In the previous generation of home consoles, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, the gaming feature, which includes taking Photos and recording video, became more and more popular. With the current generation starting in late 2020, it made sense for PlayStation and Xbox to encourage fans to share more of their photos. Extracting images and videos from your hard drive and putting them on your phone has been relatively easy. You simply record what you want and in a few minutes those Photos or videos will be automatically uploaded to the official Xbox app. From there, you can save the image and download it to your phone and easily share it on various social media. However, despite the fact that players have requested this feature a lot, it was not possible on PlayStation until recently.
As you can see in the video below, PlayStation has just introduced this feature for PlayStation 5 players. Of course, you must first enable it in your console and PlayStation App settings, and then images and videos of less than three minutes will be automatically uploaded to the PlayStation App. Those images and videos will stay there for 14 days, during which time you can save and download any image or video you want on your mobile device, and like shooting games in the Xbox, this ability to share images and videos in It makes social media or much easier for friends.
Given that this feature has long been among the features requested by fans, its addition can have a lot of good feedback and enhance the user experience in the field of photography or Video games help a lot.
Sony has now released a new big beta update for its PlayStation 5 console.
Source: Game Informer