- Game Recorder
- 1. Game Capture Cards
- 1.1 A Complete Introduction to the Capture Card
- 1.2 The Best Game Capture Cards
- 1.3 Elgato Game Capture HD Review
- 1.4 Avermedia Live Gamer Portable Review
- 1.5 Razer Ripsaw Review: What’s So Special about the Razer Ripsaw?
- 1.6 Roxio Game Capture Card HD Pro Review
- 1.7 Best Elgato Capture Card: Which one should you Choose?
- 1.8 Best Game Capture Cards for Xbox one
- 1.9 Katsukity Nintendo 3DS Capture Card Review
- 2. Game Recorders +
- 2.1 Top10 Best Game Recorders for PC (Free and Paid)
- 2.2 Free Game Recording Software
- 2.3 Action! Review: Best Gaming & Desktop Recorder
- 2.4 Open Broadcaster Software Review
- 2.5 Game Recording Software Bandicam Review 2017
- 2.6 Fraps Review: Best Game recording software
- 2.7 Between OBS and Action, Which One is Better Game Recording Software?
- 2.8 Which is the best game recorder? Fraps, Bandicam and Camstasia Comparison
- 2.9 Alternatives to Open Broadcaster Software
- 2.10 The best Alternatives to Action!
- 2.11 Top 5 Best Game Recording Apps for Android
- 2.12 Best Game Recorder for iPhone
- 2.13 LoiLo Game Recorder Review
- 2.14 PlayClaw Game Recorder Review
- 2.15 Fraps Alternatives and Similar Software
- 2.16 Best Bandicam Alternative for Windows and Mac
- 3. How to/Tips +
- 3.1 How to Record PC Gamelay Using Elgato Capture Card
- 3.2 How to Capture Gameplay From Xbox One or Xbox 360
- 3.3 How to Record Game Play on PC
- 3.4 How to Record PS4 Game Play Without Capture Card
- 3.5 How to Record and Share Xbox One Gameplay on Youtube
- 3.6 How to Record Gameplay on iPhone without Jailbreak
- 3.7 How to Record Audio for Gameplay on iPhone
- 3.8 How to Recording Gameplay on Android
- 3.9 How to Record Audio With A Mic For Gameplay Commentary
- 3.10 How to Share Gameplay to YouTube and Facebook
- 3.11 How to Stream Gameplay on Twitch
- 3.12 How to record gameplay on 1080p 60fps
- 3.13 How to record game chat
- 3.14 How to Record Gameplay Audio and Commentary at the Same Time
- 3.15 How to Record Gameplay Video Without Capture Card
- 3.16 How to record low file size and high quality gameplay videos
- 3.17 How to use Flashback recording in Elgato game capture HD
- 3.18 How to edit gameplay videos
- 3.19 How to add a watermark to your gameplay
- 3.20 How to add Special Effects to Gameplay Video
- 3.21 How to Edit Gameplay Videos on PS4
How to Use Flashback Recording in Elgato Game Capture HD
For any keen gamers out there reading this, have you ever done something truly epic whilst gaming, only to discover that there was nobody around to see what just happened? If so, you may wish to look into flashback recording. One fantastic piece of recording software is Elgato, and it is Elgato that we’ll be looking at right now.
How to setup Elgato Capture Card HD
In order to setup and use the Elgato capture card flashback recording software, just follow these simple steps:
- Open the Elgato software window, select the wheel cog in the top right of the window. Ensure that the box which reads ‘enable flashback recording’ is checked.
- You will see a timer running at the bottom of the page. This timer indicates how long the flashback recording device has been recording.
- If you want to save space, just lower the quality settings slightly, as the better the quality of the recording, the more space the video capture will take up.
- To go back to anywhere in your recording, use the blue time bar at the bottom left of the page, and slide it to the left.
- Once you have found your epic moment of gaming, simply click the capture button to the left of the time bar, and click it again to end the recording.
- And that is pretty much it. Enjoy.
How to use Elgato flashback recording
Now we’ll take a look at how to use Elgato flashback recording:
- Enable flashback recording by selecting the gear cog icon and checking the relevant box.
- Once you begin gaming, the device will run and store your gaming.
- Use the time bar on the bottom right to scroll backwards in time. Click the capture button to begin recording, and click again to end the recording.
- Scroll back to when you wish the recording to begin from and click the red capture button to record. From here, it will record everything onwards from that point.
- Head over to the video library when finished, select your video, and rename it.
- To edit the game, simply cut away any game play you do not wish to record by highlighting the parts you wish to discard in blue, and clicking cut.
- Save your gameplay video, and enjoy.
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