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Broadcast live to Facebook with Nvidia Geforce Experience upgrade

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Nvidia Facebook sharing

Starting next week, people using Nvidia’s GeForce Experience software will be able to broadcast live to Facebook and share screenshots and recorded videos on the social service directly.

The update to GeForce Experience, which handles updates for Nvidia’s graphic cards as well as delivering a host of capture and other services, will roll out to beta users today and to the public next week.

Once installed and activated, a person just has to hit Alt+Z to bring up the GeForce Experience overlay in the game and go live on Facebook. The service will also support webcam and microphone use.

Once you’re finished broadcasting, the video will save on your Facebook Timeline.

Sharing recorded videos and screenshots to Facebook directly has also been added to Experience. It’s now one of the options found in the gallery. Sharing will also support 360-degree photos captured with Nvidia’s Ansel software, which is built into GeForce Experience.

You can check out the walk-through of setting up Facebook sharing, and access to the beta, right here.

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