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How To Move PS5 Screenshots and Videos To PC Or Phone

It’s helpful to know how To Move PS5 Screenshots and Videos To PC Or Phone, but it’s not as easy as sharing PS5 screenshots and videos with other people. Every time you earn a trophy, the PlayStation 5 automatically takes a screenshot or video.

This makes sure that you don’t lose your best gaming moments, but you may also want to keep a copy of this content on other devices. It’s pretty easy to copy screenshots to your computer. Just find a free USB stick, and you’re good to go. At the time this was written, it was a lot harder to get screenshots from PS5 to your phone.

Steps To Move PS5 Screenshots To PC or Phone

  1. Install PS App: Make sure you have the PS App installed on your device and ensure it’s the latest version.
  2. Link console to the app: If not already done, go to the app’s Settings by tapping the cog icon in the upper right. Scroll down to Console Management and select Link Console to App. Choose your console from the list.
  3. Open the PS App: Tap on the PS App to open it.
  4. Capture prompt: Upon opening the app, you will immediately see a prompt about the ability to have your console captures appear on your phone.
  5. Enable console captures: The prompt will instruct you to visit the Game Library section on the app to enable console captures.
  6. Visit Game Library: Go to the Game Library section on the app to enable console captures.

How to Transfer PS4 Screenshots to Your PC or Phone

Move PS5 Screenshots and Videos To PC Or Phone
  1. Plug a USB drive into your PS4. Make sure you have enough free space on the flash drive. Preferably, it should be empty.
  2. Select Capture Gallery from the PS4 home screen. (If you can’t see it there, you’ll find it in your Library, under Applications.)
  3. In the gallery app, select All to view screenshots from all your games, or choose the individual game whose screenshots you wish to move to PC.
  4. Navigate to the screenshot you want and press the Options button on the controller. A menu panel will slide in from the right.
  5. Select the Copy to USB Storage Device option. The list of screenshots will change appearance, allowing you to select multiple images.
  6. Choose the ones you want. (Place the selector box over them and press X on the controller.) A checkmark is placed on the ones you select.
  7. Select the Copy option on the bottom right of your screen.
  8. You’ll get a screen telling you where your screenshots will be saved on the USB. Select OK.

How To Move PS5 Video To PC

  1. Connect: Use an HDMI cable to connect your PS5 console to your PC.
  2. Software: Install video capture software on your PC (e.g., OBS Studio).
  3. Configure: Open the software and configure video capture settings.
  4. Record: Start recording on the software and play the video on your PS5.
  5. Stop: Stop recording once the video playback is complete.
  6. Save: Locate and save the recorded video file on your PC.


How do I download PS5 captures to my PC?

In the PS App folder, click on a game capture and click the “Send to Windows” button and choose a location to transfer the file on the PC. A JPG or MP4 file of the capture will appear in the selected location if done correctly.

Can I see my PS5 clips on my phone?

Once you have enabled auto-upload, any supported screenshots and video clips captured on your PS5 console will be automatically uploaded. You can see them on PlayStation App by selecting Library > Captures. When viewing a capture on PlayStation App you can: Select Download to save the capture to your device.

Can you download PS5 clips on phone?

Sharing PS5 Screenshots and Gameplay Videos to Your Mobile Device. You can share your screenshots from the PS5 to your mobile, simply by using the Auto-Upload feature that Sony brought to PlayStation and the associated mobile app in 2022. Enabling the feature is a simple process.

Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Michael Smith, a tech-savvy content editor at Bollyinside. With a knack for simplifying complex tech concepts, Michael specializes in crafting user-friendly "How-to" articles and valuable tips. His focus spans Windows, Mac, hardware, and support. Beyond work, he's an avid explorer of diverse tech fields, constantly staying ahead of the curve.
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