Saving a Ghost Replay.GT5P

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5 Prologue' started by Maineiac Moose, Sep 28, 2010.

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  1. Maineiac Moose

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    Here at the Tuner's Pit we often require drivers to save and upload ghost replays. Below are illustrated instructions for saving a ghost replay.
    Step 1- First you must log into the online events servers by selecting the "Online" option from "My Page"
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    Step 2- Once at the online events area select the track you will be competing on.
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    Step 3-After you select a track you will see a list of allowed cars. Go to your garage and select the car you
    wish to compete with and select "OK" from the options at the bottom of the screen.

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    Step 4--You are now in the drivers options. You may set any of these options any way you like and select "OK".[​IMG]
    Step 5-You are now at the pre race screen. Select the quick tune area from the options at the bottom of the screen
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    Step 7-Once the car is tuned exit the mechanics area and select "Free Run" from the options at the bottom of the screen and begin running laps until you have completed a lap you wish to save.[​IMG]
    Step 8-Once you have completed running laps exit the Free Run using the start button on your controller or the equivalent on your wheel. This will bring you back to the pre race screen. Select "Save Ghost Replay" from the options at the bottom of the screen. This will bring you to the save screen and your last saved replay will be at the top of the list. Hit "X" and confirm save by hitting "X" again. Once the file is saved you can use the circle button to return to the pre race screen.[​IMG]
    Now you have a ghost replay saved of the best lap time you achieved during your last session. Now you can transfer the replay you saved to your PC and upload it using one of our online forms.
    See uploading or sharing a ghost replay.
     
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