This may seem like childs play to some, it may be informative to others. Either way, I hope it helps.
I’ve found using Spectator Mode is an excellent way of grabbing images and video footage that would otherwise have been extremely difficulty to obtain and here’s how I do it on Xbox One.
Firstly, you are limited to a maximum of 10mins capture time on Xbox One which can be increased to 1 hour if you have an external storage device, formatted to NTFS, plugged in.
For reference: One hour of captured footage at 1080p 30fps will use 4.2gb of storage space.
From your home screen go to the ‘Multiplayer’ tab and select ‘Server Browser’.
Now use the filter options to find the specific game mode or maps you would like to capture.
Once you’ve made your choice of game mode/map, click the ‘Server Info’ tab
This brings you to the server information screen, where you’ll see two options ‘Join’ and 'Join as spectator’
At this point you want to select the ‘Join as spectator’ option.
After loading, you’ll see an overview of the map along with camera positions, capture points and individual players. If you click on a camera or capture point you should get this ‘Options’ box appear.
This is where you can refine your camera view. From depth of field to speed of movement etc. Play around with it until you get your desired look.
If you want to get rid of the annoying ‘X Options’ tab to obtain a full screen view, simply hold the ‘X’ button on your controller to hide it. Repeat this step to bring it back if you want to change any options.
And that’s all folks, happy capping.