Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and looking for any reason to use his fog machine and homemade blood.
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With the roll out of with Windows 10 you can now record your PC games through the Windows Xbox App’s Game DVR. You can record up to two hours of game footage.
During the game you can pull up the Game bar, which allows you to access the controls. (Record, Pause, etc). While gaming on the PC you have access to quick key strokes that will allow you to access the controls or just start recording without the game bar.
- •If you’re playing a full-screen PC game, Game bar won’t appear. Press the Windows logo key + Alt + R to start recording a clip, then press it again to stop. You’ll see the screen flash when the recording starts and ends. If you’ve already turned on background recording, press the Windows logo key + Alt + G to record the last 30 seconds.
•Some games block the Windows logo key, but you can create your own keyboard shortcuts for Game bar. Go to Start > Xbox > Settings > Game DVR > Keyboard shortcuts to get started. If the new shortcuts don’t work, the game might be blocking all keys, and you won’t be able to use Game bar.