How To Easily Record Ghost Of Tsushima Gameplay And Clips

Here’s how you can record Ghost Of Tsushima gameplay videos and clips with and without the capture card!
How To Easily Record Ghost Of Tsushima Gameplay And Clips




There are two possible ways to record Ghost Of Tsushima gameplay on PlayStation 4 and 5 - with and without the capture card. The in-built PlayStation gameplay capture works like a charm, and it's the most uncomplicated way to record Ghost Of Tsushima videos and clips.

On the other hand, recording using the capture card is more involved (and expensive). Still, it offers considerably higher-quality audio and video encoding with ultra-low latency, making the videos look better as a result.

In this article, we'll show you how to record Ghost Of Tsushima gameplay using both of these methods, so you can choose whichever is more preferable to you. And if you're interested, find out how to record Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay or how to record DayZ gameplay effortlessly and without a capture card. 

How To Record The Ghost Of Tsushima Clips Without A Capture Card?

If you'd like to record Ghost Of Tsushima videos and clips without a capture card, simply press the in-built share button on your controller twice and then twice to stop recording. 

A decent recording quality, but can't be compared to recording using the capture card.

How To Record The Ghost Of Tsushima Clips With The Capture Card?

Essentially, a capture card is a device that connects with the PlayStation console and allows capturing or streaming the gameplay from the console. Furthermore, some capture cards have advanced options and allow editing of gameplay footage or changing decoders. Needless to say, capture cards support much higher resolutions compared to recording the gameplay through the PlayStation console.

To record Ghost Of Tsushima gameplay using the capture card, follow these steps:

This little gadget can also record the gameplay on other consoles!
  1. Connect your capture card to your PlayStation console on one end and to your PC on another end via the HDMI cable.
  2. Then, connect your capture card to your PlayStation console and your PC via the USB cable. You're done with the hardware part, now comes the software part.
  3. Head to the Settings/System/HDMI and enable the HDCP option on your PlayStation.
  4. Then, depending on which software you'll be using on your PC, you'll be able to change various settings there, such as resolution, frame rate, bit rate, and much more. 
  5. Once you're ready, simply click to begin recording on your PC, and that's it!
Just tick this button and you're good to go.



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