Have you ever wanted to share video of amazing moments of the game you are playing? Maybe there’s a perfectly timed shootout in a Call of Duty season, or maybe you’re still excited by the great runs and goals in FIFA. PS4 and Xbox One allow you to record gameplay footage with the press of a button, but until now, PC gamers had to use third party tools with services like Steam, Fraps, or GeForce Experience to do it. Windows 10 finally lets you record your game footage in a simple way through the Xbox app that comes with the OS.
The built-in Game DVR feature on Windows 10 is extremely simple to use, and is also compatible with Xbox One controllers, so it’s one of the better options if you want to share your game footage.
First you need to check if Game DVR is enabled or not. Go to Xbox One app on your Windows 10 PC, select Adjustment and then choose game dvr tab.
Here, the first option is to toggle Game DVR functionality on or off. If it is off click the toggle to turn it on.
You can also change what is recorded. By default, hitting record that The button saves the last 30 seconds of gameplay to a game clip. You can change this in the settings.
While you’re playing a game, press Windows Key + G (or Xbox button if you’re using a controller) to open the Game bar.
press record that switch.
If you want to take longer videos, click record button instead. It puts the video in ‘File Explorer\Video\Captures’ folder by default. Each video is identified by the title of the game. When recording starts, a timer shows you how long you’ve been recording. By default the maximum recording time is one hour. This can be changed in the settings.
To stop recording, bring up the game bar again and press the red stop button.
When you use the Game Bar with a game for the first time, you will be asked to recognize the program as a game before the Game Bar appears. Click the checkbox that appears to confirm that the program is a game. That’s all there is to it, the Game DVR function is a super simple way to save your gaming pride in a pinch. The fact that it works in the PC game client makes it one of the more convenient Windows 10 features.
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