The aim of the mechanism is to allow players to record themselves dancing to the moves of a specific song. Once recorded, players will then send their videos to Ubisoft, in which the team will pick out which clips are best for usage. Community remixes contain a variety of these clips of players dancing to the song.
On Just Dance 2015, for the camera consoles (Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4), recording can be proceeded by using the Kinect or PlayStation camera. The same can also be done with the PlayStation 3's Move camera. With the Wii U, the console's game pad's camera is required for recording. With the Wii, a separate camera must be used for recording, and the videos must be sent to the team manually.
All Community Remixes (with the exception of preinstalled ones like Happy and Uptown Funk) require an Internet connection to be accessed.
Just Dance Now
A (C) indicates that the song has a Community Remix contest for now.
A (CC) indicates that the song had a contest which was later cancelled.
Just Dance 2017 - Don't Stop Me Now (Community Remix) - SUPERSTAR
On some consoles, such as the Xbox One, not all of the contestants will be credited by their usernames. Instead, some will be credited as simply "Just Dancer".
There is a bug on the Just Dance 2015 Community Remix. A white block was shown instead of the person was dance. But the change of the person name was still work.
The Community Remix was orignally called 'Dance Mix'.
Sexy And I Know It’s Community Remix is the only one that features splitscreen with original routine and player's video. However, Only You (And You Alone) features the original routine at the bottom of the screen.