WHERE ARE MY OVERWATCH HIGHLIGHTS SAVED ON PC?
On PC your Overwatch Highlights are by default saved in the:
HOW TO SHARE OVERWATCH HIGHLIGHTS ON PS4
On your PS4, the best way to save your highlights is by utilizing the “share” button to the left of the touchpad. Before you try to use it, you should check your settings to see how it’s configured. To do so, go to “settings,” then “sharing and broadcasts.”
For example, I have mine programmed to take a screenshot when I tap it once, but it will bring up a sub-menu for video recording and social media sharing when I hold it down.
Its a good time to check how much time your PS4 will record when you hit “save video clip.” We have ours set to record the last minute, but you can program it from just a few seconds all the way up to an hour.
To record one of the pre-made highlights from within the Overwatch highlights menu, you’ll just have to watch the video clip, then use the share menu to save the like as if you were playing.
Once you save the video clip, you can trim it down to just the 10 seconds or so that you want. To do this, go to “settings,” then “system storage management” and then “capture gallery.” Find the clip you want, hit “options” and then “trim.” Once you’ve saved the new clip, you can hit “options” on it again and copy it to a USB flash drive and upload it to our website.
HOW TO SHARE OVERWATCH HIGHLIGHTS ON XBOX ONE
There are two ways to record footage on the Xbox One. You can either record the last 30 seconds of gameplay to capture an amazing moment immediately after it happens, or you can start and stop a recording manually, which is useful if you’re recording from the in-game “highlights” menu.
To record the last 30 seconds of gameplay, double-tap the Xbox button and then hit “X.”
To initiate a recording manually, double-tap the Xbox button and then scroll down to “snap an app” and select “game DVR.” Hit “start new clip,” then double-tap the Xbox button, navigate to the bottom of the screen and select Overwatch to switch back over to that portion of the screen.Play the highlight, then double-tap the Xbox button again, switch back to the game DVR app and hit “stop recording.”
Next, select “view all captures.” If your clip isn’t showing up, you might have to use the menu buttons at the top of the screen to show clips saved on your Xbox’s hard drive rather than those saved in the cloud. Once you find the clip, use the menu button on your controller to trim it down and upload it to OneDrive. You can then access this clip on your computer by going to the OneDrive website or on your smartphone using the OneDrive app. From there, you can post it to owplays.com