Microsoft is running a beta upgrade program through which those who have signed up receive beta updates for its new console. The update lets testers try out the new features or fixes prior to general public release. Microsoft has released yet another Xbox One beta system update which brings a fix for Game DVR apart from other subtle tweaks.
Many Xbox One owners had reported an issue with Game DVR. When they uploaded footage captured through the feature often the included audio track would be missing. That obviously defeats the entire purpose of sharing in-game footage with people on the internet. The new Xbox One beta system update fixes that particular issue in the console’s Game DVR feature.
It also brings the promised manual game update that lets Xbox One owners download system changes immediately, thus eliminating the need to wait for the changes to be rolled out. This update also makes some “underlying OS changes,” though Microsoft hasn’t detailed just what those changes actually are.
In the previous Xbox One beta system update the company added a sound mixer which lets users control volume levels of two apps being run simultaneously in Snap mode. Through sound mixer they can select which app can be louder than the other.