Video Screenshots - Windows Release [July 2023]

cheers. i just added a second monitor the other day. i’ve been living like an idiot my whole life

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That is undoubtedly the issue.

I have four screens, and Zwift runs in a 25" 21:9 UltraWide, so I’ll need to figure out how to make that the “primary” screen.

Is it as simple as clicking on the “Make this my main display” in Display settings?

Yep, that’s all it takes.

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Hi @evan-zwift

However, are you considering adding video recording functionality for computers based on Intel i7-8665U processors? I have a professional laptop with a dedicated AMD Radeon Pro WX3200 graphics card, which is still graphically efficient, and I am a bit irritated by the lack of functionality that the computer can probably handle.

Can you be more specific about the groups of approved processors, rather than using a general division into main series?

Ideally, this video recording functionality should be made available to all users as an optional feature. The user should decide for himself whether he is satisfied with the application’s performance and whether he wants to use this option.

As can be seen from the comments of previous speakers, there is a feeling that we have been deprived of one of the functionalities we pay for. Thank you for considering this voice.


Wanted to circle back to this. Thanks for the suggestion. Running an i5 6th gen Im out of luck with Zwift, so Im now running OBS and capturing an 1hr+ long ride in one big .mkv in 4k (yes my rig runs Zwift in 4k at 60FPS with no issues, even in large group rides), then using Devinci Resolve to create my 30sec 1080p snippets. (Both bits of software are free).

So if like me your rig is a little old, this might be the way to go for you also. Its a faf, but it works well.

Yes I have the same question, any change that Xeon processors will be supported? They’re more than capable!