Too many photos on PS3

C-J

Active Member
Any help will be with thanks on this.:thumbsup:

I have far too many pictures on my PS3 possible 2000 odd!! Can you transfer from PS3 on to disc using the PS3? :confused:
If not I do need to clear them so what’s the quickest and easies why? USB stick will take far to long. :boring:
Can you transfer all in one go? :confused:

TIA
 

DenzilTK421

Active Member
for movies moved from PlayTV to the home menu, you can copy multiple items and save them to a USB HDD/PenDrive - I see no reason it wouldn't be the same for the photos.

Same for multiple delete too.
 

C-J

Active Member
for movies moved from PlayTV to the home menu, you can copy multiple items and save them to a USB HDD/PenDrive - I see no reason it wouldn't be the same for the photos.

Same for multiple delete too.

but can you trasfer photos to CD with PS3??
I know you can with USB stick.
 

GloryHornet

Active Member
Of course you cant copy them to a cd from the PS3, it doesnt have a CD burner!

You will have to copy them to an external sourcee be it a harddrive or a memory stick.
 

C-J

Active Member
Of course you cant copy them to a cd from the PS3, it doesnt have a CD burner!

You will have to copy them to an external sourcee be it a harddrive or a memory stick.


**slaps hand on forehead** :rolleyes:

Can you recommend a cheep hard drive for PS3? :)
 

cas398

Well-known Member
It'll be better value for money if you get yourself a 500Gb HDD or more. Say ~£50.

You'll be looking at atleast a quater of that for a 16Gb flash drive.

Of course it will cost you more in the short-term but in the long run you can have peace of mind.
 

C-J

Active Member
It'll be better value for money if you get yourself a 500Gb HDD or more. Say ~£50.

You'll be looking at atleast a quater of that for a 16Gb flash drive.

Of course it will cost you more in the short-term but in the long run you can have peace of mind.


Thanks for your help. :thumbsup:
 

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