Intel recently updated its Graphics Command Centre app with a couple of features. Specifically, the app now allows consumers using Intel CPUs to perform video capture and to broadcast their current gaming session online.
Needless to say, the functions of the two feature are more or less identical to the NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience Share and AMD’s ReLive. As per the app’s official description on Microsoft Store, Capture offers a simple and intuitive way for users to record videos on their primary display or to stream to a variety of game streaming sites like Mixer or Twitch. Of course, in order to pull off the whole affair, you’ll need to ensure that you’re Intel CPU is 8th generation or later.
Apart from the video capture and streaming, Intel also added in a Combined Desktop feature that, as the name suggests, enables users to combine multiple displays and transform them into a single, unified desktop user interface.
Intel’s Graphics Command Centre is available for download via Microsoft Store. However, it should be noted that the app is still in beta and that there’s still no indication from the semiconductor maker as to when a full version of the app will be released.