From the blog of GameCamps, a gaming community, came this news.
GameCappers have created an app called GameCap, which allows people to record and upload clips from gaming competitions, events, and other popular events in their area.
They’ve also created a tool that lets people create clips, annotate them, and share them on the GameCapers forums.
The developers say they hope to eventually allow the app to be used by anyone in the US and Canada, but they don’t expect that to happen anytime soon.
If you’re looking for a way to record your own gaming clips, GameCapes has a few tools that will help you.
If your clip is from an upcoming gaming event or a popular gaming competition, you can use the Gamecapers GameCaper Tool to find the clip in your area.
If the clip is something more personal (like a friend’s parents having a baby) you can create a GameCaping Camera Clip to capture that moment.
Finally, if you’re a member of a gaming podcast, you’ll be able to send the clips to a podcast member in your community.
This is a good way to share your gaming clips to your listeners without having to spend hours on the phone, which is probably the best way to use GameCape.