Sony’s PlayStation 5 update includes a new Share Factory Studio feature called Bits, which lets users edit and share gameplay in a similar format to TikTok. The Bits application allows users to personalize and share gameplay clips and screenshots with friends on PS5. Players can choose from one of the many curated Bit styles to quickly create own version of a familiar or trending meme.
Share Factory Studio is PlayStation’s free editing app that allow players capture and edit gameplay footage on their consoles and share on different social media platforms. The app comes with advanced video and audio editing features, including support for HDR video and the ability to add animation, stickers, filters and voice effects.
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“Bits is also the perfect companion to the recently released Game Captures feature in the PS App. All of the Bits you create in Share Factory Studio can be automatically accessed from your phone and then shared out to your favorite social apps,” the firm said in a statement.
Features of the new Bits editing experience include:
A brand-new editing mode with quick and easy access to all editing features and fresh content that can be added to your Bit.
Ability to create bite-sized entertainment that ranges from short three second rebounds to up to one-minute custom Bits.
New Bit styles that will regularly update from our Bits Live Service. Bit styles will refresh based on the day of the week, special events, holidays, seasons, and trending content.
Brand new sets of animated stickers that include sound and even text personalization options.
A new doodle feature which allows for creating freeform doodles using the DualSense wireless controller.
A new voiceover feature with the ability to add filters that change your voice to your voice recording.
Sony’s PS5 became the fastest-selling console on the market. Its demand is increasing and it won’t seem to stop anytime soon. However, Sony doesn’t have enough units to satisfy the demand, which is what the Japanese giant wants to improve on. Sony has revealed that it wants its PS5 production to be ramped up so that it can meet the unprecedented demand. It has also listed several ways of doing it.