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    Now that the Xbox One X supports 4K video, the aging Upload Studio app has become a bit of a burden. It's time for a change.
    Upload Studio is the name of the Xbox One's rudimentary video-editing toolset, allowing users to merge and edit clips, as well as overlay text and more. However, it has become painfully out of date. Not only does Upload Studio revolve around using the now-dead Kinect, it doesn't support 4K game footage on the Xbox One X. It's also laggy and difficult to work with. I can't imagine adding 4K footage into the mix would make it any easier, either.
    Microsoft's Movies & TV recently app got updated with the new video-editing tools found in Microsoft's Windows 10 Photos app, which are surprisingly good. Perhaps this is where Microsoft should look for game-clip sharing on Xbox Live.

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    12-06-2017 08:10 AM

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