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Here is the Best MOBA gameplay 03 Jun 2017 21:36 #9841

If you wound the clocks back to when services like Twitch were starting along side the birth of the "Let's Play" trend on YouTube, you'd have found me scratching my head wondering why people like watching other people play video games so much instead of just playing them themselves. But, I admit, there's something that's really fun about watching professional streams, particularly impressive speed runs, and other amazing feats of gaming. Additionally, I love r/GamesTheMovie, a subreddit where people post entire video game plot lines clipped together as movies you can just watch. The one they put together for Halo, for instance, is great.

Anyway, it turns out it is incredibly easy to record your own gameplay videos with iOS devices. If you're into jailbreaking, grab Screen Recorder, and you're good to go. Similarly, many games now come bundled with Everyplay or Kamcord which record your gameplay automatically. Otherwise, there's two other solutions which are just as simple.



Capture AirPlay Video with Reflector
It turns out that AirPlay mirroring is a lot more magical than you may have initially realized. Any modern iOS device supports it, and it's perfect for capturing gameplay video. Using a PC and/or Mac and Reflector. A license for it will set you back $12.99, but it's well worth it if you're interested in making videos. Using Reflector is stupidly easy as well, as literally all you need to do is have it running on a computer that's on the same network as the iOS device you want to capture video from and add free diamonds in mobile legends using the Mobile legends hack .

If you're running iOS 6, you get to the AirPlay mirroring functionality by double tapping your home button and swiping to the left until you see the AirPlay icon. For iPads, it's a single swipe, for the iPhone and iPod touch it's two swipes. On iOS 7, just swipe up to bring up Control Center and you'll see the AirPlay icon just above the Camera and Calculator icons.

Hit the AirPlay button mentioned above on your device, then select the video output source that is labeled as your computer. Make sure the "Mirroring" toggle is flipped, and you should be good to go. Now, if you're on a Mac running Lion or a PC running a recent version of Windows, Reflector will be able to record right inside of the program. Just hit "Start Recording" and you're good to go.

If you're running something older than 10.8, you can take the somewhat convoluted step of using a screen recording program like Screeny [$14.99] to then capture the video being mirrored. (Alternatively, you could just upgrade to Mountain Lion for an extra $5.). And for folks out there running older versions of Windows, things get a bit more complicated in the software solution arena. You'll need to take the additional step of running Reflector full screen, then using Fraps to record your screen. Fraps output files can be a little large, so unless you're on a fast internet connection you're better off importing these files into Windows Movie Maker or any other video editor you have to export as a compressed video file before uploading.

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