Saving Texture2D as a PNG image to HDD in Standalone build.

Hey guys! Do you know about any good way to encode and save a PNG image to local HDD in a Standalone build? I know it isn’t possible in WebPlayer, but it hopefully is in Standalone.

– David

Here you go:

 import System.IO;
 function SaveTextureToFile( texture: Texture2D,fileName)
    var bytes=texture.EncodeToPNG();
    var file = new File.Open(Application.dataPath + "/"+fileName,FileMode.Create);
    var binary= new BinaryWriter(file);

Call it using:

 var myTexture: Texture2D;
 function Startup()
     SaveTextureToFile( myTexture,"picture.png");

Enjoy :slight_smile:

** NOTE: The texture has to be readable. If its a texture that you’ve made should be ok but if you have imported then you need to make it readable.

string file_path = “PATH/FILENAME.PNG”;
byte filedata = texture2d.EncodeToPNG();
using (var fs = new FileStream(file_path, FileMode.Create, FileAccess.Write))
fs.Write(fileData, 0, fileData.Length);


thath save file named Screenshot.png in a folder where u have executable.
Best way is making function for multiple screenshot for don’t overwrite exiting shot.and i use thath on conditional function with a keyboard press.

thanking you