How to screen record Fortnite and other games on Samsung Galaxy Note 9: One of the most important announcements from Samsung’s Unpacked event, when it launched the Galaxy Note nine, was that Fortnite was exclusively coming back to Galaxy devices. The game works on any Galaxy phone and tablet beginning with the Galaxy S7 and newer. However in a few days, it’ll also be out there for non-Samsung golem devices.
After installing Fortnite on your Galaxy phone or tablet. You can record and share your epic journey through the battle royale. With a Galaxy device, there’s no need to download and install a third-party app to do so. Samsung already has a built in tool for recording any games you play.
Set up Game Launcher
Skip this step if it’s already set up. From the home screen, head to Settings -> Advanced -> Games -> then, activate Game Launcher.
Set up screen-recording settings
From the home screen, open Game Launcher, then open the game you wish to record — in this case Fortnite. After the game is opened, you will have to swipe up from the bottom of the screen to get into the navigation bar. From the navigation bar, tap on the small circular game controller icon.
An overlay can pop over the game. tap on the “Game tools settings” icon, then tap “Record videos.” this will take you to a list of things you can customise for your screen recordings. Scroll all the way down to “Audio source” and choose Game. Next, scroll all the way down to “Video quality” to adjust the resolution and bit rate. If you are not certain what to pick out, try “1080 px” for the resolution and 14Mbps for the bit rate.
How to screen-record
Now that you simply have the game Launcher and screen-record settings in place, you’ll be able to record games. To do so, from the home screen, open Game Launcher and so open the game you wish to record. Once the sport opens, tap the Record icon on the navigation bar.
To stop the recording, faucet the Stop button icon on the navigation bar. Then to view the video you have recorded. Just tap on the red button at the bottom of the screen.
From the video list, you can view or share videos with apps like Google Photos or Samsung’s Video Player app.
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