Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Legendary Highlights?

The Legendary Highlights app is your personal highlight reel creator. For each of your sessions, Legendary Highlights will compose videos where you skills and expertise shine into one legendary highlight. All you have to do is just play!
There are different templates and soundpacks you may use to recreate your videos with to spice them up!
You may also share the video with your friends and the community by clicking the share button on the video’s control panel!

2. How do I use the app?

Play the game regularly! You need to make sure Replay HUD is installed since Legendary Highlights will make use of the videos created by it.

Once your session has ended you will receive a notification saying that your video is being processed, you will also receive a notification once your highlight video is ready to be viewed. You can either click on the “Watch now” button on the notification or open the app manually from the dock and your videos will be displayed in the carousel at the bottom.

You may also recreate the newly generated video with different templates and a wide range of soundpacks, according to your desired flavor, by clicking the edit movie button on the video’s control panel.

3. How it works?

The app basically makes use of the videos created by Replay HUD. We’ve created an algorithm that picks the best videos created by Replay HUD and composes them into a short highlight reel!

4. Requirements

The app requires Replay HUD to be installed in order to create a video composition. Make sure it is installed!
Replay HUD can be found in the Overwolf appstore.

5. Supported games

We currently only support League of Legends.
More games will be supported soon!

6. The app doesn’t work, what should I do?

Send your logs to with a description of the issue or the specific card you had problems with and we’ll do our best to help you.

Here’s how to get your logs:

  1. Go to %localappdata%/Overwolf/Log/
  2. Compress the log folder into a .rar/zip (This folder contains all the log files).


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