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Guide to making Screenshots

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Guide to making Screenshots

Post by Makkoven on Wed Apr 10, 2013 1:03 pm

Making in-game screenshots can either be done using the built in screenshot key (Ctrl-Q) or by using any of the many capture programs out there (like FRAPS) just remember to press Alt-F10 to toggle your interface on/off first for a better picture.

So the real trick can sometimes be FINDING the screenshot. That is depending on how you installed Fallen Earth. If you have a directory called Fallen Earth in your program files then you are all set and screenshots will be stored in the "Screenshots" subdirectory in there.

If you used something like Steam to install Fallen Earth then your screenshots will be in a directory tree similar to this:
Program Files(x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Fallen Earth F2P\Screenshots

Images are stored in .jpg format as image000.jpg, image001.jpg, image002.jpg etc.. incrementing with each picture you take.

How to you get your screenshots posted for all to see? There are 2 ways of doing this:

1) Become a member of this Forum (Not too hard.. just signup for membership) and then from the main menu of this Forum choose "Gallery" then choose "Screenshots"
From there you can upload your screenshot. Press that white button called "Envoyer une photo" that is right above the word Screenshots to upload the photo. From there just name your image and give a description if you want. Press "Choose File" and find where your picture is stored on your computer.

2) If you want to avoid all that just send an email to with your picture as an attachment and I will put in up here myself.

Looking forward to your screenshots! bounce

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