Knowing how to record game play on Xbox One is a skill that everyone should know, especially since sharing of game highlights has become an integral part of the landscape of modern video games. Fortunately, the latest generation of consoles makes it easier than ever to capture and send pictures, even without any dedicated equipment like expensive photo cards. Preparing for one on one with a friend in Street Fighter V? Or maybe you switch up to meet a difficult boss in your latest RPG? Anyway, you will want to know how to capture the moment and we are here to show you.
How to play a gameplay video on Xbox One
You do not always know when your best game moments will happen, but Xbox One uses a useful buffer that records the last five minutes of gaming, giving you a good time about opportunities to capture some amazing game moments.
The Xbox One Interface only allows you to record games in the movie, but if you need to record the menus, you still need to use an external card.
Touch the Xbox button  To share a cool moment you've just experienced while playing a game, just press the Xbox button in your center at the top of your controls. This opens a menu or "guide" that Microsoft likes to call it. At the bottom of the screen to the right of the wizard you will find some choices that include taking a screenshot, recording pictures and adjusting capture options.
Touch Y to take a screenshot
If you want to take a screenshot, most of the work has already been done. When you press the Xbox button on your controls, a screenshot of the image on the screen is already ready and all you need to do is save Y.
Press X to share the latest game
To share the latest gigs, just press X and your Xbox One will automatically take the last 30 seconds of images it has saved in the buffer. This is the default time for a clip, which is good for most game highlights, especially moments as the dramatic comeback combo finisher in your latest Street Fighter match.
Touch the View button to record games
The little circular key above the D pad of your Xbox controller is called the Show button. Pressing it while in the guided screen gives you more options for taking pictures and taking screenshots. These options include recording of upcoming games and saving a clip of different length from the buffer.
If you select "Record from now", start a recording that you can manually exit by first pressing the Xbox button and then X.
Title information longer game clip
According to Xbox support, you can play back Up to 10 minutes of play at a time on Xbox One's internal storage space, depending on image resolution and how much space is available on the hard drive. By connecting an external hard drive, you can extend the amount of time you can record up to an hour.
To change the location of where your clips are saved or change the resolution as it is recorded, go to the wizard and select Settings then Broadcast & Capture, or simply navigate to the satellite icon tab. You can select "Advanced" from here to get a more detailed setup screen, which includes several different resolution options, including 720p.
On Xbox One X we could record as long as five minutes by choosing a 720p resolution instead of the standard 1080p, which attracts two minutes. This screen allows you to capture 4K in HDR, but the reduced clip length allowed in this resolution makes it a less than ideal option to share your play.
To view and export your game clip
To watch your movie immediately after saving, hold down the Xbox button when the blue message confirms that the recording has saved. From this overlay you can view your new clip, upload it to Xbox Live or Microsoft OneDrive (if it's created and connected to your Xbox account), delete the clip or go to manage all your saved games. If you choose Edit, you will be sent to Microsoft's free upload application or until it is entered into the store if you have not downloaded it.
To view your game clips at any time, press the Xbox button to download the wizard, select Settings and Delete and Capture (or navigate to the satellite symbol tab) and then select " Latest Captors ". On this screen you will see a chronological list of all recently
You can also handle all your clips by selecting "See all" at the bottom. Here you can delete, sort or share clips for your Activity Flow, Xbox Clubs, a Linked Twitter Account, or your OneDrive.