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Screenshot question
#1
Is there a hotkey for taking a screengrab of a running game in PCSX2? Rather thanhaving to press print screen, pasting it in either paint or photoshop and trimming the rest of the screen off, and then saving the image.. is there a button you can press that copies the PCSX2 frame only and saves it to file?
Specs:
CPU - AMD Phenom X4 9850 Black Edition Quad Core Socket AM2+ (940 pin) 2511.36mhz
MB - ASUSTek Crosshair II Formula Motherboard - nForce 780a SLI SPP (MCP Southbridge)
RAM - 8gb DDR2 Dual Channel Corsair PC2-6400
GFX - NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTS 512mb (I do have a 550GT TI 1GB)
OS - Windows 7 64bit/Fedora 13 KDE
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#2
F8.
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#3
Nice one thanks a lot Smile Where does it save the image to? "My Pictures" or to the actual PCSX2 install directory?

Thanks mate Smile
Specs:
CPU - AMD Phenom X4 9850 Black Edition Quad Core Socket AM2+ (940 pin) 2511.36mhz
MB - ASUSTek Crosshair II Formula Motherboard - nForce 780a SLI SPP (MCP Southbridge)
RAM - 8gb DDR2 Dual Channel Corsair PC2-6400
GFX - NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTS 512mb (I do have a 550GT TI 1GB)
OS - Windows 7 64bit/Fedora 13 KDE
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#4
Lol, I knew you'd ask. Just felt compelled to give the shortest reply ever Tongue2
The screenshot is saved in pcsx2\snaps.
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#5
lmao Yeh.. if someone asked me a question like that I'd do the same! pmsl

As for shortest.. Nah.. Iv seen shorter!!

+1

lmfao

Nice one thanks a lot Smile
Specs:
CPU - AMD Phenom X4 9850 Black Edition Quad Core Socket AM2+ (940 pin) 2511.36mhz
MB - ASUSTek Crosshair II Formula Motherboard - nForce 780a SLI SPP (MCP Southbridge)
RAM - 8gb DDR2 Dual Channel Corsair PC2-6400
GFX - NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTS 512mb (I do have a 550GT TI 1GB)
OS - Windows 7 64bit/Fedora 13 KDE
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#6
I've got a little question about the screenshots, too.
Is there a way, in the 0.9.8 version, to save them into another format than bitmap ? A PNG would be perfect, but a jpeg would be enough. I think I read something about that, but I don't know where... Of course I can convert bmp to png/jpg, but it would be easier.
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#7
For me the single possible format already is PNG.
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