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    Unhappy Dont really know how to post screenshots or videos :/

    Hey Ive noticed a lot of people have been uploading screenshots and all, so I tried to do it myself, but unfortunately I don't know how to? can any tell me or give me a few directions how to upload a screenshot and videos?

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    Well, there's the good 'ol Print-screen button, but I think the one your looking for (if your key mappings are on default) is F12. I think that automatically saves your screenshots somewhere in your LOTRO folder. As for video's, I don't the game has anything in-built for recording gameplay, you'll have to find an external program for that.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    You will need to upload your screenshots, or any other images that you wish to post, to a hosting site such as Photobucket or Imageshack, unless you have your own personal server to host them on of course.

    Then, to post them on the forums you'll need to copy the link provided by the site as a "direct link" to the image(s) and paste it on the forums enclosed by the [img]link goes here[/img] tags.
    How to get help on the Tech Forums and how to contact Turbine

    Please reply to the topic or PM me if a solution I posted works for you: The more data I can gather the better I can help.

  4. #4
    thx for the advise guys makes it a lot better to upload now

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    Right so...where do I put the link again? do I put it in the text or title spot still confused on that though I tried do I have to put the link in the text but I didn't post it yet b/c I didn't feel like it was right. So I created a folder like you guys said too but I still have problems loading them into the folder.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    In order to post up a screenshot, the image needs to be hosted somewhere. So, put it on your public Google+ page, use a blogging program, upload it to a photo site, whatever. Then, when you are in the edit panel for the post, you will see a "picture frame" as an option (it's next to the globes that are used to add or remove links.) Click on it, then copy in the URL for the hosted image. You'll get this:

    Video works pretty much the same, it's the "film strip" button in the edit panel, copy in the URL and you'll see:



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