Monday, December 2nd 2013

NVIDIA Rolls Out GeForce Experience Update

NVIDIA has now made available a new version of the GeForce Experience software, bringing improved gameplay recording via ShadowPlay as well as more user control over the game-specific optimal settings. This release is version 1.8 and is available here for Windows Vista/7/8/8.1.

NVIDIA GeForce Experience 1.8 Release Highlights:

Optimal Settings
  • New optimal settings slider adds fine grained control over performance and quality tradeoff
  • Ability to select and optimize for different resolutions
  • Ability to select Windowed, Full-screen, or Windowed Borderless modes.
ShadowPlay
  • Removes 3.8 GB file limitation in Win7.
  • Record up to 20 minutes in Shadow Mode
    Unlimited recording in Manual Mode
    ShadowPlay creates new files once 3.8 GB is reached
  • Captures video without re-scaling at up to 1080p. At higher resolutions, aspect ratio is preserved.
  • Adds microphone recording
  • Captures video at 60 fps instead of 62 fps
  • Reduces stuttering in captured video
Other Improvements
  • NVIDIA "UpdatusUser" user account is no longer required for installation
  • Adds ability to scan for games in folders and network drivers with user read-only permissions
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3 Comments on NVIDIA Rolls Out GeForce Experience Update

#1
hardcore_gamer
Does it allow capture at 5760x1080 without scaling ?
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#2
Assimilator
And they still haven't fixed the fact that it doesn't handle filesystem junctions correctly, despite me using the "Feedback" function in the app to report it - twice.
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#3
erixx
This software again and again finds no games after updating and restores to search for them damn games on drive c: !!!!!

go to settings
go to games
delete location c:
add location d:games
run search for games
run apply optimizations
if game "G" custom settings: yes then:
yell @maximum volume "Damn my personal game "G" optimizations are gone"
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