Record video from Preview window on Windows (like existing Mac feature)
I'd like to record videos in Windows.
Please note that you can launch a recorder by using the Windows+G shortcut key.
WHY CANT WE EXPORT VIDEO PREVIEWS, BUT YOU HAVE YOUTUBE TUTORIALS ON NFTS!!??
I JUST SPENT 12 HOURS LEARNING XD AND MAKING A FILE,
ALL TO FIND OUT I CAN'T EXPORT AT ALL!!!
NONETHELESS IN A SELLABLE FORMAT (NFT's are YOUR EXAMPLE!)
The option windows + G, works, but it record the window menu, then, if you want to insert it in a presentation or a website, it is a problem.
Nikhil Panchal commented
Just like GIF maker but can convert artboards into mp4.
like not live
I would live Project recording natively in windows . MacOs already have this feature, i would like to see it on windows.
mithun balachander commented
we need prototyping features on windows 10 similar to mac.
Pros of adobe XD in mac -
easy to record prototype with one click.
Cursor circle animation in prototype mode.
Most the user will found it useful no need for a third party software.
Ondra Hubalek commented
Same preview options for Windows and Mac.
1) Change Windows cursor to transparent white as in mac during preview.
2) Mac like recording option (windows recording records the entire window that needs to be externally trimmed)
How is this still not working? Nevermind, already decided to switch to Sketch...
Has Adobe decided to finally make this supporting feature for Window Users or will this battle continue?
Sure, there's Windows+G. But it records the whole screen. It would be SO much better to have exactly the same option as on mac.
I would like to see an overhaul of the Desktop Preview recording function in Adobe XD on PC. The request, in short, is to bring in the same functionality the iOS version has.
If you are already familiar with it then by all means, you are free to stop reading here. At your leisure however I will describe where I am coming from and why a change in XD is needed to meet market standards.
I work at a design firm with a history in product design, which is leaning more and more into digital integration and display interfaces. We supply GUI (graphic user interface) design and UX (user experience) through flowcharts to our costumers. With recent trends in mind, more effort is expected in terms of GUI movement and transitions. As such we turned to:
Upon evaluating the three we choose to go with XD. Workflow and Adobe CC integration fits our model and while Figma does a good job of rapid prototyping and might win out in the long run, we felt Adobe was the place to go to for now. Jumping in with both feet at this point.
However, as we began making prototypes it turned out there was no handy way to export a file-based presentation of the workflow. Live demos through Desktop Preview (DP) - no problem. But for exporting and saving a file for later review or for presenting in our portfolio there is simply no reasonable solution.
In the Windows version you cannot export your actions in the DP. Instead you are encouraged to use Win+G to run an external capture software supplied through Windows 10. Here is a short list of drawbacks for us:
-Standard windows cursor, with no 'click' animation
-Status bar appears on the top part of the video file
The workaround is obviously to import the video file into Adobe After Effects and crop out the status bar. Only, the file is mp4 - a format which results in a black screen in AE and needs to be converted in Adobe Bridge before you can even begin tinkering with it. I would claim that some quality of the video is lost there, but it is hard to tell since it lacked quality to begin with.
As a design firm this is simply not workable for us and the fact that the easiest solution seems to be to purchase an Apple product - a platform with support for in-app video capture (paired with intuitive cursor visualization etc.) - feels backwards, to say the least.
While looking for a reasonable solution to this I found there is input on this lack of functionality dating back to 2018, yet nothing has been done in the past two years to meet these requests.
In the end the time we might save working with XD in regards to its overall nice workflow and design does not justify the time it takes to export visualizations.
Surely the market standard demands more? Is there a solution in the works?
Jithin Roy commented
I think adobe has got a waste team for the adobe xd
Marcelo Strappini commented
The Win+G functionality include the title bar of the window in the video and is in low resolution. It is not good for making a quality presentation. :(
You can record the prototype as a video using the preview window. More details here - https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/help/preview-designs-and-prototypes.html
Hemachand Kodali commented
Give a option to export the whole prototype to animated gif -without user going to after effects and working on it ,User can directly link the screens in prototype mode and animate it and convert to video or gif file
Mac Zafarana commented
I would love a built in feature for this. I'm trying to use Windows+G and it lags so much and automatically ends the clip when my animations load, which is the exact thing I'm trying to capture.
It's so seamless on Mac.
Sandra D.M. commented
The feature looks amazing and simple in tutorials... And then I try it on my PC and get the message that "this pc doesn't meet the hardware requirements to record for recording clips". Talk about misleading the user by adding a button that looks easy, but just launches something completely different. I really hope you implement this for Windows!
Please please please allow us to not use windows game record when recording prototypes. It no longer allows us to use the circular cursor when recording, and it makes starting the recording exceedingly difficult, especially if we have timed transitions at the beginning. I'm having to prototype on my windows computer then moving over to my mac to record. It's such a severe pain.
Daniel Lerman commented
Currently, XD cannot by in full-screen mode, so the window header remains visible in the screen video recording.
Mikkel Rask commented
Windows + G is such a BS non-solution. Why did Adobe even put the button there on Windows? Like just to taunt people? "Oh yeah, we know we implemented this awesome feature on another OS - would you like to use a sucky version of that?"