Are you a gamer? And want to know how to access the Steam screenshot folder? Yeah, you have come to the right place. Follow us to solve your problem now. In any game you stream, you can proceed through clicking a hotkey on your keyboard i.e F12 to snap a screenshot of your current in game screen.
You can share this screenshot of your in game screen in social media platforms like instagram, Twitter, YouTube, wherever you want, Snapchat, WhatsApp, etc. Or you can even publish this screenshot in your gaming stream profile too. However, sometimes you might face the issues regarding screenshot of being unable to locate on their platforms.
How To Find Your SteamID?
If you don’t know where is your stream Id located, you can get it by accessing your Steam client settings.
Click on the view tab and then choose settings. You will be redirected to the interface and you will find a box that reads “Display Steam URL address when available”. Check it and save.
Now access your stream profile and click on View profile Option. You will get a number at the end located in the URL. That is your SteamID.
There are two ways you can access those pictures is as follows: one is to access them via the screenshot manager in the steam and the other is to access them through external hard drive storage (HDD /SSD).follow the below methods to get your problem been solved.
Method 1: Screenshot Manager
In this method, You can use your steam client to view all the pictures taken in-game during Stream.
Step1: open your game stream window on your PC.
Step2: On the upper left side of the panel screen where all the dropdown menus are located, click on [view screenshots].
Step3: By accessing your stream Screenshot Manager, you can upload the desired picture or delete it.
You can also access and view the Screenshots directly through your hard drive disk (HDD) by clicking [show on disk] button.
You can also delete specific pictures permanently from your hard disk drive directly from this folder.
Method 2: Accessing The Screenshot Folder Physically
Step1: There is a default setting associated with screenshots that they save directly into the folder located into users PC.
Step2: Access The folder where all the pictures are saved physically and are located in your stream where it has been installed.
By default, this location is set into the Local disk drive C.
Open your drive:
C:\ Programfiles (x86) \ Steam \ userdata\ <yourSteamID> \ 760 \ remote\ <app – ID> \ screenshots
If you haven’t changed your path during installation, then You might find your pictures into the stream folder inside program files. This is the path described above.
You can easily access the screenshots of your stream which is located inside your personal computer’s disk storage itself. Thank you