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How to use Windows 10's Game DVR to record videos of your PC gaming

Nick Mediati | Sept. 21, 2015
The Game DVR makes it easy to share game clips with your Xbox-using friends. Here's how to use it.

While you’re in the Settings, be sure to try out some of the other options in there! You can set your own keyboard shortcuts for Game DVR features, change the maximum length of each recording (one hour, two hours, or 30 minutes), and change the video quality. You can also set the Game DVR to automatically run in the background when you’re playing a game, which activates the ability to press Win + Alt + G to automatically save the last 30 seconds of gameplay—a nifty feature for when you just pulled off an astounding move spur-of-the-moment. Play around with each of the settings and see what each does.


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