GeForce Experience Update Adds Screenshot Feature And Improved Broadcasting
GeForce Experience which is part of the Nvidia GPU driver package is pretty much a must have software suite for all PC gamers who use Nvidia GPUs and the software just became even better after a recent beta update. The new GeForce Experience Beta adds a multitude of new features as well as fixes and tweaks to old ones.
After installing the new update, users will be able to take in-game screenshots through the software suite without having to rely on other third party capture softwares. The update also allows these screenshots to be edited and then uploaded in as high as 4K resolution to Imgur, one of the most popular image hosting websites all from inside the software suite without any other requirements.
For streamers, the new update also adds new features for Twitch and YouTube Live broadcasting which, after the previous update, supported 1080p60 Twitch streaming and 4K 50 fps 5.1 surround sound GameStream option for SHIELD devices.
Following these updates, GeForce Experience is now pretty much the perfect tool for all sorts of gaming needs. Not only does it allow screenshot capture and manual video recording but also Nvidia exclusive ShadowPlay allowing users to store video footage even if they didn’t have manual recording activated when some cool gaming moment occurred.
GeForce Experience also allows users to change the lighting effects of their graphic cards (if the card supports it) and manually alter the graphical settings of all games installed. There is also a recommended settings option which automatically adjusts visuals to appropriate ones for the installed hardware by pooling in data from other users who have similar PC specifications.