PlayMemories Studio on PSN Today: Share Your Photos and Videos
Sony PlayStation Network Director of Marketing Brandon Stander has announced that PlayMemories Studio officially hits PSN today, allowing users to organize and share their photos and videos!
To quote: Back in January we announced that PlayMemories Studio was headed to the PS3 this spring and today it becomes available to all of you through the PlayStation Store.
The new service is part of Sony's PlayMemories suite, which helps you edit and share your high quality videos and photos on a variety of devices. You can also use PlayMemories Studio with your PlayStation Vita or PSP via Remote Play.
This new download allows you to fully manage your photos and videos straight from your PS3:
Organizing & Viewing: In addition to the videos and photos you store on your PS3, the content you store on cameras, external hard drives and USB storage devices can be viewed without transferring all of it to your PS3. PlayMemories Studio also allows you to easily search and sort the content by date or location.
Editing: You can use action tags to add visual and sound effects, such as slow motion or frame-by-frame playback, to images. You can also insert captions and scripts to them.
Sharing: You're able to upload your photos and videos to other online sites such as Facebook and PlayMemories Online (when it launches next month).
You can purchase PlayMemories Studio in the PlayStation Store later today in the Media & Apps category for $15.00. If you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber or you've purchase a Sony camera or camcorder recently, you can download the app for free. There is also a 30-day trial version of PlayMemories Studio, available for you to check out.
Head into the PlayStation Store later today to see it in action!
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$15 for poor foto "management" app? JOKE! You can get much better ones free for any other platform. Pft.
Exactly, paint can turn my pictures into grayscale for free, lol. This should be put into the PS3 as a feature for images on your PS3 and not something you have to buy for $15.