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GTA 5: How to Stop Recording on PS5, PC, Xbox, PS4

Knowing how to stop recording on GTA 5 is key to creating great video content. Unfortunately, it can be tricky to work out which button to press to “Stop Record” on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. Thankfully, this guide is here to clear things up.

How to stop recording on GTA 5 PC

When playing GTA 5 on PC, follow these steps to stop recording:

  1. Press the alt key in-game.
  2. Press F1 to start your recording.
  3. Press F2 when you’ve finished recording, and your clip will save.

How to stop recording on GTA 5 PS5, PS4, and Xbox

When playing GTA 5 on PS5, PS4, and Xbox, stop the recording by doing the following:

  1. Bring up the character selection menu.
  2. Start your recording by choosing the record option and pressing A.
  3. Once you’ve recorded what you want, press down and select “Save Recording.”
  4. Once that’s done, you’re able to edit it in the Rockstar video editor.

That’ll work on all console systems, so you should be covered when it comes to recording Grand Theft Auto 5.

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