Five minutes?

#1RufusNKenRSTierPosted 12/22/2013 12:34:50 AM(edited)
There's a dirty joke in there somewhere, but I'm too saddened to bother.

Can I at least tell the xbox to "record that" every five minutes to get a longer recording :P?

*edit* Wait, how do I tell it to automatically record the last five minutes when I say "Xbox, record that"? Do I have to say that, and then say "Xbox, snap dvr", then manually "end clip now" and tell it to save the last five minutes?

Also, is there a way I can mute and unmute my Kinect microphone at the touch of a button (or with a simple voice command)?

Since my old headset is not compatible with the Xbox One, I'll need to use the Kinect as a mic for now... (or use the headset the Xbox One came with). I'd like to be able to mute it when I need to, and unmute it when I'm done talking on the phone or whatever.
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#2DojoMaxPosted 12/22/2013 1:46:35 AM
You can set recording time in the options. Somewhere. But I've seen it.

Also.

Why not just use the mic that comes with the Xbox.
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#3RufusNKenRSTier(Topic Creator)Posted 12/22/2013 2:15:26 PM
Marqmax posted...
You can set recording time in the options. Somewhere. But I've seen it.

Also.

Why not just use the mic that comes with the Xbox.


Are you sure? I don't see a setting for it... and looking online, it seems like I HAVE to say "Xbox, snap upload" or "Xbox, snap dvr" and then manually select "end clip now".
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#4PutHaggarInSFPosted 12/22/2013 3:22:10 PM
Good question. Can't we record up to 20 minutes at a time?
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#5CyberEvilPosted 12/22/2013 3:44:56 PM
You snap it to get the five minute setting. Nothing longer at this point. It won't record your dash at any point which is why you can't run it and then switch to your game fullscreen to get longer than the last 30 seconds.
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#6SigmaLongshotPosted 12/22/2013 4:03:59 PM
As a director, view five minutes as the maximum you should expect from a single scene. In an actual movie this is really closer to two minutes. Think about the person watching more than yourself and your own vain achievement. Is this person getting a lot by viewing five whole minutes of you running about before knifing some guy in Battlefield 4? I certailnly would hazard the guess at... no.
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#7RufusNKenRSTier(Topic Creator)Posted 12/23/2013 3:55:48 PM
SigmaLongshot posted...
As a director, view five minutes as the maximum you should expect from a single scene. In an actual movie this is really closer to two minutes. Think about the person watching more than yourself and your own vain achievement. Is this person getting a lot by viewing five whole minutes of you running about before knifing some guy in Battlefield 4? I certailnly would hazard the guess at... no.


It's more a matter of wanting a clip that is both longer than 30 seconds (it doesn't necessarily have to be 5 minutes) and the ability to record without interrupting gameplay.

IS there a setting that lets me boost the time I can record by just using my voice?

If so, where exactly is it>
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