Twitch capture functionality in GeForce ShadowPlay Beta

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Twitch continue to take over the gaming world. Nvidia shared details today on their GeForce ShadowPlay Beta, which enables users to stream captured gameplay directly to Twitch. This feature uses the on-board H.264 encoder built into the GTX 600 and 700 series cards.  

A newly released video shows that you simply need to flip one switch in the GeForce Experience to start capture. Easy. Hit Alt+F10 to quick capture anything cool that happens. There’s also manual control, too. Take your captures and up them to YouTube as you please.

In a future update, Twitch streaming will be worked in. That stream captured gameplay will beam directly to Twitch. Right now we’re light on details and timing. Stay tuned. 


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