How to record gameplay for use in a video?


How can I record the gameplay video and audio from a video game system so I can use it in a video?

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How to Record from Your Video Game Console System

"How many times have you wondered how in the world people put their gameplay footage from Xbox 360 and PS3 on YouTube and have such good quality? One YouTube director is creating a series that is a walkthrough for getting started."

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You are going to need to buy a few things, if you don’t already own them. IGN did a nice writeup on game capture hardware used to record game footage back in the summer. Check it out, it will probably be helpful.

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