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#1 HawkMan

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 06:05

The XBOX ONE allows you to share gameplay videos without disrupting our gameplay haing to click an awkwardly placed button on the controller.

You can either use the kinect and just tell it to record, or the ame developers wil be able to automatically record videos when they know something cool will happen, or they detect something cool has happened.

"We're going to give game developers access so they can actually go out there and record your magic moment for you because they'll be likely to know when something epic is about to happen in the game," Kilgore said. "Single-player [moments] or it could be something like you just make 10 head shots in a row. Something really cool is happening, and you're on a rampage, I'm going to grab a magic moment for you because I'm smart enough to detect that, you know, you're capturing the flag and and your last 10 yards before you get to the base sort of thing."


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Posted 23 May 2013 - 06:13

I will always prefer clicking a button then say smth like "XBOX ONE record".
Its faster and you know its going to work.

#3 George P

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 10:43

I will always prefer clicking a button then say smth like "XBOX ONE record".
Its faster and you know its going to work.


And move my fingers away from more important buttons? No way.

Also, they said it's an option, the game can record on it's own if you want it to it sounds like, which I think is kinda cool.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 10:53

Wonderful. Can I also yell xbox power off when I walk into someones house and have their system shut off mid-game, or do I have to use my smart phone to record them saying it then just replay the sound clip??

Either way constantly yelling at the system to do stuff like start skype calls and open internet explorer will be fun when I'm at a gaming friends place...

I also think this is bulls*** as the system knows what happened in the game and just recreates it, i doubt it actually 'detects awesome' and records it before happening.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:04

So 500GB will be full in like 5 minutes.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:09

Wonderful. Can I also yell xbox power off when I walk into someones house and have their system shut off mid-game, or do I have to use my smart phone to record them saying it then just replay the sound clip??

Either way constantly yelling at the system to do stuff like start skype calls and open internet explorer will be fun when I'm at a gaming friends place...

I also think this is bulls*** as the system knows what happened in the game and just recreates it, i doubt it actually 'detects awesome' and records it before happening.


It records constantly, and saves the buffer when a "magic moment" occurs or is detected by one of the methods the game can implement to do it.

So 500GB will be full in like 5 minutes.


Anyone with a full HD PVR will tell you how wrong that is.

I'm also sure you'll have to go in after the gamign session and tell it what "Magic moment" clips you want to actually keep, or they will be delected as the allocated space runs out.

Wonderful. Can I also yell xbox power off when I walk into someones house and have their system shut off mid-game, or do I have to use my smart phone to record them saying it then just replay the sound clip??

Either way constantly yelling at the system to do stuff like start skype calls and open internet explorer will be fun when I'm at a gaming friends place...

I also think this is bulls*** as the system knows what happened in the game and just recreates it, i doubt it actually 'detects awesome' and records it before happening.


You can probably record manually by clicking the guide button and selecting save this as well if you would rather spend 5-10 seconds doing that instead of just telling it to record with no pause.

the Kinect also recognizes different people and don't allow malicious voice commands.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:22

So 500GB will be full in like 5 minutes.


Well, my uncompressed 1080p rip of avatar is 17GB, so you might be OK.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:31

Do they have a dedicated AVC encoder in there or does this recording take away from the precious CPU time?

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:34

Most likely, so far this hasn't been specified for either platform. and both of them live record everything.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:34

Wonderful. Can I also yell xbox power off when I walk into someones house and have their system shut off mid-game, or do I have to use my smart phone to record them saying it then just replay the sound clip??

Either way constantly yelling at the system to do stuff like start skype calls and open internet explorer will be fun when I'm at a gaming friends place...

I also think this is bulls*** as the system knows what happened in the game and just recreates it, i doubt it actually 'detects awesome' and records it before happening.


So, are you currently walking into friends houses and picking up a spare controller to interrupt their gaming? If not then why would you suddenly be a d**K with voice commands, that's gonna get real old real quick.

