GeForce Experience 1.8.1 Feedback Thread
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Please leave your feedback and bug reports here for GFE 1.8.1 Now with Twitch streaming support: http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/shadowplay-twitch-streaming
Please leave your feedback and bug reports here for GFE 1.8.1

Now with Twitch streaming support:

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/shadowplay-twitch-streaming

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#1
Posted 12/10/2013 11:08 PM   
Any ETA on temp file relocation?
Any ETA on temp file relocation?

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#2
Posted 12/17/2013 05:18 PM   
Hi, I tested Twitch streaming. I had same problems that I had before. My audio goes crazy in random points of the game. Also the playback is very laggy. It doesnt show any problems in my gaming but the playback is terrible. Example (starts after few seconds..) http://www.twitch.tv/m/340177 This same issue happens with recording also (on/off and shadowtime etc....). Computer specs: System Model: Gigabyte Z87X-D3H Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670K Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti Memory: 8192MB RAM Operating System: Windows 7
Hi,

I tested Twitch streaming. I had same problems that I had before. My audio goes crazy in random points of the game. Also the playback is very laggy. It doesnt show any problems in my gaming but the playback is terrible.

Example (starts after few seconds..)

http://www.twitch.tv/m/340177


This same issue happens with recording also (on/off and shadowtime etc....).

Computer specs:
System Model: Gigabyte Z87X-D3H
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670K
Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti
Memory: 8192MB RAM
Operating System: Windows 7

#3
Posted 12/17/2013 07:21 PM   
im similar it looks like 24fps ... but game actualy runs 100+ fps and quality sucks need realy get more improvements :)
im similar it looks like 24fps ... but game actualy runs 100+ fps and quality sucks need realy get more improvements :)

#4
Posted 12/17/2013 07:44 PM   
Did a quick test and it worked fine untill i hit alt+tab. That's when the stream went offline and didn't resume untill i hit the button to start streaming again. PC: Intel core i7 3770k Ivy Bridge Asus Maximus V Gene PNY Geforce GTX 780 XLR8 OC 8Gb Corsair Vengeance LP 1600mhz Windows 7 x64 Newest Nvidia drivers and Geforce Experience. Alt+tabbing kills the stream. Quality was nice, i'd really like if i could however choose the size for the webcam by myself. The presets are all too big. Quality seemed decent and i didn't seem to have any drops in fps or any other issues. However i didn't test it out very long due to alt+tabbing. Game i tested with was WoW. I'm going to test with Battlefield 4 later and possibly CS:GO aswell.
Did a quick test and it worked fine untill i hit alt+tab. That's when the stream went offline and didn't resume untill i hit the button to start streaming again.

PC:

Intel core i7 3770k Ivy Bridge
Asus Maximus V Gene
PNY Geforce GTX 780 XLR8 OC
8Gb Corsair Vengeance LP 1600mhz
Windows 7 x64


Newest Nvidia drivers and Geforce Experience. Alt+tabbing kills the stream. Quality was nice, i'd really like if i could however choose the size for the webcam by myself. The presets are all too big. Quality seemed decent and i didn't seem to have any drops in fps or any other issues. However i didn't test it out very long due to alt+tabbing.

Game i tested with was WoW. I'm going to test with Battlefield 4 later and possibly CS:GO aswell.

#5
Posted 12/17/2013 07:45 PM   
Interesting addition, though, as always, not without its flaws. As stated above, not being able to tab out from the game is very irritating. To top it off, for some reason now, whenever a message comes in via the Twitch chat, it will tab me out of game to view it. Quality seemed nice, but I think it would be nicer if we would be able to edit the settings of the stream further i.e. sound inputs/levels.
Interesting addition, though, as always, not without its flaws.

As stated above, not being able to tab out from the game is very irritating. To top it off, for some reason now, whenever a message comes in via the Twitch chat, it will tab me out of game to view it.

Quality seemed nice, but I think it would be nicer if we would be able to edit the settings of the stream further i.e. sound inputs/levels.

#6
Posted 12/17/2013 08:27 PM   
The streaming functionality is pretty awesome, but it keeps randomly stopping. After anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes, it switches to the icon with the red slash through it, and the stream dies. GTX 780 i5-2500k Windows 8.1 Pro GeForce R331 (331.82)
The streaming functionality is pretty awesome, but it keeps randomly stopping. After anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes, it switches to the icon with the red slash through it, and the stream dies.

GTX 780
i5-2500k
Windows 8.1 Pro
GeForce R331 (331.82)

#7
Posted 12/17/2013 09:07 PM   
Still getting "Cannot connect to Nvidia" on My Rig
Still getting "Cannot connect to Nvidia" on My Rig

CPU: Intel i5 2500K
Video Card: GTX 770
Memory: 8GB
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate

#8
Posted 12/17/2013 09:18 PM   
1. You can't expect it to be okay for the broadcast to drop every single time you alt-tab. This also makes it impossible to watch your own broadcast live. 2. Playback is very choppy, despite a flawless, buttery, in-game experience. Here's a test vid. http://www.twitch.tv/vaheofpeace/c/3409244 I'm expecting 1080p @ 60 FPS. 3. The microphone needs to have a push-to-talk feature.
1. You can't expect it to be okay for the broadcast to drop every single time you alt-tab. This also makes it impossible to watch your own broadcast live.

