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NVIDIA Updates Beta App With 120FPS AVI Recording and One-Click GPU Tuning

NVIDIA has updated its beta app with various noteworthy features. Beta users today can now access a new one-click automatic GPU performance tuning setting. NVIDIA says this setting will let users monitor and maximise the potential of their GPUs while eliminating tasks that aren’t needed during gaming.

The tuning option also performs regular checkup scans on your GPU to make sure you’re using the right tuning profile when gaming.

NVIDIA has also included a handful of manual settings in this tuning mode so you can tweak various voltage settings and power options while monitoring the temperatures and fan speed targets. This lets users maximise their GPU performance while still maintaining certain thresholds across power usage, temperate and fan speed.

In addition to the handy tuning option, NVIDIA has also added added support to record AVI SDR and HDR video encoding. This new file format greatly improves the clarity of recordings. The files also are also compressed thanks to the eighth-generation NVIDIA Encoders (NVENC) on GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards and laptop GPUs. AV1 improves encoding efficiency by 40%, producing higher-quality videos without requiring more disk space.

The update now lets users record at 120 frames per second for smoother, more immersive playback. This is handy for those who want to create 120FPS video tests for benchmarks and graphical comparisons. Keep in mind that YouTube doesn’t support 120FPS so you’ll need to upload these files to another cloud service.

NVIDIA says AV1 comes with various advantages. Using AV1, there are fewer blocky artefacts, colour banding is reduced, and significantly more detail is preserved in fast-motion scenes. It also supports recording video with DLSS 3 enabled.

The beta settings are now available in the NVIDIA App. You can find out more about the program here and download the app to your PC.

The NVIDIA App will eventually replace the current NVIDIA Experience program which is used across PCs. The app will launch with all these beta settings available. However, anyone can download and test the app in its beta form.

Earlier this week at Computex, NVIDIA also detailed its plans to launch RTX HDR Video in VLC. The company also confirmed that it is working on Copilot gaming laptops alongside AMD and Microsoft.

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