Microsoft added lots of features that attract gamers towards the Windows 10, features like preinstalled Xbox app (allow connecting with Xbox One and Xbox 360), Game DVR thorough which user can take screenshots and record game play clips, and support for streaming Xbox One games to a Windows 10 system or tablet.
Windows 10 is packed with a “Game bar” feature, users can easily access that feature with a simple shortcut (Windows key + G). This allows quick access to gaming features, bar features five buttons:
- Xbox app shortcut
- generate recording of the previous 30 seconds, à la Xbox One’s “Xbox, record that” — but only if background recording is enabled (hotkey: Win + Alt + G)
- take a screenshot (hotkey: Win + Alt + PrtScn)
- start/stop recording (hotkey: Win + Alt + R)
- Game DVR settings
Windows 10 allows user to record gameplay footage and take screenshots of Windows PC games with the help of Game bar. Once can also use it as a screen recorder but with limited functionality. Through this feature once can take screenshots in PNG format and videos in MP4 format, and stores them in the following folder: C:\Users\[your username]\Videos\Captures.
But before using the Game bar feature, it is recommended to configure settings for the Game DVR feature. Enable or disable it completely, and try to replace the default keyboard shortcuts with hotkeys of your choosing. But you cannot change the output folder for videos and screenshots.
Record footage of game through Game bar option
Recording gameplay vido is the primary task of this feature, Press Win + G to open up the bar and select Win + Alt + R to start the recording and apply the same command to stop the recording. If background recording is on then you can use the Win + Alt + G command to spit out a clip of the last 30 seconds of game play.
While recording video you can also capture a screenshot with the help of command Win + Alt + Print Screen. It will save the both videos and screenshots to your computer with the name of the game and a timestamp in the filename.
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Capture Screen through Game bar feature
Windows 10’s Game bar also allows to capture the, this is the function that has need third-party software until now. Press Win + G on your desktop or in a file folder won’t do anything. Also, when user try to open the Game bar for the first time in a particular app, a pop-up appear asking you to confirm that that’s what you want to do and click a check box saying, “Yes, this is a game.”
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