NVIDIA ShadowPlay Twitch Streaming Now Available
Today we launched the latest update to GeForce Experience, which now includes a beta release of the highly-anticipated ShadowPlay Twitch Streaming functionality. You can grab the software from here: http://www.geforce.com/geforce-experience
With ShadowPlay Twitch Streaming, you can broadcast your gameplay and commentary worldwide without the need for additional capture equipment or software, and thanks to the H.264 hardware encoder built into Kepler-based GeForce GTX GPUs, you can game without having to worry about how broadcasting will greatly degrade your performance. Hint: it won’t.
Enabling ShadowPlay Twitch Streaming from within GeForce Experience is a snap, and with a few clicks of the mouse, you will be broadcasting your gaming highlights live to the entire world.
We’re excited about today’s beta release of ShadowPlay Twitch streaming, and we’ll continue to add additional functionality based on user feedback. Already, our next major milestone is to add desktop capture for ShadowPlay and better microphone control. For further details on current and upcoming functionality, please reference this GeForce.com article, posted this morning.
We hope you will let your readers know about this exciting development, and we hope that they can share their streaming experiences with us in the ShadowPlay Twitch Streaming Feedback Thread in the GeForce.com forums.