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Wednesday, 18 December 2013 18:02

GeForce Experience 1.8.1 brings Twitch

Written by Fuad Abazovic



Broadcast your games

In case you are a world class gamer or you think that there might be someone out there who would like to see how well you played, Nvidia has a solution for you.

Geforce Experience has received Shadowplay support, a way of make video clips out of your gameplay with a minimum performance impact. Now Geforce Experience 1.8.1 is bringing Twitch support, a way to broadcast your gameplay. Twitch is using a dedicated H.264 hardware encoder that is a part of Geforce 600- and 700-series cards.

This is a nice feature that many younger gamers will enjoy as apparently many of them believe that if something didn’t happen on the twitter, Facebook or streamed at YouTube, it didn’t happen at all. That is how the world works these days. 

You will need to have Twitch login credentials and a 3.5Mbps connection is required for High Quality, 2Mbps for medium, and 0.75Mbps for low.

If you own a Geforce GT 650 card or better, especially the 700 series, your Geforce Experience will offer an update. 

You can get some more details on Nvidia’s Geforce website here

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