NVIDIA has released a major update to its GeForce Experience software. It bumps the version number to 3.0 and includes a new and faster user interface, better performance and new in-game video recording features.
As before, the GeForce Experience software is a fast way for PC gamers with NVIDIA graphics cards to update their drivers, along with recommended optimizations settings for each game in their PC library. NVIDIA adds:
Every element of GeForce Experience has received a makeover in this new version. We've simplified the Home Page with a modern user interface, made information, games and Optimal Playable Settings accessible with a single click, and accelerated every action. And behind the scenes, the GeForce Experience 3.0 is 3x faster and consumes 50% less memory than the previous version.
For PC game "Let's Play" video fans, GeForce Experience 3.0 has some new in-game controls for recording, editing and uploading clips of your awesome gameplay for everyone else to check out:
Now, GeForce Experience can record gameplay at 60 FPS, at up to 4K, in fullscreen and windowed modes, and upload a complete or trimmed clip to YouTube; livestream to Twitch and YouTube Gaming at 1080p60; capture and edit screenshots, and upload them straight to Imgur without leaving the game; show your FPS during gameplay; and let a friend jump into your game via Chrome to either watch, take control of your character, or play in co-op. And now these features are also available on Optimus notebooks.