Xbox One Game DVR Clips Can Only Be Shared on Xbox Live at Launch

September 23, 2013 - GamePolitics Staff

In an Interview with Destructoid Microsoft senior director of product planning and management Albert Penello said that Xbox One Game DVR clips will only be shareable on Xbox Live at launch.

DVR clips are captured in 720p at 30 frames-per-second. The Xbox One will automatically record the last five minutes of gameplay. Gamers can say "Xbox Record" at any time to begin recording content at any point. After the clip is recorded, players can edit it, add voice-overs and add picture-in-picture through the Kinect. The Xbox One will also support external video capture devices.

Sharing these clips on popular services such as YouTube and Facebook won't be possible until "next year" according to Panello. Microsoft's DVR gameplay sharing services also requires an Xbox Live Gold account.

The Xbox One launches in North America for $500 on November 22.

Source: GameSpot


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Re: Xbox One Game DVR Clips Can Only Be Shared on Xbox Live ...

Video editing... with Kinect?

They're joking, right?

 
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