X

REGISTER TO CUSTOMIZE
YOUR NEWS AND GET ALERTS
ON Xbox One Gameplay Footage Can Be Shared Anywhere through SkyDrive Storage

Click the box below to confirm you are over 13, not a robot, and agree to our Privacy Policy & Terms and Conditions
No thanks, take me to EGMNOW
X
Customize your news
for instant alerts on
Xbox One Gameplay Footage Can Be Shared Anywhere through SkyDrive Storage
Register below
(it only takes seconds)
Click the box below to confirm you are over 13, not a robot, and agree to our Privacy Policy & Terms and Conditions


X
X


 

Xbox One one users will be able to upload and share their gameplay footage recorded through the system’s Game DVR through Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud storage service.

After capturing gameplay footage by snapping the Game DVR, which grabs anywhere from 30 seconds to five full minutes of footage upon hearing the vocal command “Xbox, record that” and editing the clip in the Upload Studio, players can push the video, saved as a 720p mp4 file, to their Xbox Game Clips folder on SkyDrive and access that video across any smartphone, tablet, or PC.

SkyDrive affords 7GB of storage space free at start, and offers three additional plans that add 50, 100, or 200GB of storage.

You can check out the Game DVR and Upload Studio in action by way of the video embedded below.

The Game DVR, Upload Studio, and SkyDrive integration will be functional when the Xbox One launches this Friday, November 22. Live streaming through Twitch, however, won’t be available until 2014, Microsoft announced earlier today.

0   POINTS
0   POINTS


Xbox One Gameplay Footage Can Be Shared Anywhere through SkyDrive Storage

By | 11/19/2013 02:56 PM PT

News

Xbox One one users will be able to upload and share their gameplay footage recorded through the system’s Game DVR through Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud storage service.

After capturing gameplay footage by snapping the Game DVR, which grabs anywhere from 30 seconds to five full minutes of footage upon hearing the vocal command “Xbox, record that” and editing the clip in the Upload Studio, players can push the video, saved as a 720p mp4 file, to their Xbox Game Clips folder on SkyDrive and access that video across any smartphone, tablet, or PC.

SkyDrive affords 7GB of storage space free at start, and offers three additional plans that add 50, 100, or 200GB of storage.

You can check out the Game DVR and Upload Studio in action by way of the video embedded below.

The Game DVR, Upload Studio, and SkyDrive integration will be functional when the Xbox One launches this Friday, November 22. Live streaming through Twitch, however, won’t be available until 2014, Microsoft announced earlier today.

0   POINTS
0   POINTS