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New Video Sharing Features With Xbox One

Posted on Monday, June 10 @ 10:44:58 PST by Keri_Honea

The Xbox One will have two new ways to share your gameplay videos. Your gameplay will be automatically recorded via the device's DVR, so after you finish a match or a scene, you can instantly upload the video to an editing studio for editing and sharing with your friends.

Or if you want to show how awesome you are now, you can also instantly broadcast your gameplay to all of your friends via Twitch.TV.

In addition, Microsoft announced that they are freeing your Friends' list, so you will no longer be limited to only 100 friends. Now the whole world can be your friend, if you consider that a good thing.
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