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By Rockdo-do423
Rank: Learner Driver
#9793
Two questions, how has everyone else been taking pictures on PS3? I have been using the PS3 screen shot while in camera method, but I have gotten sick of the icons. I have tried the same screenshot after taking a picture, but it never looks right and really pixel. Tonight I tried copying my photo data onto a USB but it seems the photos are encrypted JPG when I look at them via computer. Nothing I have can open them nor view them. Any body have anyway they were able to fix that? Also does anyone know what's up with the old interactive map? http://www.testdriveunlimited2life.com/map" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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By Mr Hertz
Rank: Rookie
#9811
There was a thread about this on the old forums using a modding tool. Also when taking screenshots you are best going to your home opening up your photo album and then deleting your album to make space for new photos.
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By Gatorbait771
Rank: Pit Crew
#9815
I usually screenshot right after taking a picture. Low-res results but it's the best I'll get with no icons infracting vision.

If I'm trying to take a picture of my character, I'll go to the settings menu and then screenshot for minimal icons and high res.
By Rockdo-do423
Rank: Learner Driver
#9824
Tried it didn't like it. I was more so looking for help getting the pictures from the save data usable. It seems they're special jpeg format.
By foldschool
Rank: Learner Driver
#9836
Yes, jpg with no header.
(edit: oops, you ask it for ps3 sorry, the info below only apply to pc users.)

While ingame, you can go to house, click on laptop, choose View photo album.
Hit Enter to see them fullscreen. Then use e.g. Fraps to take screen shot.
Frap, freeware. Run it b4 start tdu2, set f F10 as hotkey for screen shot.
Fraps also shows your frames per sec in corner of screen if you want.
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By Miao
Rank: Champion
#9837
Rockdo-do423 wrote:It seems they're special jpeg format.
strange,my PC normally read them,they're normal JPEG to me.

you can see it's format by just looking at the file name e.g. "Me.JPEG","Me.bin","Me.png","Me.bit".
By Rockdo-do423
Rank: Learner Driver
#9839
Tsukishima wrote:
Rockdo-do423 wrote:It seems they're special jpeg format.
strange,my PC normally read them,they're normal JPEG to me.

you can see it's format by just looking at the file name e.g. "Me.JPEG","Me.bin","Me.png","Me.bit".
Using what to open it?
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By Miao
Rank: Champion
#9856
Rockdo-do423 wrote:
Tsukishima wrote:
Rockdo-do423 wrote:It seems they're special jpeg format.
strange,my PC normally read them,they're normal JPEG to me.

you can see it's format by just looking at the file name e.g. "Me.JPEG","Me.bin","Me.png","Me.bit".
Using what to open it?
it opens normally,I just click on it... :think: try converting the file format to something else,like .bin > .jpeg
By Rockdo-do423
Rank: Learner Driver
#9862
Tsukishima wrote:
you can see it's format by just looking at the file name e.g. "Me.JPEG","Me.bin","Me.png","Me.bit".
Using what to open it?[/quote]

it opens normally,I just click on it... :think: try converting the file format to something else,like .bin > .jpeg[/quote]
......it's in jpeg....
By Rockdo-do423
Rank: Learner Driver
#9864
You can't just click it and see them....there's a specific program that you view it with..
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