Google Stadia now allows you to capture images and small video clips on Android through the remote

Google Stadia continues its slow but steady progress. After the recent news that PUBG can now be played for free and that FIFA will arrive in the fall, there are news related to the use of Stadia on our Android devices .

From 9to5Google they report that Stadia finally allows taking screenshots on Android , not only at the level of capturing .jpeg files but also offering small clips of up to 30 seconds with the content we are playing.

Stadia already captures clips and captures on Android

Until now, when we pressed the Stadia capture button connected to an Android mobile, an error message was thrown. The function ran correctly on the web and TV, but not on Android. Starting today, with the new controller update that Stadia is receiving, we can enjoy this function when we are using the service with a controller on our Android mobile.

Stadia allows you to take a capture of several seconds saving a clip of the game or a screenshot to use

Stadia captures are activated from the controller and allow you to save both screenshots and small clips of up to 30 seconds . A very interesting function to save small fragments of our games and have them stored later.

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If we want to record clips we have to keep the capture button pressed for 1 second , if all we want is a screenshot we have to press the dedicated button only once.

Despite the fact that the function is being implemented after a driver update, it is not clear yet if it is arriving thanks to said update or if it is being distributed via the server. In the latter scenario, it may be necessary to wait a few days until it reaches all users.

 

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