Wondering how to access the clips or captures you recorded on your PS5 console via the PS app? The new feature that allows users to conveniently access clips from their mobile devices was added to the PS app last month. Unfortunately, only PS5 users are entitled to access clips on the PS app. Read this article to know how to see clips on the PS app.
The PS app is a convenient way for users to manage their consoles. You can buy and set games to install, or even delete them. Other features include text chatting, watching broadcasts, keeping up with the latest video games, and most importantly, controlling your console remotely. And with the latest update, you can now easily share your in-game recordings or clips with friends!
How to see clips on the PS app?
Firstly, make sure that you have enabled auto-uploading of captures on your PS5 console. To do so, head over to your console settings > Captures and Broadcasts > Captures and enable Auto-Upload. Now, open your PS app and head over to Library > Captures, and choose Enable. That’s it; all the captures you record after enabling the feature will be auto-uploaded to the PS app. Note that only videos or clips up to 3 minutes in length and resolution up to 1080p will be uploaded to your PS app. And you cannot manually upload captures.
To see clips, all you have to do is open the app and tap on the Game Library icon (bottom menu). Now, tap on the Captures tab and here you’ll see all the clips you have recorded. From here, you’ll be able to scroll through your capture library, download clips, and share them with your friends. After a capture is uploaded to the app, it will remain in the app for 14 days. After that, the clip will be removed from the server.
If you don’t see any clips, it means that you haven’t recorded any after you enabled the uploading of captures. Only those captures that you record after enabling the feature will be uploaded. If you have recorded a video longer than three minutes, you can edit and shorten it to fit the auto-uploading standards. Note that your console will trigger auto-upload when it is in the rest mode. You’ll also need to enable the option ‘Stay Connected to the Internet’ from console settings > System > Power Saving > Features available in Rest Mode.
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