So... You start a fight... as usual... And BAM KAPCHOOM SWANG you're ded. Because that guy you were fighting has such a bad aim they need an hack to insta- aim and cooldown their attacks. Not fair. Not an excuse. So yeah, you don't wanna see these people ever again. And HERE in this post YOU (yes you beautiful person) can learn how to be ALWAYS ready for recording the HAXXXX Oh, forgot to say (well actually it's in the title) This is a tutorial based on Nvidia Shadowplay, a REALLY cool software you have FREE with a GTX series GPU. First thing you wanna do is to open "GeForce Experience" (tip: just type gef no one will notice anything) Sorry, my PC is in Italian so... yeah. But you should still be able to see the same icon and name. Wait some minutes before it launches... Oh, look, it popped up! Now what you're seeing here is a bunch of information about drivers and things... Not what we came for. Do you see that? Top-right corner. Yes. YESS > It's Shadowplay. Click it. OMG A POPUP Again. It's Shadowplay. Turn it on. Literally. Switch the little button-kinda-thing, like this: OH NOW IT GLOWS TOO THIS IS SORCERYYY Nope. Shadowplay. But this time it's on. You can see a bunch of options (only-kinda-not exactly) for experienced users. The first one is for the modes. You ca select manual start and stop, only save the last 10 minutes (it's actually customizable!!!) of recording. The other one is, of course, for the lenght of those last minutes you are gonna save And then Quality. The big one. You can select Low, Medium, or High. If you have access to Youtube just select High. But if you can only use free video hosting services like SendVid for whatever reason, better to go for Low. (it reduces size of the file wich usually has to be 1024MB or less for those kind of video hosting websites. Or just upload it to a private cloud with TONS of space (I use OneDrive) because they usually have a "share link". Really useful feature. No size limits. Just... It'll take SOME time to load... By the way you can also select "Custom" quality where you can adjust Frames Per Second and Resolution. Then you can select Audio. Audio in game, In game +Mic or only Mic. Leave Shadowplay on. It should start automatically in the background when you restart your PC In the folder icon under the On-Off switch (ok I checked wikipedia for that problems?) you can choose the folder where your records are gonna be saved. Press Alt + F9 to start recording Press it again to... STOP recording! Important note: go to the gears under the On-Off switch to go to settings and turn on "show monitor". As Minecraft is not a "Game" for Shadowplay, It'll not record it UNLESS you check that lil' box. Yup. If you have any questions just ask!