The Game Bar is a built-in tool offered in Windows 10 and Windows 11. The 'Game Bar' is part of the 'Game DVR' feature that lets you record PC games up to 1080p, 60 FPS and take screenshots for free. You can also record your gameplay in game sound and commentary at the same time.

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  • The Game DVR can be controlled through the Game bar. The Game bar can be accessed by pressing the Windows logo key + G, then select Game bar settings. The article entitled Adjust Capture Settings on Windows 10 will provide information on all the options of the Game bar. Be sure to let us know the results! The Game Bar doesn't appear.
  • View Xbox clips, Twitch clips and streams, gifs, screenshots, and achievements for any gamer. Gamer DVR - View, download, and manage your content such as Xbox One game clips. Create playlists, organize albums, take snapshots, filter.


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Jan 5, 2020
There doesn't seem to be much documentation on this, so I decided to write up a guide. With my testing I can't get audio working, it breaks everything severely. If you can get audio working with the same low-latency, let me know and I'll update the guide.
Game Dvr Config Exe DownloadDownloads:
  • The latest version of SysDVR (Stream over WiFi) or SysDVR-USB-Only (Stream over USB)
  • VLC 2.2.8 (32-bit Windows ll 64-bit Windows)
  • Zadig (For USB Only)

Xbox Dvr Application Settings

  1. Extract either or to the root of your SD Card
  2. Extract vlc-2.2.8-win[32 or 64].7z to its own folder
  3. Extract SysDVR-Client.7z to its own folder

VLC Setup:

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  1. Start vlc.exe from your VLC folder
  2. If prompted, do not update VLC
  3. Select 'Tools' > 'Preferences' at the top of the window
  4. Select the 'Inputs / Codecs' Tab
  5. Set 'Hardware-accelerated decoding' to 'Automatic'
  6. Set 'Live555 stream transport' to 'RTP over RTSP (TCP)'
  7. Set 'Show settings' in the bottom-left corner to 'All'
  8. Select the 'Inputs / Codecs' Tab
  9. Set 'Network caching (ms)' to 100
  10. Select 'Save'

USB Setup (Skip if using network):
  1. Connect your switch to your PC via USB (Tested using USB 3.0)
  2. Launch Zadig
  3. Install the libusb-win32 driver for the device SysDVR (Nintendo Switch) [Ensure the Device ID is 057e 3006 before installing. If you are using the full version of SysDVR on your Switch make sure to start it using the SysDVR config in the Homebrew Launcher.]

Network Setup (Skip if using USB):
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  1. Open the Homebrew Launcher
  2. Launch the SysDVR Config app
  3. Select 'Stream over RTSP'
  4. Close the Homebrew Launcher

Launch (USB):

  1. Connect the Switch to your PC via USB
  2. Open a compatible game on the Switch (Games that support capture recording)
  3. Open SysDVR-Client.exe on your PC
  4. Type 'SysDVR-Client.exe bridge [Your PC's IP Adress Here] --no-audio and hit 'Enter'
  5. Open VLC
  6. Inside VLC select 'Media' > 'Open Network Stream...'
  7. Type or copy/paste 'rtsp://' (Without the Quotes) and select 'Play'

Launch (Network)
  1. Open a compatible game on the Switch (Games that support capture recording)
  2. Open SysDVR-Client.exe on your PC
  3. Type 'SysDVR-Client.exe bridge [Your Switch's IP Adress Here] --no-audio and hit 'Enter'
  4. Open VLC
  5. Inside VLC select 'Media' > 'Open Network Stream...'
  6. Type or copy/paste 'rtsp://' (Without the Quotes) and select 'Play'

Xbox Game Clips

You should be all set up! You can now follow the launch instructions whenever you'd like to stream.
This guide was written/tested using the USB mode. The network instructions were pieced together off information that I could find, so please let me know if there are any issues, I will edit the guide. If you need any help/support feel free to leave a comment!

Thanks for the reply. Here's what you requested:
- Unsure when the issue started. I only tried to capture game video with Game DVR today, so, cannot tell if this is a prior issue.

- Not that I'm aware of. I never had any other set of options that what's in the attached picture.

- No, no changes besides normal Windows updates.

Step 1: Ran the Troubleshooter, which detected possible registry problems. Repaired and reset the system, then checked the app, problem persisted.

Step 2: Restarted the app and reset the system, problem persisted.

Appreciate the support


Having an incorrect configuration setting is one of the possible reasons why you're unable to change game DVR settings. For us to properly assist you, we need to gather more detail. Kindly answer the following:

  • When did the issue start?
  • Were you able to change game DVR settings before?
  • Have you made any changes on your computer prior to this concern?

In the meantime, we recommend that you perform the troubleshooting steps below:

Step 1: Run the troubleshooter for Windows apps using the link below. This can help remove problems with an app from Microsoft Store.

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Step 2: Reset Xbox app Settings:


  1. Select System.
  2. Select Apps & features.
  3. Find the Xbox app and click Advanced options.
  4. Click Reset. Restart your device so that the changes can take effect.
  5. Launch the Xbox app.

Kindly update us with the results, so that we can assist you further.

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