Nvidia Highlights previously known as ShadowPlay Highlights
Establishing the momentum of being included in the most popular PC games in the world, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, and Fortnite, NVIDIA Highlights is expanding to even more titles. Support for Call of Duty World War 2, Star Wars Battlefront II and Tekken 7 are available now, with Dying Light: Bad Blood and Escape from Tarkov coming soon.
Highlights were previously called ShadowPlay Highlights, but it looks like Nvidia changed the name in corresponding with these announcements. It automatically associates your gaming highlights: such as kills, killing spree combos, or the delicious chicken dinners and lets you easily make short video highlights that can be shared on social media.
Nvidia Ansel and “Shot with GeForce”
Nvidia’s Ansel tool and new “Shot with GeForce” service will let you play with a game’s graphical imagery and then you can share your favorite images with others.
Ansel is just basic fun. The tool lets you pause a game, then freely roam around with the camera and capture great in-game moments, complete with the post-processing filters and all sorts of real-time editing options. It’s amazing. Ansel has been already embedded in over 40 titles, and Nvidia announced several more at GDC 2018.
Nvidia also introduced a new branch of sharing for the gamers, The Shot with GeForce site hosts Ansel screenshots, including 360-degree photos. You can upload photos via GeForce Experience or the site itself, and Nvidia is running a Shot with GeForce contest that could get you gear like a Star Wars-themed Titan XP graphics card or Razer’s Blade Stealth gaming laptop.
Highlights and Nvidia Ansel are fun to play with. Try them out! You’ll need a GeForce graphics card to use Nvidia’s tools. Keep your GeForce drivers and any compatible games updated to start using Highlights and Ansel as soon as they’re available.