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  1. The following games support Highlights and are available to play on GeForce NOW: Apex Legends ARK: Survival Evolved – EGS/Steam ATOM RPG Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Crossout Destiny 2 Dota 2... Date Updated: 10/01/2020
  2.   For some users, auto update is not working.  To get the latest app version please download and install the latest version Date Updated: 03/05/2020
  3. Highlights are automatically enabled by default for supported games. Simply select a Highlights enabled game and hit play.   The in-game overlay can be opened with CTRL-G  on Windows or... Date Updated: 02/11/2020
  4. With NVIDIA Highlights, your key moments, clutch kills, and match wins are automatically captured for you within supported games. NVIDIA Highlights on GeForce NOW is supported for games like... Date Updated: 06/14/2019
  5. This issue can be avoided by reassigning one of the applications default Open In-Game Overlay hotkey.  For example you can change GeForce Experience’s default hotkey to Ctrl+Alt+Z. Date Updated: 09/09/2020
  6. By default, there is no limit set on how much storage NVIDIA Highlights will use. If you'd like to set a limit so you don't use too much disk space, enable "Disk Space Limit" from the in-game... Date Updated: 06/11/2019
  7. To minimize the impact of Highlights on the streaming game, we do not transcode the incoming game stream to a constant, fixed resolution.  As network conditions change, the Highlights that are... Date Updated: 06/11/2019
  8. Highlights captured on one system are not compatible with the other due to incompatible standards.  As an alternative, VLC version 3.0 or later may be used on either system, but you may still... Date Updated: 06/11/2019
  9. You can find a complete list of keyboard shortcuts by opening the in-game overlay and navigating to Settings > Keyboard shortcuts.   Keyboard Shortcut Windows macOS Open/Close the Share... Date Updated: 11/26/2019
  10. NVIDIA Highlight videos are encoded in H.264 and saved as MP4 files Date Updated: 06/11/2019
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