How to Download Xbox Clips
The Xbox One console allows players to record gameplay clips that can be exported externally or uploaded to various channels. Here’s how to download Xbox clips.
First, it is worth refreshing our memories on how to actually record your gameplay clips in the first place.
To do so, when you are in a game, press the Xbox button on your controller and open the menu and then press the X button to record a clip. If you want to record a longer clip, press the Xbox button as you did previously, but this time press the view button to select different capture options.
Once you have taken your game clip, you can share it a number of different ways, depending on whether you’d like to save it to Cloud storage or a social media channel, or if you’d rather save it to a physical drive.
Assuming you want to actually download your clips to a PC, you will first want to upload to your OneDrive and then access the program from a PC to download to that device. This can all be done via OneDrive.live, where you can find your clips under Videos>Xbox Game DVR.
If you have already shared your clips or screenshots on Xbox Live then you can access and download them from XboxDVR if you are using a Windows 10 PC logged in with the same Xbox Live account. Your PC should have the App preinstalled.
All you’ll need to do is open the App, sign into your account, select Game DVR, click on Xbox Live, and select the clip you want to download.
This can also be done via the XboxDVR website, too.
Simply open the website, enter your Gamertag in the box, and then you’ll be able to find your clips once logged in. Don’t worry about actually starting a new account or anything, this is all part of the Xbox Live service that you’re automatically part of by having an Xbox Live Gamertag.
That is all the information you should need about how to download Xbox clips. For more useful tips and guides on the Xbox One console, search Twinfinite.
Question: How do you download Xbox clips?
Answer: You can either download them via OneDrive.live or via XboxDVR (either the app or their website) to your PC.