The DVR feature for the Xbox One is set to let us record our gameplay and share it with the world. But exactly how much gameplay will we be able to capture?

According to an article on GameSpot, Microsoft Studios creative director Ken Lobb informed them of the Xbox One's DVR features.

Lobb said, "It's called Project Upload. So the idea is you're always recording. So we have a ring buffer game DVR, basically. So the last five minutes of any game you're playing is always being stored locally on your hard drive."

Players will be able to record their last 30 seconds of gameplay simply by saying, "Xbox Record," which will then make the video available for editing and sharing.

An article on Eurogamer reports that Sony's PlayStation 4, which has a similar DVR feature, will allow for 7-15 minutes of gameplay to be recorded.

Let us know what you think of the video recording and sharing features on these systems and whether or not you think you'll use them often.