Re: PS3 manuals to contribute
Posted by breakcrieslive
Best way to scan them is using a printer. Minimum quality/resolution is 300 DPI and it has to be PNG format. All pages have to have the same dimensions as well. Save all the scans in a zip file, pages numbered in order and upload!
" I'm an evil scientist, what do you expect? This isn't a game."
Hey everyone, I'm new to this site. I found it in trying to figure out emulation along with everything involved with that but noticed that the PS3 manual section is a little bit light. I still have over 100 PS3 games and I've also found tons online for all systems. I have over 100 PS2 games as well as quite a few PS4 although not sure if they're being taken yet due to the generation.
My question is, what's the best way to upload the ones I own as far as how I should scan them to make sure they're the best quality? Also, what sort of quality is required if I come across any scans online? I've seen some good, some great and some that you wouldn't want to print but you can definitely read.
I also have hundreds of scans for guides. Probably more than hundreds by now. I had a good number of guides but decided to get rid of them in favor of PDFs instead.
Hopefully this will be helpful. Thanks!