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  1. Xbox One's Upload Studio is getting a huge update with numerous new features, Xbox Live's Major Nelson explains. Xbox Live executive, Larry Hyb (Major Nelson) talks us through many of the new features that are coming to Upload Studio in a demonstrational video. Users can now create videos with up to fifteen segments with a maximum runtime of thirty minutes. Users will now have access to other new editing tools such as voice overs and text overlays when putting together videos. Larry also showed off more new enhanced tools such as transitions, intros, splash screens, templates and more with many different styles and designs to choose from. Users will also be able to use their Kinect camera that adds a green screen effect for further video customization and editing. The new update has begun to roll out to Xbox One consoles. To get the full scoop on the big update here is the video where Larry Hryb shows us everything that's coming. What are your thoughts on the new Xbox One Upload Studio update?
  2. This is actually new to me as I have just stumbled upon some news about this Xbox One feature after it has been known for a couple of months, it's called Xbox One upload studio. Xbox One upload studio is a tool that allows users to edit, theme and share videos they have recorded from their video games and present them on their own channel for other gamers to see. Each users channel will most likely be attached to and accessible from that users own Xbox One profile. If you had an amazing, funny or weird moment while playing a game you could record it and upload it to your channel for the Xbox community to see. Quoted from news.xbox.com "At EVO 2013, one fan went undefeated for hours in “Killer Instinct” until at long last the best player on the “Killer Instinct” development team was able to defeat them. Using Game DVR, they were able to record the best parts of the highly competitive set of three matches. With Upload Studio, they were able to quickly turn it into a stylized video clip that could be shown off locally, like during a panel at Comic-Con, or broadcast through Xbox Live for the world to see." "If you want to share gameplay footage immediately without editing it, Xbox One also supports that. Simply say “Xbox record” at any time and the console will record what happens next for you to send to your friends or upload to the Internet." Here is a video from IGN with Xbox's Creative Director Matt White giving a brief walkthrough on how it works.
  3. Xbox One's Upload Studio is getting a huge update with numerous new features, Xbox Live's Major Nelson explains. Xbox Live executive, Larry Hyb (Major Nelson) talks us through many of the new features that are coming to Upload Studio in a demonstrational video. Users can now create videos with up to fifteen segments with a maximum runtime of thirty minutes. Users will now have access to other new editing tools such as voice overs and text overlays when putting together videos. Larry also showed off more new enhanced tools such as transitions, intros, splash screens, templates and more with many different styles and designs to choose from. Users will also be able to use their Kinect camera that adds a green screen effect for further video customization and editing. The new update has begun to roll out to Xbox One consoles. To get the full scoop on the big update here is the video where Larry Hryb shows us everything that's coming. What are your thoughts on the new Xbox One Upload Studio update? This post has been promoted to an article
  4. This is actually new to me as I have just stumbled upon some news about this Xbox One feature after it has been known for a couple of months, it's called Xbox One upload studio. Xbox One upload studio is a tool that allows users to edit, theme and share videos they have recorded from their video games and present them on their own channel for other gamers to see. Each users channel will most likely be attached to and accessible from that users own Xbox One profile. If you had an amazing, funny or weird moment while playing a game you could record it and upload it to your channel for the Xbox community to see. Quoted from news.xbox.com "At EVO 2013, one fan went undefeated for hours in “Killer Instinct” until at long last the best player on the “Killer Instinct” development team was able to defeat them. Using Game DVR, they were able to record the best parts of the highly competitive set of three matches. With Upload Studio, they were able to quickly turn it into a stylized video clip that could be shown off locally, like during a panel at Comic-Con, or broadcast through Xbox Live for the world to see." "If you want to share gameplay footage immediately without editing it, Xbox One also supports that. Simply say “Xbox record” at any time and the console will record what happens next for you to send to your friends or upload to the Internet." Here is a video from IGN with Xbox's Creative Director Matt White giving a brief walkthrough on how it works. This post has been promoted to an article
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