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Find out where Nvidia saves your videos

Find out where Nvidia saves your videos

Nvidia is a company that creates graphics processing units (GPUs) and other computer hardware. They are probably best known for their GeForce line of GPUs. One of the features of the GeForce line is that they can be used to record gameplay video.

If you’re using a GeForce card to record your gameplay, you may be wondering where the videos are saved.

Where does Nvidia save videos

Nvidia saves your videos in the Videos folder. By default, this is located in C:UsersUSERNAMEVideos. However, you can change this location by going to the Nvidia Control Panel and selecting “Manage 3D Settings.” Under the heading “Video Capture,” you’ll see a drop-down box that allows you to choose a different Videos folder.

If you’re not sure where the Nvidia Control Panel is, it’s usually located in the System Tray (near the clock on your desktop). Right-click on the Nvidia icon and select “Control Panel.” You can also search for “Nvidia Control Panel” in the Start menu.

Alternatively, you can also find the location of your recorded videos by going to the Steam client. In the “Library” section, right-click on the game you’ve been recording and select “Properties.” Under the “Local Files” tab, click “Browse Local Files.” This will open the folder where your videos are saved.

So there you have it! Nvidia saves your videos in the Videos folder, which by default is located in C:UsersUSERNAMEVideos. However, you can change this location by going to the Nvidia Control Panel. You can also find the location of your recorded videos by going to the Steam client.

How is location determined when recording with Nvidia?

The location of your recorded videos is determined by the “Video Capture” setting in the Nvidia Control Panel. By default, this is set to the Videos folder.

However, you can change this by going to the Nvidia Control Panel and selecting a different location. You can also find the location of your recorded videos by going to the Steam client.

Nvidia uses a proprietary video format that is not supported by most video players

If you try to play a video that was recorded with Nvidia, you’ll probably get an error message saying that the file is not supported. This is because Nvidia uses a proprietary video format that is not supported by most video players.

In order to play your recorded videos, you’ll need to convert them to a different format. There are a few ways to do this. One option is to use a video converter like Handbrake. Another option is to use the Nvidia GeForce Experience software. This software has a built-in video converter that can be used to convert your recorded videos to a more common format.

Once you’ve converted your video, you should be able to play it on most video players. You can also export your saved videos to another location on your computer or external hard drive.

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Videos are automatically deleted after a certain amount of time, depending on your settings

By default, Nvidia will automatically delete your recorded videos after a certain amount of time. The exact amount of time varies depending on your settings.

You can change this setting by going to the Nvidia Control Panel and selecting “Manage 3D Settings.” Under the heading “Video Capture,” you’ll see an option to “Automatically Delete Saved Videos.” By default, this is set to “30 days.”

You can also choose to manually delete your recorded videos by going to the location where they’re stored and deleting them yourself. However, it’s a good idea to keep at least one copy of your videos so you can analyze them later.

Nvidia saves your videos in the Videos folder, which by default is located in C:UsersUSERNAMEVideos. However, you can change this location by going to the Nvidia Control Panel and selecting a different folder.

You can also find the location of your recorded videos by going to the Steam client.