On the main screen (Gran Turismo mode), on the top left, there's a Photo section, where you can put your car in different backgrounds, adjust the camera and take photos.misterlance said:How do you take pics on GT4 then post them on here?
I can't imagine the final outcome was anything good...Alex Baumann said:Fixed
How is this acrobatic action in 'my' M5 on the 'Ring ?
I believe you can only take the photos during replays when you are racing alone. I could be wrong though.Alex Baumann said:On the main screen (Gran Turismo mode), on the top left, there's a Photo section, where you can put your car in different backgrounds, adjust the camera and take photos.
Plug an USB stick to the PS2, it will ask you where to save the file.
The other method is to take photos during watching the replays. As you watch it, press Select button, it switches to the Photo screen. There you can play with the settings, like zoom, camera pan etc. Again, the image will be saved on the USB stick.
It does not have to be Sony. I am using a Compact Flash card reader, and it works like a champ. I have even heard of some people using their digital cameras. :thumbup:Three20FivexiT said:Since the PS2 is a Sony product, and Sony products require Sony Accessories, does the memory stick have to be Sony, or can it be one of those San Disks with a USB reader?
I've been itching to buy the M Coupe...just for a fun car. Too bad that they don't have the Touring's, well except the 120, in the game...Audi has the entire Avant lineup.
I drove the M5 on the Test Course the day I bought the game...overcorrected on the turn, as I was getting used to the analog stick, went straight up the bank, into the wall, went airborne, and rolled it 6 or 7 times. :thumbup:
:fruit:Patrick said:Ok, I am buying the game and the wheel tomorrow. I have seen enough - especially after playing "Prologue" for the last 7 months.
Now I will have something to do during the insanely long Easter holiday here (Friday-Monday).
Combined with a massively loud 5.1 audio system and a 42" Plasma TV, this ought to be fun.
Yup, they areJPinTO said:Are these pictures representative of the actual graphics during game play? They look well beyond the PS2's realtime rendering abilities.