How To Easily Record PUBG Gameplay And Clips

Here are top-tier quick methods of recording PUBG gameplay videos and clips without FPS Drops!

Record PUBG Gameplay And Clips
Record PUBG Gameplay And Clips

If you'd like to learn how to record the gameplay of PUBG as quickly as possible on every available platform without a capture card, you've come to the right place! 

Learn everything you need to know about recording the PUBG gameplay videos and clips, show you the most acceptable and most manageable methods of achieving that, and some alternative methods.

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What’s The Best Way To Record PUBG Gameplay and Clips?

The best way to record PUBG gameplay videos and clips is by using GeForce Experience, Radeon ReLive, or Outplayed for PC and designated screen recording mobile and console tools. 

Now you'll always be able to save all those headshots and long-distance kills from PUBG.

In our opinion, these three previously mentioned programs are frontrunners when it comes to capturing PUBG gameplay on PC since they allow anyone to record gameplay videos and clips with no effort and, most importantly, without using the capture card.

How To Record PUBG Clips In A Few Clicks (Or Taps)?

We have a solution for those players with less patience that just want to start recording PUBG gameplay as soon as possible, but this solution requires at least Windows 10.

The reason behind this is that Windows 10 and above have an in-built program called Xbox Game Bar, which may be handy for many game-related things and recording PUBG gameplay videos and clips. 

Unfortunately, Xbox Game Bar isn't featured on any Windows OS before Windows 10.

To begin recording PUBG gameplay using the Xbox Game Bar, press the Windows button + Alt + G to record clips or the Windows button + Alt + R to record videos. 

Alternatively, if you play PUBG mobile (Android and iOS), here's how you can record its gameplay in just a few taps:

Android: Open the Play Games app (if you don't have it pre-installed, download it from Google Play) and run PUBG through it. Once you do, you'll have an option to start recording gameplay at the top of the screen. Tap the record icon to begin recording PUBG gameplay, and drag the same icon on the center of the screen to stop.

iOS: Go to the Control Center and activate screen recording by tapping the + icon next to that option. Then, while in PUBG, open the Control Center, tap the gray record button, and tap it again (now the icon will be red) to stop recording.

The Best Methods Of Recording Gameplay and Clips In PUBG

Here's a list of our top three selections of best programs for recording the PUBG gameplay and step-by-step guides on how to use them. For those wondering why we didn't choose other programs, it's because of one of the most overlooked factors - CPU usage.

Most other programs will reduce your FPS, which can be an issue when playing PUBG. On the other hand, these three programs won't impact your CPU, and your FPS will remain stable.

If you'd like to discover more about gameplay capturing, find out how to record Valheim gameplay or how to record Path Of Exile gameplay.

Method #1: Nvidia GeForce Experience

The first method of recording PUBG gameplay we'd like to introduce you to is GeForce Experience, so follow these steps to learn how to use this program:

The first step is actually making an Nvidia account which is required for using this program.
  1. Visit Nvidia's official website to download the current version of GeForce Experience.
  2. Select the settings cog icon left of your username, in the upper right corner.
  3. Next, enable the "In-game overlay" option by ticking the gray button.
  4. Finally, select "Settings" under the "In-game overlay."
There are also three preset video profiles you can use.

In the Settings menu, you'll be able to change everything from video and audio options to keyboard hotkeys, so there won't be a need to adjust anything because these settings are automatically configured based on what GPU you have. 

In short, the program is ready to use whenever you're ready.

Then, while in PUBG, press Alt + F9 to record videos manually or Alt + F10 to record clips. You'll find your PUBG clips and videos recorded through GeForce Experience in the C:\Users\<Username>\Videos folder.

Method #2: Radeon ReLive

Our second method of today is AMD's Radeon ReLive, which you'll learn how to use if you follow these few steps shown below:

ReLive isn't featured in standard Radeon Software.
  1. Visit AMD's official website to download the latest version of the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition. After installing it, you'll have to restart your PC before using the program.
  2. Then, open the AMD Radeon settings and select the ReLive tab.
  3. Enable this function by ticking the button.
This program has more options than GeForce Experience.

Restarting the PC was the crucial step that allowed Radeon ReLive to configure everything automatically, so you won't need to change anything now. However, make sure to enable "Instant Replay," "In-Game Replay," and "Instant Gif" options which can be pretty valuable for making PUBG clips and gifs instantaneously.

Then, once you're in the PUBG, press and hold Ctrl + Shift + R keyboard hotkey to begin recording, and you'll find PUBG clips and videos in the C:\Users\<Username>\Videos\Radeon ReLive folder.

Method #3: Outplayed

Here's how you can record PUBG gameplay videos and clips using our third and final method—Outplayed:

Fantastic choice for capturing PUBG highlights.
  1. Visit the Overwolf official website and download the latest version of Outplayed. After running the program for the first time, you'll have to select PUBG from the list of games and click on "Next."
  2. Select one of the preset video profiles or customize the video settings however you want in this step. You'll be able to select Low, Medium, High, and Custom settings, but always consider your PC's power.
  3. In this step, you'll need to allocate the disk space and change the default video storage folder (which is optional). 
  4. Finally, you'll be able to adjust the default keyboard shortcuts or leave them as they are. To complete the configuration, click on "Done."
As you can see, Outplayed will capture Chicken Dinner, Headshots, Kills, Knockouts, and Deaths.

As you can see from the screenshot, you can now choose four capture modes: highlights only, full PUBG match, full session (multiple matches), or manual capturing only.

We suggest you use Highlights of all these options since it will record significant match segments such as kills, deaths, and other moments and display them in a timeline.

This is how Outplayed timeline of PUBG events looks like.

However, if you still want to record PUBG videos or clips manually, all you gotta do is use Ctrl + F4 keyboard hotkey for videos or Ctrl + F3 for clips.

To find your PUBG videos and clips recorded using the Outplayed, head to C:\Users\<Username>\Videos\Overwolf\Outplayed folder.

How To Record PUBG Gameplay On Xbox

To record PUBG gameplay on the Xbox console, simply press and hold the dedicated share button found in the middle of the controller, then press it again to stop recording.

With the simple push of a button, you'll be able to record and share PUBG clips on Xbox.

How To Record PUBG Gameplay On PlayStation

Recording PUBG on PlayStation can be performed by pressing the dedicated share button on the controller twice (found above the arrows), then pressing it two times to stop recording.

With the simple push of a button, you'll be able to record and share PUBG clips on Xbox.