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Fable 3 Shenanigans at 1080p (Exported for 720p) (Xbox Consoles)

I was exhausted after that guy’s mind conjured an image of me running “for the better part of the day”, but “you won’t catch me taking a bath.” These are my Fable 3 Shenanigans recorded with Upload Studio for Xbox Consoles on my Xbox One, at the 1080p setting. In order to make this short video with the highlights, it was downgraded to 720p in exporting, but still looks much better than the 720p native recording.

Observations from this 1080p recording:
– Even downgraded, textures are much more crisp. Not downgraded, the sharpness is as good as the original game on my television screen.
– Overall less blurriness when running around (downgraded).
– Cutscenes are sharp, so are action sequences. No blurring in fight scenes with quick movements.
– Grass is as detailed and sharp as stone.
– After 1 hour of recording, the file size was 4.23 GB, definitely a down side, but well worth it to have the best possible quality when recording game play on an Xbox console.

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Fable 3 Shenanigans at 720p (Exported for 720p) (Xbox Consoles)

While I was busy playing the lute and making pies, my husband had a gift for me he was insisting I take. These are my Fable 3 Shenanigans, recorded with Upload Studio for Xbox Consoles on my Xbox One, at the 720p setting.

Observations from this 720p recording:
– Cut scenes looks fairly good.
– When running around, textures blur a bit. If they have more detail, there is more blurring. Grass is blurrier than stones.
– Overall textures aren’t that great.
– Action sequences move nicely, but blur when there are quick actions going on.
– With an unmoving camera, the image looks sharper than when it’s moving.
– File size after 1 hour of recording was 1.76 GB, a fair size.

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How To Record HD Game Play for 1 Hour (Xbox Consoles)

One of the frustrating things about being an Xbox gamer is that there is no built in program that allows us to record Game Play footage at high resolution for long periods of time. We have to go in round about ways to figure it out. So in this video, I explain exactly how to record game play from your Xbox console for up to a full hour in HD. I showcase my own test from a 720p recording and from a 1080p recording (which was downgraded afterwards, though the difference is very apparent between 720p and 1080p). Upload Studio typically lets you record up to 10 minutes max, but with an external drive, you can record a full hour. Also, the Windows 10 game bar let’s you record for longer, but if you’Ve tried it, you know that the screen blurs, so Upload Studio and an external drive is the best way to record HD game footage for mroe than 5 minutes, up to an hour. This tutorial explains how to set things up.

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