2. Playback is very choppy, despite a flawless, buttery, in-game experience. Here's a test vid.


http://www.twitch.tv/vaheofpeace/c/3409244


I'm expecting 1080p @ 60 FPS.

3. The microphone needs to have a push-to-talk feature.

#9
Posted 12/17/2013 09:40 PM   
[quote="Qwahzi"]The streaming functionality is pretty awesome, but it keeps randomly stopping. After anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes, it switches to the icon with the red slash through it, and the stream dies. GTX 780 i5-2500k Windows 8.1 Pro GeForce R331 (331.82)[/quote] This suggests your upload speed is fluctuating - once it drops below the speed required for that specific quality, for a sustained period, the stream will end. Speedtest websites can give you a rough indication of your upload speed, though it will of course vary to Twitch's servers, and you can find a guide on the speeds required for each quality in the GeForce.com story referenced in post #1.
Qwahzi said:The streaming functionality is pretty awesome, but it keeps randomly stopping. After anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes, it switches to the icon with the red slash through it, and the stream dies.

GTX 780
i5-2500k
Windows 8.1 Pro
GeForce R331 (331.82)


This suggests your upload speed is fluctuating - once it drops below the speed required for that specific quality, for a sustained period, the stream will end. Speedtest websites can give you a rough indication of your upload speed, though it will of course vary to Twitch's servers, and you can find a guide on the speeds required for each quality in the GeForce.com story referenced in post #1.

#10
Posted 12/17/2013 09:45 PM   
[quote="Qwahzi"]The streaming functionality is pretty awesome, but it keeps randomly stopping. After anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes, it switches to the icon with the red slash through it, and the stream dies. GTX 780 i5-2500k Windows 8.1 Pro GeForce R331 (331.82)[/quote] I too am getting this issue GTX 780 i7-3970x Windows 8.1 Pro 331.93 Drivers
Qwahzi said:The streaming functionality is pretty awesome, but it keeps randomly stopping. After anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes, it switches to the icon with the red slash through it, and the stream dies.

GTX 780
i5-2500k
Windows 8.1 Pro
GeForce R331 (331.82)


I too am getting this issue

GTX 780
i7-3970x
Windows 8.1 Pro
331.93 Drivers

#11
Posted 12/17/2013 09:46 PM   
Every time I try and start shadowplay I get system bluescreen and restart. Win 8.1 Pro i7 4770k 3.5GHz GTX 660 X2 SLI 331.93 Drivers
Every time I try and start shadowplay I get system bluescreen and restart.




Win 8.1 Pro

i7 4770k 3.5GHz

GTX 660 X2 SLI

331.93 Drivers
Could you please take out the limitation for streaming ? Because it streams perfectly with my 100kb/s upload but after a time it will stop and an icon will appear with a red slash. But the stream looks very good and smooth so why does it stops when it runs good ? Please fix that :(
Could you please take out the limitation for streaming ? Because it streams perfectly with my 100kb/s upload but after a time it will stop and an icon will appear with a red slash. But the stream looks very good and smooth so why does it stops when it runs good ? Please fix that :(

#13
Posted 12/17/2013 09:57 PM   
Used ShadowPlay at every version so far, this update has totally broken it. All I get is a red slash through the icons for both Twitch, manual and Shadow record. I tried re-installing both NVidia experience and the drivers with the same results. i7 3770 GTX 660 Win 8.1 PRo 331.93 drivers
Used ShadowPlay at every version so far, this update has totally broken it. All I get is a red slash through the icons for both Twitch, manual and Shadow record.

I tried re-installing both NVidia experience and the drivers with the same results.

i7 3770
GTX 660
Win 8.1 PRo

331.93 drivers

#14
Posted 12/17/2013 10:01 PM   
I wish to ask something before I install 1.8.1 Have you fixed the need to re-set up my display after installing? The last three updates have had me going into my display properties to set my resolution back to 1980x1080 and then resizing my desktop to it (it is actually 1842x1036). I mean, really, I have not had to do this since maybe windows 3.11 drivers. Is it that hard to remember my settings as you update my software?
I wish to ask something before I install 1.8.1 Have you fixed the need to re-set up my display after installing?

The last three updates have had me going into my display properties to set my resolution back to 1980x1080 and then resizing my desktop to it (it is actually 1842x1036).

I mean, really, I have not had to do this since maybe windows 3.11 drivers. Is it that hard to remember my settings as you update my software?

- Al

w7 x64, AMD FX 8350, 32GB RAM, DirectX 11, GTX 660Ti with 331.82 drivers

#15
Posted 12/17/2013 10:03 PM   
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