Xbox shared video not updating
If simple solutions don't fix your problems, you may need to send it in for a repair.
The Xbox One is a much more sturdy and reliable system than the Xbox 360 was, but if you do need to have it repaired the process is to either call 1-800-4MY-XBOX (in the US) or go to the support section of and set up a repair there.
Xbox Live is an online multiplayer gaming and digital media delivery service created and operated by Microsoft.
It was first made available to the Xbox system in November 2002.
Sometimes Xbox One games and apps don't function like they should. Now turn the Xbox One on again (you'll have to either use the power button on the system or use the controller, it won't turn on with Kinect in this fully powered down state), and everything should (hopefully) work right.
They'll crash to the dashboard or not even load when you select them (the splash screen for the game or app will come up, but then it will just hang and eventually go back to the dashboard). It works for the same reason that rebooting your PC is the first troubleshooting step for a lot of computer problems: Your computer gets bogged down with "stuff" the longer it is running and needs to be refreshed once in a while. There are problems this obviously won't solve, like a bad disc drive or something, but when a game or app suddenly stops working like it should on a previously normally functioning Xbox One, or Kinect doesn't respond to voice commands right anymore, doing a full power cycle on the Xbox One is the first thing that you should do to try to solve the problem.
The biggest update to the Xbox One Upload Studio is its new 30-minute video limit.
If issues with games or apps persist after you do a full power cycle, there may be a different issue (or maybe a new patch came out that broke it for everyone, not just you) that this can't help with.
In that case, the only advice is to check online to see if other people are having the same problem and figure out your next move from there.
There are also a variety of green screen effects on offer including a pop-art style “Comic” background, a futuristic “Spaceship” edit and a “Clones” edit so that video makers can embrace their inner Xbox Director of Programming, Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb also explained on Twitter “the Upload Studio update ‘Green Screen’ feature is pretty cool since no green screen is needed.
Kinect sees your body and does the rest” which is useful for those who don’t have the money or the room to set up a fully fledged green screen space.
The online features, while praised as innovative, were largely considered a failure, and the Dreamcast's immediate competitor, the Play Station 2, did not initially ship with built-in networking capabilities.