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I have now purchased 2 games on Steam with soundtracks included. Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Left Overs and Quantum Conundrum. I am disappointed to find that the soundtracks are not accessibly from the Steam client, but instead by navigating through the game directories.

I thought the "Media" section of Steam would be where the soundtracks would be locatable. I appear to be wrong, and currently to me this section seems to yield no purpose.

What exactly is this section for?

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This question may prove useful. The Steam Media area seems to do with videos and certain soundtracks. Dunno on the client, but I don't think the client and website are largely different.

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    Yep, it's for game trailers, movies and the like. For example the 'Meet the Engineer' and such from TF2 end up in here if you download the movie rather than stream it.
    – Neon1024
    Commented Jul 27, 2012 at 8:26
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It is for downloading media off of the Steam website.

Under any video on the steam website, there is a button labelled "Download".

Download button below a video on the Steam website

Clicking that button, will download the video (like a game) into your Steam client, but into that "Media" section.

A Steam video in the Media section

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