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You Tubers/Streamers guide to setting up your system to record/stream the Destiny beta.

I have broken this into two sections with details released by Bungie with PlayStation first as their beta kicks off first, and then Xbox. So please ensure you are reading the instructions relevant to your console.

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PLAYSTATION 4:

Streaming

1. While playing Destiny, press the SHARE button on your DualShock 4 controller.

2. A screen will pop-up asking you to select your preferred online service, either Twitch or USTREAM.

3. Prepare your broadcast by entering a description, adjust settings for the optional PlayStation Camera if necessary, and post your stream information to linked Social Channels like Twitter or Facebook.

4. Adjust the video and audio quality settings by pressing the OPTIONS button on your DualShock 4 controller.

5. Select “Start Broadcasting” 6. When you’re ready to conclude your stream, press the SHARE button once again and select “Stop Broadcasting”.

 

Capturing Images & Video from your console

1. While playing Destiny, press the SHARE button to take a screenshot and create a clip of your previous 15 minutes of gameplay.

2. Select the screenshot or video you would like to share. a. Before uploading a video clip you’ll be given the option to edit the video, using the PS4’s Video Editing Software

3. Prepare your images or video by entering a comment, and post your content to linked Social Channels like Twitter or Facebook.

*Streaming and Capturing Images or Video from a PlayStation 3 game console requires a video capture device plugged into a PC. There are many different devices to choose from, and each has its own steps for set up. Consult your Capture Device’s product manual for instructions on how to broadcast to Twitch and USTREAM.

 

XBOX ONE:

Streaming:

1. Once you’ve signed into your Xbox One console, download the Twitch app from the Xbox Marketplace.

2. Make sure your presence is set to “online” in your Profile settings.

3. In the Settings app, under “Privacy and Online Safety” make sure the option “See if you’re online” is set to “Everyone” and “Broadcast Gameplay” is set to “Allow,” and make sure “Share content made using Kinect” is set to “Allow.”

4. In the Settings app, under “Preference” check “Allow broadcasts and Game DVR Uploads.”

5. Return to the Xbox Dashboard and say “Xbox, Broadcast” or launch the Twitch app and select “Start Broadcast.”

6. Position the webcam PIP in any corner of your screen. 7. Your Xbox friends will be notified when your broadcast begins.

 

Capturing video from your console

1. When in game, say “Xbox record that,” which commands the Xbox to capture the last 30 seconds of gameplay.

2. Open Upload Studio in the Games and Apps tab. a. You will be able to edit your video clip within the Xbox Upload Studio app.

3. Create a Name and Tag for your edited content and select “Upload” to transfer your content to your SkyDrive.

4. Open the SkyDrive app on your Xbox One and select your clip to upload it directly to your linked Social Channels, like Facebook or YouTube.

 

*Streaming and Capturing Images or Video from a Xbox 360 game console requires a video capture device plugged into a PC. There are many different devices to choose from, and each has its own steps for set up. Consult your Capture Device’s product manual for instructions on how to broadcast to Twitch and USTREAM.

 

THE BETA SIZE

Reports from users on Reddit that have apparently been able to get access to the beta already say the initial set up download size is 179 Mb plus the beta beta files of 13.2GB. When you install it on the PS4′s hard disk, the final size comes out to be 14.3GB. The beta on the Xbox One totals 12.63 GB. These sizes are not officially confirmed, they are just early reports that should give you an idea of what to expect. So ensure you have enough storage available prior to commencing download.

SOURCE: Bungie

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