Upload on Xbox, video sharing service, now available on Xbox 360 and the web

Upload on Xbox video sharing service now available on Xbox 360 and the web

Upload on Xbox, a service introduced on the Xbox One that allows gamers to share their best gaming moments with the rest of the Xbox community is getting an expansion. Microsoft has recently announced that the service is now coming to the web and the Xbox 360.

Upload on Xbox allows gamers to watch clips from others, and browse for uploads by game, friends or featured clips. The Upload Studio enables gamers to edit their gaming moments to perfection with several templates to choose from, and those with a Kinect sensor can add their own voice commentary to their videos before sharing them with the world.

Microsoft will also be bringing exclusive clips from Node to Upload, a YouTube gaming channel created by Freddie Wong and Brandon Laatsch, if you haven’t heard of them you may want to check them out, they make some hilarious content.

You can visit Upload on the web over at Xbox.com/upload, where you can view your own clips, as well as those from other gamers, all from the comfort of your web browser, no matter where you are. You can also easily share clips with others by simply copying a clip’s URL.

Those of you on the Xbox 360 can now download the Upload 360 viewing app, which is unrestricted and gives you access to clips from Xbox One-exclusive titles like Sunset Overdrive and Forza Horizon 2.

It’s never been easier to share content on Xbox than it is now with Upload on the Xbox One, 360 and the web, so go ahead, record those epic moments and share away!

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