GeForce Experience Connects To Facebook - Share Straight To Your Timeline

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GeForce Experience Connects To Facebook and Facebook Live with New Update

For years, GeForce Experience has enabled gamers to capture and share gameplay to fans and friends. Today, we're enhancing our sharing capabilities by adding support for Facebook, giving you the ability to broadcast live to Facebook and upload screenshots and recordings directly to your Timeline.

Broadcast To Facebook Live

Facebook Live makes it easy to share your gaming moments with friends . Want to show friends the latest game you're playing? Simply hit "Alt+Z" to bring up the GeForce Experience overlay and go live. Your friends can see your gameplay, as well as react and comment while you're broadcasting. You can also add in your webcam and microphone for more interactivity with your audience. After broadcasting, your video will also be available for friends to watch on your Timeline.

Broadcast and Upload gameplay straight to your Timeline with GeForce Experience

Share Screenshots & Videos To Facebook

Integration to Facebook also makes it easy to share your favorite game photos or video captures. Use hotkeys to quickly capture screenshots (Alt+F1) or record video (Alt+F9). And then invoke the built-in Gallery in the GeForce Experience Overlay (Alt+Z) to quickly review your captured content and upload to Facebook.

You can also capture and showcase your latest NVIDIA Ansel photographs on Facebook, including Ansel's 360 photos. Your friends will also be able to view these immersive 360 degree photographs natively on their phones, using the Facebook mobile app. Just announced at CES, Mass Effect Andromeda will be shipping with Ansel.

Upload screenshots and NVIDIA Ansel screenshots directly to your Facebook Timeline with GeForce Experience

Tutorial To Get Started

1. First connect using your Facebook account. Hit "Alt+Z" to open GeForce Experience Share Overlay and click on the settings cog wheel.

Hit Alt+Z to open GeForce Experience Share Overlay and click on the settings cog wheel

2. Click on "Connect" and select "Facebook." Log in using your Facebook credentials.

Click on Connect and select Facebook

Log in using your Facebook credentials

3. Hit "Start" in the main menu to start broadcasting to Facebook Live.

Hit Start in the main menu to start broadcasting to Facebook Live

4. If you want to reduce your broadcast resolutions due to limited bandwidth, select "Customize" and choose "Medium" or "Low".

If you want to reduce your broadcast resolutions due to limited bandwidth, select Customize

Choose Medium or Low to reduce bandwidth requirements

5. Alternatively, if you want to record video, simply hit "Alt+F9" to toggle video recording or hit "Alt+F1" to capture a screenshot. For an Ansel Supported game, hit "Alt+F2" to capture Super Resolution or 360 photos.

6. Access the built-in gallery in GeForce Experience with "Alt+Z". Select your favorite shot from the gallery and hit "Upload".

Access the built-in gallery in GeForce Experience with Alt+Z

Select your favorite shot from the gallery and hit Upload

We'll be rolling out this release first to beta users on January 5th, then to the public next week. If you're already using GeForce Experience, and have "Allow experimental features" ticked in the General preferences, simply check for updates in the client itself from January 5th to download and install the new release with Facebook support. If you've yet to try GeForce Experience, download it from GeForce.com to get started.

If you have any feedback on the new Facebook features, please use the "Send Feedback" button on the bottom right of the screen inside GeForce Experience.