Speaking of Nvidia, I have noticed that Nvidia ShadowPlay doesn’t work with Zwift. I was hoping to use it (instead of using some 3rd party software) to capture some gameplay and check on the framerate.
I’m not aware of any advantage. Zwift already works best on NVidia without having to make any tweaks (other than a few calls I make for NVidia Optimus equipped laptops).
Shadowplay is a lightweight recording tool that allows for realtime streaming and/or recording of games that are recognised in Nvidia GeForce Experience app. Zwift is not recognised and therefore cannot be used, which is a shame because I’d love to record some zwift bunchrides to show to my non-believer cycling buddies.
Ah yes it can be used. Just enable desktop capture