Once Sony starts testing a feature, it automatically uploads screenshots and video clips to your phone via the PlayStation Wizard, then shares them as you wish.
The simplest feature is currently in early beta and is only available in Japan in Canada, so Sony can test it on any niches before it’s released to the big markets, ie the US and UK. There is one FAQ page with quite a bit of info, but that also seems to be accessible only in certain parts of the world. Thank you, on the edge I was able to get some screenshots with some important details.
Notably, any videos you like should be within three minutes because no more than that can be uploaded to the PlayStation app. Likewise, videos with resolutions higher than 1920 x 1080 will not be uploaded to the processor, and there is no way to upload anything yourself.
Screenshots and clips you like will be automatically stored in the PlayStation app for 14 days once you enable this new feature. Even if you’re not connected to WiFi, you can view and share it through an app of your choice (watch your data usage so you don’t charge too much.) You don’t need to use the PlayStation Plus subscription feature, it may change once you get the full version.
If it is a wide version, it will be a great convenience for people who want to share regular items. Additionally, if you accidentally delete a screenshot or clip, it can be backed up and shared with your PlayStation Wizard. A release date hasn’t been set yet, but it may order more from Sony soon.
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