Welcome back gamers to a brand new article, hope you all are doing well. So how many of you guys own a PS5? If you have one, you will know that PlayStation 5 records footage of about 15 seconds for each trophy, when it is unlocked. These video clips are helpful in a way that you can share these clips with your friends and rave about your achievement for any trophy which you have unlocked. The video proof of how you have managed to accomplish this feat is something worth showing. Unlocking trophies is not an easy job by any means, and these video clips really explain your hard work. You can also take screenshots of these trophies if you don’t want your PS5 to record a video.
Main Problem with storing Video Clips and Screenshots in PS5
Keeping all the good things aside, these video clips and screenshots have a negative effect. It is very difficult for any PS5 user to keep all the clips and screenshots of the trophies that he has accomplished. The main reason behind this is the availability of space in the PS5. Play Station 5 generally has an 825GB SSD, of which only 667GB is usable. Given the size of the majority of the games and how big they are, it is very difficult to keep more games if you are storing your video clips and screenshot as a 15-second clip takes up about 30 to 40 MB of space, which is a bit too much. While it looks quite good at first, as you play more, these clips start getting piled up, wasting more of your valuable space.
This is the reason why most players want to disable trophy clips and screenshots. So if you are having a problem with this, and don’t know what to do, then stay with us, and we will be explaining everything on how you can disable both video clips and screenshots on PS5.
How to turn off PS5 trophy video clips & screenshots
Now let’s jump right into it and see how you can easily turn off PS5 video clips and screenshots.
Go to the home screen of the PS5.
Then go to the Settings option at the top.
Now go to “Capture and Broadcasts” right at the bottom.
Then go to Auto-Captures in the third option.
On the right, go to Trophies.
Under Screenshots, you will find the Save Trophy Screenshots option, in which the “All Trophy Grades” option is selected by default.
You will find a number of options in the dropdown. Select “None” from the options to completely disable taking any screenshots.
Just below the Screenshots option, you will find Video Clips. Here also you will find the default option to be “All Trophy Grades”.
You can select “None” from the options available in the dropdown to completely disable taking any video clips.
This way you can completely stop video clips and screenshots from being recorded. If you want some of the best achievements to be kept like the Platinum trophies, then you can select “Platinum” from the options of both Screenshots and Video Clips. Hope you liked our article and got a solution to your problem.
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