what are the pc system requirements to record game clips in the xbox app
One of system requirements to record game clips in the xbox app is using Game DVR on Windows 10. To record game clips with Game DVR on Windows 10 you need video cards hardware requirements. See list video cards in below to record game clips in the xbox app with Game DVR on Windows 10:
- AMD: AMD Radeon HD 7700 series, HD 7700M series, HD 8500 series, HD 8500M series, R9 series, and R7 series or later.
- NVIDIA: GeForce 600 series or later, GeForce 800M series or later, Quadro Kxxx series or later.
- Intel: Intel HD graphics 4200 or later, Intel Iris Graphics 5100 or later.
After you know support video cards to record game clips with Game DVR, you must check the video card on your PC. To check it please go to the search box on the taskbar and search for “Device Manager.” In Device Manager, expand Display adapters.
Note: If your PC can’t record game clips, you’ll see one of the following messages to let you know it won’t work:
Sorry, this PC doesn’t meet the hardware requirements for recording clips. For more info, go to Game bar settings.
Sorry, this PC doesn’t meet the hardware requirements for recording clips. Learn more.
If you see one of these error messages, it means you’ll need to upgrade your video card to record game clips. You always have the option to take a screenshot of your game, even if you don’t have one of these video cards.
While you’re playing a game, press the Windows logo key+G to open the Game bar. If a program has already been identified as a game, the Game bar will appear, as shown below:
- The Xbox button launches the Xbox App, which alternates with your gamerpic.
- Press the camera icon to take a screenshot.
- The Record that button turns the most recent few moments of gameplay into a game clip when background recording is turned on. To turn it on, go to Game bar > Settings > Record game in the background.
- The Record button starts and stops a recording. While you’re recording, a timer shows the length of the clip.
- The Settings button opens a pop-up window that allows you to control Game DVR settings. Learn more at Adjust Game DVR settings on Windows 10.
- The Move button lets you change where the Game bar appears on the screen.
- The first time you use the Game bar with a particular game, you’ll asked if you want to open the Game bar. Select the checkbox to confirm that program is a game.
Some games may block your ability to record. If so, you’ll see the following notification:
- Game bar won’t appear for some PC games in full-screen mode. To start and stop recordings without using the Game bar, use the keyboard shortcut Windows logo key+Alt+R to start and stop recording. The screen will flash to indicate the start and end of recording. If background recording is turned on, Windows logo key+Alt+G will record the last few moments of gameplay.
- If the shortcuts don’t work for a full-screen game, press the Windows logo key+G. The screen will flash twice to confirm that the game is recognized. Then, open the game in full screen again.
Keyboard shortcuts for Game DVR include:
- Windows logo key+G: Open the Game bar
- Windows logo key+Alt+G: Record the last few moments of game play (You can change the amount of time recorded in Game bar > Settings.)
- Windows logo key+Alt+R: Start/stop recording
- Windows logo key+Alt+Print Screen: Take a screenshot of your game
- Windows logo key+Alt+T: Show/hide the recording timer
- Windows logo key+Alt+M: Start/stop microphone recording
Note: To use setup and use customized keyboard shortcuts, press Windows logo key+G, select Settings > Shortcuts and adjust the settings there.