GeForce Experience and GeForce Now Hot Keys & Keyboard Shortcuts !!

Shortcuts for GeForce Experience and GeForce Now:

In this article, we will show some general Keyboard Shortcuts for GeForce Experience and GeForce NowGeForce Experience is a companion application for Nvidia GeForce graphics cards. It keeps drivers up to date, optimizes game settings, and allows sharing of gaming recordings.

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Last updated on Oct 06, 2020.

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General Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Alt+Z It is used to Share overlay UI
Alt+F1 It will take a screenshot and save it to the gallery
Alt+F12 This shortcut key will toggle the FPS counter on/off
Alt+F10 Helps to save the last 5 minutes recorded
Alt+F9 Used to Toggle manual recording on/off and save

Broadcasting Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Alt+F8 It is used to Toggle broadcasting on/off
Alt+F7 This shortcut key is used to pause/resume broadcasting
Alt+F6 Helps to toggle the camera on/off while broadcasting
Alt+F5 It will toggle custom overlay on/off while broadcasting

GeForce Now Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+G It is used to Toggle in-game overlay
Ctrl+1 It helps to save a screenshot
Ctrl+Shift+0 Helps to toggle instant replay on or off
Ctrl+0 This shortcut key helps to save the last recorded minutes/seconds
Ctrl+9 This key will start or stop the recording
Ctrl+M It helps to toggle the microphone
Ctrl+Alt+F6 When playing a game it is used to advanced gaming stats
Option+Command+F6 It helps to advance gaming stats in the Mac while playing a game

First line:

Code Definition
###fps It is the average frame rate based on the frame-to-frame present time.
ft:###ms It is an average frame-to-frame receive time from the server
fj###ms This code shows the average frame-to-frame receive time jitter (navigate=early, positive=late)
r:##mb It is an average streaming rate
bwu:##% This shortcut key uses bandwidth utilization as a percentage.

Second Line:

Code Definition
######## It shows a frame number
rtd: ###ms It will be  a round trip delay from client to server
pl: ### If there may be more than one packet per video frame, it is used to packet loss.
%cpu: ##.# On Mac, the percentage of 1 core the process is using. It should be similar to an activity monitor on Mac.

Third Line:

Code Definition
b: ####ms It is used to begin time. The latency between receipt of the packet to the start of processing
d: ####ms This shortcut key is called decode time. The latency from beginning to decoding is complete.
r: ####ms It is a render time. The latency from decode complete to render complete
p:####ms It is the present time. The latency from render complete to post-swap-buffers
t: ####ms It is known as total time. Used to add up all the above for total latency through the client

Fourth Line:

Code Definition
wr: ###x### This shows a window resolution
sr: ###x### It is a streaming resolution, it may vary due to network quality
sq: ### It is called a q score or Quality score, which represents the overall streaming quality that the user is currently experiencing.
e: #### It shows a number of input events processed

Fifth Line:

Code Definition
gpu: ####### It is one of the types of GPU used on the server for this session
input: alt|sdl alt– It uses direct input events from the system

sdl-It uses input events from the SDL library

From the above article, you can clarify the keyboard shortcuts and coding definitions for the GeForce Experience and GeForce Now. If this article has any mistake means leave it in the below comment section.

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