Halo 3 Screenshots on 360

Hey I was just wondering if there’s a way that works for someone to take Halo 3 screenshots from their 360 and put it on a computer or phone. I tried file share, but I don’t know how to get a Bungie Pro account and if it costs anything and I tried using a usb, but Windows 10 doesn’t accept the type of file used by Xbox 360.

This is a link to your Halo 3 service record here on Waypoint. Click it then you will see Service Record (it’sin a blue font, just under Halo 3); click that and a drop-down list will appear. Click File Share and you are good to go. Click on the image you want to save and hit that download button.

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> This is a link to your Halo 3 service record here on Waypoint. Click it then you will see Service Record (it’sin a blue font, just under Halo 3); click that and a drop-down list will appear. Click File Share and you are good to go. Click on the image you want to save and hit that download button.

Is there any way of doing it for free?

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> > This is a link to your Halo 3 service record here on Waypoint. Click it then you will see Service Record (it’sin a blue font, just under Halo 3); click that and a drop-down list will appear. Click File Share and you are good to go. Click on the image you want to save and hit that download button.
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> Is there any way of doing it for free?

Bungie hasn’t had any control over the Halo games for ten years, making the Bungie Pro service non-operational. Uploading to your fileshare is and always has been free for people to do. The Bungie Pro service was just a way of upgrading your fileshare so you can upload more screenshots/maps/film clips.

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> > > This is a link to your Halo 3 service record here on Waypoint. Click it then you will see Service Record (it’sin a blue font, just under Halo 3); click that and a drop-down list will appear. Click File Share and you are good to go. Click on the image you want to save and hit that download button.
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> Bungie hasn’t had any control over the Halo games for ten years, making the Bungie Pro service non-operational. Uploading to your fileshare is and always has been free for people to do. The Bungie Pro service was just a way of upgrading your fileshare so you can upload more screenshots/maps/film clips.

It says that I need Xbox Live Gold to use File Share, so it’s not free and I can’t do it.

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> > > > This is a link to your Halo 3 service record here on Waypoint. Click it then you will see Service Record (it’sin a blue font, just under Halo 3); click that and a drop-down list will appear. Click File Share and you are good to go. Click on the image you want to save and hit that download button.
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> > Bungie hasn’t had any control over the Halo games for ten years, making the Bungie Pro service non-operational. Uploading to your fileshare is and always has been free for people to do. The Bungie Pro service was just a way of upgrading your fileshare so you can upload more screenshots/maps/film clips.
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> It says that I need Xbox Live Gold to use File Share, so it’s not free and I can’t do it.

You didn’t mention that you don’t have Xbox LIVE Gold, you only mentioned Bungie Pro which is a different service.
Uploading to your File Share is free if you have Xbox LIVE Gold, but if you don’t have it then you cannot upload files.

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> > > > > This is a link to your Halo 3 service record here on Waypoint. Click it then you will see Service Record (it’sin a blue font, just under Halo 3); click that and a drop-down list will appear. Click File Share and you are good to go. Click on the image you want to save and hit that download button.
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> > > > Is there any way of doing it for free?
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> > > Bungie hasn’t had any control over the Halo games for ten years, making the Bungie Pro service non-operational. Uploading to your fileshare is and always has been free for people to do. The Bungie Pro service was just a way of upgrading your fileshare so you can upload more screenshots/maps/film clips.
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> > It says that I need Xbox Live Gold to use File Share, so it’s not free and I can’t do it.
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> You didn’t mention that you don’t have Xbox LIVE Gold, you only mentioned Bungie Pro which is a different service.
> Uploading to your File Share is free if you have Xbox LIVE Gold, but if you don’t have it then you cannot upload files.

Ok, thanks anyway

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> > > > > > This is a link to your Halo 3 service record here on Waypoint. Click it then you will see Service Record (it’sin a blue font, just under Halo 3); click that and a drop-down list will appear. Click File Share and you are good to go. Click on the image you want to save and hit that download button.
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> > > > Bungie hasn’t had any control over the Halo games for ten years, making the Bungie Pro service non-operational. Uploading to your fileshare is and always has been free for people to do. The Bungie Pro service was just a way of upgrading your fileshare so you can upload more screenshots/maps/film clips.
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> > You didn’t mention that you don’t have Xbox LIVE Gold, you only mentioned Bungie Pro which is a different service.
> > Uploading to your File Share is free if you have Xbox LIVE Gold, but if you don’t have it then you cannot upload files.
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> Ok, thanks anyway

There might be another way, though my memory is very limited of it. Do you have access to an Xbox One? Or is it just an Xbox 360 you own?