AMD Gaming Evolved Client Updated With Automated Video Creation Feature
AMD recently updated the Gaming Evolved client, its software for game optimization and video sharing that runs on millions of PC players’ systems worldwide.
The update adds several additional gameplay recording features to Gaming Evolved client. Most notable of these features is the automatic creation of pre-edited highlight videos. For now, this is only available for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Leauge of Legends sessions, but AMD promises to add more games over time.
The feature works by syncing live match data to instantly generate highlights of your key moments such as kills, deaths, killstreaks, and so on. The footage is pre-edited and ready to be shared across various social networks. You can also use Plays.tv Chrome extension to capture and share highlights from your Twitch streams.
Another new feature added to AMD Gaming Evolved is that recording begins automatically the moment your game begins. It then captures the entire session, while deleting older videos to save storage space. You can always disable this functionality if you want to enable it manually.
If you don’t know, here’s how the Gaming Evolved client works:
- Recording begins automatically when you play; no need to remember to turn it on
- Captures the entire session (like a replay) and automatically deletes older videos
- Drop a bookmark with a hotkey whenever something cool happens to make a 30 sec clip
- Editing optional – you can adjust the start/end time of your bookmarked clips
- Create a highlight reel by selecting multiple bookmarks
Simply restarting the Gaming Evolved client will update it to the latest version. If you don’t have the client installed, you can download it here.
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