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    We got some screenshots of an upcoming update to the Windows 10 Photos app that will allow you to access and edit your Xbox Live clips directly, without downloading them from the Xbox app.
    A few weeks ago, I wrote that Microsoft should ditch Upload Studio and simply leverage the Windows 10 Photos app for editing and uploading clips. Well, it seems like the company is doing exactly that.
    Microsoft is currently testing Xbox clip and screenshot integration directly in the Windows 10 Photos app, allowing you to edit, trim, and re-upload clips without having to first acquire them from the slow Windows 10 Xbox app or a third-party website.

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    04-05-2018 12:00 PM

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