Video capture support for Pokkén Tournament DX coming on Wednesday, January 31, on Nintendo Switch

During the Pokkén Tournament DX special cup at EVO Japan 2018 today, January 27, The Pokémon Company and Bandai Namco Entertainment have confirmed that the Nintendo Switch fighting game will officially add support for the console’s video capture feature this coming Wednesday, January 31. This is also when Wave 1 of the Pokkén Tournament DX Battle Pack will be released as DLC in the Nintendo eShop, adding Aegislash as a playable character and Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu as Support Pokémon. Read on below to learn how to capture and edit gameplay video on Nintendo Switch:

Additional Information:

  • Up to thirty seconds of gameplay video can be captured on Nintendo Switch.
  • Captured videos can be trimmed and posted online.

Important:

Complete These Steps:

To capture video gameplay footage:

While in a compatible game, press and hold down the Capture Button on the left Joy-Con.

  • Up to thirty seconds of gameplay prior to pressing the Capture Button will be saved.
  • The captured videos can be viewed within the Album.

To edit or trim a saved gameplay video:

  1. Within the HOME Menu, select “Album” > “All Screenshots and Videos.”
  2. Select a video to edit, then select “Editing and Posting” > “Trim.”
  3. Slide the left marker to adjust the start of the video. Then press “Next” and slide the right marker to adjust where the video ends.
  4. When you are done, select “Save.” The edited video will be saved as a new video.

To save a screenshot from a saved gameplay video:

  1. Within the HOME Menu, select “Album” > “All Screenshots and Videos.”
  2. Select a video to edit. The video playback will begin.
    • You can pause the video by pressing “Y.”
  3. Select “Editing and Posting” > “Save as Screenshot.”

Source: Nintendo Support

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