Games Retrospect Posted August 13, 2018 Share Posted August 13, 2018 I don't have a capture device yet, so I was looking for alternative ways of recording gameplay from consoles I already have. The Xbox One immediately came to mind because the console's operating system has record capabilities built in, so I think I'm going to be using that from now on. On top of that, I believe the Upload Studio app lets you record up to 30 minutes of gameplay which is quite handy. So here's my question: can I connect another console via HDMI in and record gameplay from that? That would save me a lot of time until I can save enough money to import a capture device, so I was wondering if I could connect a, let's say, SNES Classic Edition to the Xbox One and use the capture capabilities of the latter to record videos... which I would then upload to the PC so that I can edit them. I know it's a hassle and the process involves too many devices, but I was wondering if anyone tried this. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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