Also, detecting awesome would be very easy - things like were mentioned "you are 1 kill away from a 10 kill streak, it starts recording" or off my own head stuff like you jump off a ledge and the system knows your about to see an enemy and might get a great shot in - record. These things wont be too hard to do in all honesty.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:44

So, are you currently walking into friends houses and picking up a spare controller to interrupt their gaming? If not then why would you suddenly be a d**K with voice commands, that's gonna get real old real quick.


They don't have spare controllers for me to do that as its stands now :( Considering I am the controller with the X1, new possibilities arrise.

Honestly MS shouldn't even allow what I said above to happen, nevermind if I wanna be a d*ck or not.. Voice recognition should detect WHO is saying it not that it was said, and act on that... If what I said above IS true then hell, if my windows are open someone on the street walking by would be able to shut the system down! Im pretty sure MS has thought of this and acted accordingly. I hear kids mock their parents all the time when at their place playing games.. wouldn't be hard for them to get the hang of saying xbox off/xbox on, just to watch any lights and camera movement... Kind of like a cat who just discovered flushing the toilet.

I'm also gonna go with constantly recording everything, maybe to a 5GB constantly filling buffer or the cloud, and letting you see what it determined as 'awesome' by cutting a clip from that buffer, rather than detecting and recording *if* something awesome happens.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:52

They don't have spare controllers for me to do that as its stands now :( Considering I am the controller with the X1, new possibilities arrise.

Honestly MS shouldn't even allow what I said above to happen, nevermind if I wanna be a d*ck or not.. Voice recognition should detect WHO is saying it not that it was said, and act on that... If what I said above IS true then hell, if my windows are open someone on the street walking by would be able to shut the system down!

I'm also gonna go with constantly recording everything, maybe to a 5GB constantly filling buffer or the cloud, and letting you see what it determined as 'awesome' by cutting a clip from that buffer, rather than detecting and recording *if* something awesome happens.


Like I said, it would get real old real quick and if it was my house I'd just tell you to f**k off, seriously its like you picking the TV remote up and turning it off while playing - just not funny.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:55

They don't have spare controllers for me to do that as its stands now :( Considering I am the controller with the X1, new possibilities arrise.

Honestly MS shouldn't even allow what I said above to happen, nevermind if I wanna be a d*ck or not.. Voice recognition should detect WHO is saying it not that it was said, and act on that... If what I said above IS true then hell, if my windows are open someone on the street walking by would be able to shut the system down! Im pretty sure MS has thought of this and acted accordingly. I hear kids mock their parents all the time when at their place playing games.. wouldn't be hard for them to get the hang of saying xbox off/xbox on, just to watch any lights and camera movement... Kind of like a cat who just discovered flushing the toilet.

I'm also gonna go with constantly recording everything, maybe to a 5GB constantly filling buffer or the cloud, and letting you see what it determined as 'awesome' by cutting a clip from that buffer, rather than detecting and recording *if* something awesome happens.


It doesn't just use audio alone, it does take other things into account. It knows who you are and does log you in automatically so it IS using face recognition, it is checking to see if you're looking at the TV or not, if not then it'll ignore you. It does also check to see if you are holding a controller when a game is playing or not so I'm sure it does take that into account as well.

Long story short, if it can tell who I am and log me in then it can tell I'm the one giving it commands and not someone else.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 12:03

Along with that and voice detection, it also uses the array mice to tell where you are.

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 12:15

Like I said, it would get real old real quick and if it was my house I'd just tell you to f**k off, seriously its like you picking the TV remote up and turning it off while playing - just not funny.


No its not. Its not like that at all. The console turning off and the TV turning off is vastly different when playing a game on the console. You simply can't just turn the console back on and resume like if a TV was turned off. Well, maybe you can. PS4 will allow that. (tks geohot)

Either way its a pipe dream as mentioned as the kinect sees you and your mouth move, isn't hard to line that up to who's saying what.