GeForce Experience offers gamers easy access to driver updates, recommended game settings, gameplay recording and streaming, screenshot and in-game photo captures, and much more.
We are excited to share that we are officially releasing Ansel RTX and Freestyle in version 3.18, which is available now as an in-app update.
NVIDIA Freestyle – Change The Look and Feel of Games In Real-Time
NVIDIA Freestyle gives you the power to customize the appearance of a game in real-time through the application of post-processing filters. Add sharpening, adjust color and contrast, or make your own filter by stacking and tweaking any of the 17 available filters.
To apply Freestyle filters in any of the 200+ games currently supported, simply press Alt+F3 during gameplay.
Ansel RTX – Even More Tools and Features For In-Game Photos
Ansel RTX expands select Ansel Photo Mode features to hundreds of games, allowing you to add stackable filters, save in HDR format, and capture photos at up to 8K resolution using AI Up-Res on GeForce RTX graphics cards.
To use Ansel RTX features, load a game from our Supported Games page, and press Alt+F2 during gameplay to start Ansel Photo mode. Please note the Ansel feature set varies by game and whether the game has integrated the Ansel SDK:
In a supported title, the Ansel user interface will load and you’ll see options like these, giving you ways to enhance your gameplay and snap screenshots:
With Ansel Up-Res, we use Tensor Cores on GeForce RTX GPUs to render supersampled 8K screenshots super quick, giving you more detailed, less aliased in-game photos to upload to ShotWithGeForce, or use as a desktop wallpaper.
To use AI Up-Res, press Alt+F2 to open the NVIDIA Ansel interface, select the “Super Resolution photo” Capture mode, and under “Method” choose “AI Up-Res”. Then, adjust any other available options and click “Snap” to save your picture to the Alt+Z GeForce Experience Gallery.
More Games Add Ansel and Highlights Each Month
This includes big hitters like Hitman 2, BattlefieldTM V, Dragon Quest XI, Metro Exodus and Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and indie favorites such as Deep Rock Galactic, Insurgency Sandstorm, and My Time At Portia. In total, 22 games have added support for Ansel, Highlights, or both, over the past 6 months.