If you've been enjoying recording and uploading gaming clips via Xbox One, you'll want to keep an eye out for an update tomorrow that will integrate Game DVR and Upload with YouTube, which should make throwing your highlight reels up on your channel decidedly simpler.
Once you've recorded a moment you're not too embarrassed to share, you can now upload it inside the YouTube app straight to your channel. Voila! It's definitely just like you're a professional videogame streamer now or whatever. Well, not quite. But you're well on your way. If anything, it should be much easier to toss up a cool moment to share with friends straight from the console without waiting to do so from the PC or capture card and all that mess. This feature will be specific to Xbox Live Gold members, so be advised if this is something you're interested in checking out.
Incidentally, the GoPro Channel is also launching for Xbox 360 users, which is basically just what it sounds like: Dudebro TV for people who like sports and don't care who knows. Sports, adventure, and athletes are but a few of the categories available at launch, showcasing videos filmed with GoPro cameras. You'll be able to stream and curate GoPro videos and page through those offered via Microsoft and other users as well, with exclusive videos posted for the Xbox community one week earlier than anyone else.
If checking out trick shots and other sportsball highlights is your thing, Brave Adventurer, you can buy GoPro cameras and accessories directly through the app. Xbox One support is coming this summer.
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