The latest GeForce Experience Beta is introducing in-game screenshot capture, editing and 4K upload to Imgur, plus a host of new broadcasting features for Twitch and YouTube Live.
These follow the addition of YouTube Live streaming, 1080p 60 FPS Twitch streaming, and a 4K 60 FPS 5.1 Surround Sound GameStream upgrade, which were included in Nvidia's previous release.
If you’re unfamiliar with GeForce Experience, it offers one central location you can automatically download and install new game-improving Game Ready drivers; you can optimize your game settings and performance using our one-click Optimal Playable Settings; and you can record and stream gameplay with Share. GeForce Experience also streams your PC games to SHIELD devices using GameStream technology.
With today’s update, Share’s capabilities are enabling the capture, editing and uploading of screenshots and videos. And for Twitch and YouTube Live users, there are several new features that’ll help improve their streams.
From the Share overlay, accessed via Alt+Z, you can already capture, edit and upload gameplay videos. Now, you can capture, edit and upload screenshots too - all without leaving the game. This enables the instant sharing of screenshots. Furthermore, Nvidia has partnered with Imgur to upload your edited screenshots to Imgur at resolutions up to 4K.
To enable the full range of functionality afforded by this new feature, a few setup steps are required. First, open GeForce Experience, expand the Share dropdown on the top right of the window, and select "Connect…".