How To Record Game Play and Put On Youtube?

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  1. Posts : 36
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       #11

    If you have Intel HD Graphics on your computer, then something like OBS is your best bet. Windows 10 has some sort of intergrated feature to record gameplay, but I haven't gotten it to work yet. Intel HD Graphics is not bad by any means if you're just playing games every once in while.
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       #12

    Yep. Okay. That Windows thing I looked into a few days ago. And went away because it seemed to need something else.

    I just looked into it again. It needs the xbox app which is freely available I think.

    I find I must have it on this computer because win+G brings up the 'Game Bar', that's what they call it.

    How that happened I don't know. Must be because of me doing a complete reinstall on this machine, system disk hidden partition screwed up and I had to put all new Win10 on it. Must have come with that.

    Thanks for reminding me about it. I'll try it out, seeing I've got it....

    :)


    It turns out it only works if you're involved with some other thing.
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  3. Posts : 73
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       #13

    In making a quick video for YouTube you can make use of video editor with built-in screen recording function like BeeCut. This will allow you to record your screen and then edit it right away.
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