mouse buttons pressed: rotate the camera
- Left button pressed: move camera up / down / left / right
- Right button pressed: move camera forward / backward / left / right
- Both left and right button pressed: tilt camera left / right
- Mousewheel: increase / decrease Field of View (FoV)
||Enable / Disable the camera|
||Block / Unblock input to game|
||Lock / Unlock camera movement|
||Move camera left (+
||Move camera right (+
||Move camera forward (+
||Move camera backward (+
||Move camera up (+
||Move camera down (+
||Move camera left (+
||Rotate camera up (+
||Rotate camera down (+
||Rotate camera left (+
||Rotate camera right (+
||Pause / Unpause the game|
||Skip a few frames when paused|
||Tilt camera left (+
||Tilt camera right (+
||Toggle HUD (External tool via reshade)|
||Restore the camera state to the state saved in slot 1 (+
||Restore the camera state to the state saved in slot 2 (+
||Restore the camera state to the state saved in slot 3 (+
||Toggle gamespeed override|
||Start / pause playback|
||Add node to active path|
||Replace the active node on the active path|
||Insert a new node in front of the active node on the active path|
||Go to start of active path|
||Go to end of active path|
||Go to previous node on active path|
||Go to next node on active path|
||Select the first path during playback (if any)|
||Select the second path during playback (if any)|
||Select the third path during playback (if any)|
||Select the forth path during playback (if any)|
||Select the firth path during playback (if any)|
||Select the sixth path during playback (if any)|
||Select the seventh path during playback (if any)|
||Select the eighth path during playback (if any)|
||Select the ninth path during playback (if any)|
|Left stick||Move camera forward / backward / left / right|
|Right stick||Rotate camera|
|Left trigger||Move camera up|
|Right trigger||Move camera down|
|Y button + left / right stick||Faster movement / rotation|
|X button + left / right stick||Slower movement / rotation|
|D-pad up / down||Increase / decrease FoV|
|B button||Reset FoV|
|Start||Start / pause playback|
|Left bumber||Go to previous node on active path|
|Right bumper||Go to next node on active path|
|A||Add node to active path|
|X button + pressing left stick||Toggle gamespeed override|
|X button + left bumper||Decrease gamespeed.|
|X button + right bumper||Increase gamespeed.|