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New PS3 Firmware v2.40 video available on YouTube

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315w ago - Just before the official release of PS3 Firmware v2.40 retail, another video of the much-anticipated v2.40 Firmware in action has now surfaced on YouTube.

The video comes from xM4GN3Tx there, and attempts to guide people through the upcoming PS3 Firmware 2.40 update.

Those interested can check it out below, while the rest of us await the official 2.40 release from Sony.

Enjoy!




 

PixelJunk Eden Allows Gameplay Capture Uploads via YouTube

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318w ago - According to a revealing report over at Japanese site Impress Watch, Q-Games forthcoming PSN puzzle title PixelJunk Eden will allow players to capture gameplay footage and upload it directly to YouTube for others to see – all straight from within the game itself.

This is a feature that was recently added to the PS3 SDK, but it's surprising to see titles implementing it so soon.

Additionally, the article drops word of three player co-op, PS3 to PSP connectivity via Remote Play, and attainable "trophies."

PixelJunk Eden is currently slated for a summer 2008 release on PSN.
 

Videos showing Recording/Uploading to YouTube from PS3!

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321w ago - Below are videos showing how the YouTube API that has been added to the PS3 SDK will allow users to record and upload videos from within a game.

The videos show a demo of how to record and upload videos to YouTube.

The first video details Mainichi Issyo recording and uploading, and the second is a video that was uploaded directly from the PS3.

Enjoy!








 

PS3 Firmware 2.35 sneaks YouTube functionality in!

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321w ago - Sony claimed that all Firmware 2.35 did was "improve stability of some PS3 titles". Well, it turns out that the YouTube compatibility is one of those secret updates that occasionally make it unannounced into a PlayStation 3 firmware update.

The functionality was added via Version 2.35 of the firmware. At the moment, Mainichi Issyo (the crazy cat game downloadable only on off the Japanese store) is the only title to do so.

Videos are captured at 320x240, 30 frames per second and saved in an MPEG-4 file at 768kbps. Sound is recorded at 64kbps in AAC format. The maximum clip length is ten minutes.

Upon selecting to finish their recording sessions, players are given the choice of either saving their clips to the hard disk or uploading them to YouTube. Choose the latter option, and you're prompted for your YouTube user name and password.

The game then uploads the clip on the spot, showing a progress bar while you wait for the upload to complete.
 

Sony adds YouTube API support to PS3 SDK

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321w ago - Japanese Web site ITmedia has revealed that "Sony Computer Entertainment has added support for the YouTube API to the PS3 SDK."

This apparently means that Devs will be able to make games that allow the uploading of user-created movies to YouTube, all from within the game. Sony say the PS3 is the first games console to have Official YouTube support.

To quote: According to Japanese website ITmedia, the experiment is being supported globally and is designed to let developers easily integrate YouTube uploading into games made for the system, helping developers onto Sony's user-generated content bandwagon.
 
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