The app comes with a slew of features, such as the ability to capture video and audio commentary through your device's front camera and microphone. If you're on the Galaxy S6 or S6 edge, you'll be able to record in-game audio directly from the source as well. The app has built-in tools that allow you to trim and upload videos directly to YouTube, and there's a Game Boost feature that optimizes games.
As for supported titles:
Games from GALAXY Apps and Google Play are supported. If you do not see any of the games you have installed, you can manually register games from the list of installed apps and then record them. However, you cannot record games for which recording has been disabled at the developer's request or applications that are not games.
Recording through the utility is fairly standard. Once you launch Game Recorder+, you'll see a red Record button at the bottom of the home screen, which you can use to start and stop a recording session. You can configure video resolution, audio bitrate, as well as YouTube sharing settings directly from within the client. You can also launch your favorite games from within Game Recorder+, and the Quick Record mode (enabled by default) enables you to start recording from the get-go.
There are alternatives available for those looking to record in-game footage on non-Galaxy devices.
Here's your first look at Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds
The first renders of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro have surfaced online. Unlike the Galaxy Buds Live, the Galaxy Buds Pro will have an in-ear design.
The Snapdragon 888 has all-new hardware that will make your photos amazing
The new Spectra 580 ISP coupled with an all-new and more powerful AI engine makes the Snapdragon 888 the best chip for phone cameras we've ever seen. You'll want it in your next phone if you love taking photos.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888: Everything you need to know
The Snapdragon 888 is here, and we have all the details. The chipset is set to power 2021 flagships, and delivers an incredible 25% increase in performance over the last generation. Here's everything you need to know about the Snapdragon 888.
The Galaxy S20 FE is fantastic, so grab a case to keep it looking good
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20 FE and the device is sure to turn plenty of heads for the next few months. With stiff competition in the mid-range market, it's clear that Samsung wants to compete and the S20 FE is fantastic. If you're picking one of these awesome new devices up, make sure you pair it with a case to keep it looking awesome.