Xbox Scorpio GameDVR Support Detailed

4K/60 fps capture.

Posted By | On 06th, Apr. 2017 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

Microsoft has some truly impressive plans for their GameDVR feature, which lets you record and share your gameplay on Xbox One, with the upcoming Xbox One Scorpio. By using the next gen media hardware in the system, Microsoft is aiming to provide 4K/60fps video capture- with no performance hit, either, thanks to the HEVC codec.

“Even though a lot of this content will be 1080p, we’ll have the benefit of HEVC, the ultra high bit-rate, so we’ll be able to do those retroactive screen captures at a really high quality,” Microsoft’s Andrew Goossen said to Eurogamer.

You’ll be getting a killer feature as a result of this, too. Microsoft is calling it ‘retroactive screenshots,’ which will let you delve into your saved videos, frame by frame, until you get the one you want and import it as a screenshot. The good news in all this is that all of this will also be compatible with backward compatible Xbox 360, and existing Xbox One games, too. It sounds like Microsoft truly wants to cultivate the Xbox ecosystem, and make it worthwhile for its customers to invest in it.

Awesome Stuff that you might be interested in

  • In case you seek stable on line home-based advertising opportunity but yet tired with on-line ponzi schemes then this really is what you need. I started off doing this work 2 yrs now and I am obtaining 7 thousand bucks or more on monthly basis successfully. You may also make funds just like me… Visit the info >>>>>>>>>>>

  • In case you seeking for reliable web-based home-based venture and you are frustrated with on-line gimmicks then this is certainly what you were seeking for. I began working on this job two yrs back and Now I am receiving Seven Thousand dollars or over each month easily. Start receiving income just like me… Visit the info >>>>>>>>>>>

  • Mark

    Gears 4 in 4K DVR captures? Heeeel yeuh. Can’t wait to get a nasty 4K tv later this yr

    • C. Hoffer

      use to review TV’s before you purchase.
      Look for high 2020 Color support, low burn in, low latency (in game mode and out of game mode) and check both 1080p/4k.
      At this point, last years Samsung high end line was some of the best.

    • Mark

      Man thx Hoffer. I’m sure ur info will pay off. It’s like every time I think I know what to look for, there’s something else to learn wit these 4K TVs man! But u know, that’s why I’m waiting for holiday, so I can do homework and get the best TV for me. 120hz refresh, HDR, low latency (<30ms), and now gonna look into ur link soon.


Copyright © 2009-2017 All Rights Reserved.