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Friday, 18 October 2013 15:28

Nvidia showcases Shadowplay

Written by Fuad Abazovic

Record your 20 mins of fame

At its Montreal event, Nvidia showcased that it can record the last 20 minutes of your game gameplay. It can even stream directly to Twitch and it should not affect gameplay. It should be a one-click broadcast solution and you will need to have a Kepler GPU. It should work with every game.

Tom Peterson, Director of technical marketing, showcased what the new Geforce Experience looks like. You basically get Shadowplay options in the new Geforce Experience suite that is coming on October 28. You can turn on the streaming in Geforce Experience and you can stream in many resolutions including 1080p and up to 60 FPS.

Peterson showcased 720p video at 60FPS and a captured gameplay segment from Splinter Cell Blacklist that didn’t have any impact on performance.


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