will be created for the game you chose and
then transferred to your XIM4. You can store up to 16
Configs on your XIM4.
will now be displayed. This
shows you what you have
plugged into your XIM4, the
current loaded Config, and
what button you are
pressing (and how it is being
Your XIM4’s advanced mouse translation technology (
Translators) assumes that your game is set at it’s maximum
look sensitivity. Some games call this
. In all cases it must be turned up all the way for your
aiming performance to be optimal.
While in the HUD, select
to modify your Config.
The Edit page will load.
Here you can:
Change your Config’s
Assign your Config a
that your XIM4’s light will
cause the Config to load
(when XIM4 Manager isn’t
Adjust the mouse
your preferred value.
A Config can have multiple
mouse, keyboard, and button
that can be switched by
pressing a button you choose.
You can have up to 6 different
Settings per Config (scroll right
and left to view them).
The most common use of
Settings is for changing behavior
when switching between
sight). Games typically have
different aiming characteristics
when you aim-down-sight so
XIM4 uses a different Smart
Translator specialized for this mode.
All Settings (except Hip) have an
section. For ADS,
set the Activation
to what you use to aim-down-sight (to
do this, select the value and then press the mouse or
keyboard key you use). When you aim-down-sight in-game, the
ADS Settings on your XIM4 will activate.
Set your preferred mouse
while in ADS mode.
When you release your ADS key, your XIM4 will revert back
to Hip Settings (and your Hip mouse Sensitivity).
Map your mouse, keyboard, and joystick buttons to controller
To bind a button:
the button mapping
you want to change
When it changes to
”, press the
mouse, keyboard, or
joystick button you want
select the button
mapping again while
“Listening...” is displayed
When selecting a button
mapping for aim-down-sight
), make sure the binding you choose matches the
Activation key you chose for your ADS Settings.
XIM4 also has a method for binding buttons without using
XIM4 Manager (please see the XIM4 User Manual at
XIM4 provides runtime cues (using it’s light and also through
XIM4 Manager) to help guide you to your optimal settings.
All console shooters have different aiming turn speed limits.
Smart Translators are designed to provide the gamer with a
1:1 connection between the mouse and aiming reticle on-
screen up to that speed limit. To help tune your settings,
XIM4 provides an “exceeded maximum turn speed”
notification in the form of a quickly blinking
light. If you see
that light, it means you are moving your mouse faster than
the game can turn and you may feel it.
Every Config can have multiple Settings (i.e.
Hip, ADS, Tank,
Turret, etc.). To ensure your Settings are activating as you
expect, XIM4 provides two forms of feedback. First, the name
of the Settings is always displayed on the
Settings have colors associated with them (shown as the
background color during edit). Your XIM4 will flash this color
If you no longer want to see XIM4’s light cues, you can turn
them off by editing your Config, selecting the “...” button, and
disabling the notifications you want.
Get the most out of your XIM4 by joining and participating in
our large and active
. Share tips, tricks, and
suggestions with other XIM gamers!
: Set your game’s Look Speed to Max
: Edit your Config
: Set up your Mouse Sensitivity
: Binding Buttons
: Optimizing your Gaming Experience
: Join the Community