To share content, you must activate the “SHARE” button on your PS4 controller. The most recent 15 minutes of gaming will be shared in video format and appears as a button that is vertically long and is located on the left side of the touch pad.
If you wish to share anything that is going to take place, double-click the “SHARE” button, and then click it once again when you are ready for the clip to come to an end.
You are able to adjust the duration of the recording from the default of 15 minutes to 1, 3, 5, 10, or 15 minutes by going to Share Settings > Video Clip Settings > Length of Clip > 1, 3, 5, 10, or 15 minutes. In the Share Settings > Video Clip Settings menu, you’ll also find the option to adjust whether or not the microphone is engaged and whether or not audio input is collected.
Select the Video Clip to Upload option. This will access the gallery where all of your films and clips are stored.
Choose a video, then pick YouTube as the platform. You also have the option to post the video to any other associated accounts that you may have.
Video editing was done. You have the option to cut out the starting and ending parts of the video, as well as provide it with a title, description, and tags.
Verify that the video’s settings are correct. Check that the appropriate privacy settings have been chosen and that the information is being sent to the appropriate channel.
Choose to share it. The notifications section of your PS4 will keep you updated on the status of your video sharing.
If your video does not upload successfully, check that you are logged into your YouTube account, use a device other than your PS4 to remove the unsuccessful upload from YouTube, and then erase all of the video upload alerts from your PS4.