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Microsoft shows off Xbox One's recording and sharing


11:30 AM on 11.19.2013



Major Nelson, the poster child for the Xbox, posted a video showing how the recording function will work on the Xbox One. In it, Kyle Lampe uses his voice to command the Xbox One to record gameplay, edit the clip, and upload it to SkyDrive. Once on SkyDrive, you'll be able to share it to YouTube or Facebook.

This looks like a pretty sweet-looking feature, and it will be interesting to see people share more of their gaming clips.






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