NVIDIA Updates GeForce Experience With Vulkan & OpenGL Support

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May 11, 2017

GeForce Experience, NVIDIA’s companion application, now supports gameplay recording and broadcasting support for Vulkan and OpenGL games.

Prior to the update, NVIDIA’s software only supported ShadowPlay video capture via Microsoft’s DirectX application programming interface.

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In addition to Vulkan and OpenGL support, GeForce Experience version 3.6 also offers improved user controls for broadcast, gallery, and upload. Furthermore, all of these functions are enhanced by native Vulkan and OpenGL support in all screen modes.

“In other words, you can now stream and record your Minecraft and Doom gameplay with the press of one hotkey, and use the built-in overlay to easily share to Facebook, Google, Twitch, and more”, reads NVIDIA’s official news post. “It’s powered by our acclaimed ShadowPlay technology, so you can capture up to 4K 60 FPS and never miss a beat while you game.”

GeForce Experience can be downloaded from NVIDIA’s website right here.