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How to enable Instant Replay in FiveM

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Instant Replay is a feature that lets you capture what happened on your screen in the time period you set when you hit a key bind.

This is a great feature to use when you want to capture something that happened. Did you get RDM-ed? Did you have a good interaction with someone? Something cool happened? You will be able to capture that into a clip that saves on your computer and share it how you want to.

Depending on your setup, this guide will be different.

1. Nvidia

Hit ALT + Z (or any other key bind you set up for Shadowplay UI) on your Desktop.


This will show on your screen.
If your instant replay is ON, turn it off by clicking on it and selecting "Turn off".

Once it's off, click on the cog wheel on the far right to open the settings.
Scroll down until you find "Privacy Control" and open it.

Make sure this feature is ON.

If you never used this software before, you will want to set up your audio too in the "Audio" tab that you can find when you open the cog wheel menu. There you will want to select your microphone so you can be heard on the clips you make.
Once you turned Desktop capture on, go back all the way to the initial UI you see when opening Shadowplay and turn Instant Replay ON.

You can now capture your gameplay in FiveM using shadowplay!

2. AMD

--> https://www.nextofwindows.com/how-to-use-amd-relive-capture-screen-recording

3. OBS


-> https://www.obs.live/articles/2019/10/4/b6zieupip1h45bgewyvp6gamwube7g

StreamLabs OBS
-> https://streamlabs.com/content-hub/post/instant-replays-in-streamlabs-obs

On OBS, the buffer will be displayed in a media source, you will have to record it with OBS once you got it playing back on screen.


Edited by Matt
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