For those of you running one of AMD's cheaper solutions to desktop graphics, you're finally getting a worthwhile piece of embedded software to stream and record your gameplay.
Following on from last year's Crimson update, Team Red has introduced their now big yearly update with a slight name change. The Crimson ReLive update is a-go.
For Nvidia users, Shadowplay became their weapon of choice when it came to recording and streaming their gameplay. Injected into their software suite, the system recently recieved another update that significantly reduced the performence hit witnessed by having this feature constantly running in the background.
Why did AMD get the PS4 contract? Nvidia said it was "not worth the cost".
And AMD is looking to do the same. The days of Raptr are long gone, so anyone running one of Red's GPU solutions now have access to a pretty slick looking tool for quickly capturing key in-game moments whether they were expecting the shot or not.
Much like Nvidia - and Microsoft's - video capturing software, you'll be able to bring up AMD's solution at any time. Keep your hard-drive space in mind, though. Footage can gulp it down pretty quickly.