For broadening the reach of mobile gameplay videos, on Wednesday, the Google Play Games app was launched by Google for adding published capabilities and video recording. Now, videos can be recorded by anyone along with commentary on Android games with the help of Google Play Games and footage can be uploaded for sharing with others. Since it is being rolled out slowly, it might take some time for arriving on the handset. The company states that the residents of UK and US would get it first.
Users would be able to select the game they wish to record and voice commentary can also be added with the help of the front facing camera as well as microphone of the device. It is interesting to know that the footage isn’t being live streamed, instead the gameplay is recorded and the part they don’t wish to see is edited out. Later, it can be uploaded to YouTube with the help of Google Play Games. The service is supportive of 480p as well as 720p video resolutions.
In a blog post, the company has written that it is quite simple. In this application, one can select any game that he wants to play and then tap the record button. The gameplay can be captured in 720p or 480p and video or commentary of yourself can be added with the help of the front facing camera of the device. When the recording is completed, the video can be edited and uploaded to YouTube.
With this move, the mobile game-related content can on YouTube can substantially be increased and one can also enjoy this on YouTube Gaming.