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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:50am 03/09/21 | 0 Comments
If you're rocking a GeForce RTX graphics card and in the content creation game, or just living in the current age of video broadcasts then you've no doubt seen the benefits of NVIDIA Broadcast. A suit of tools that improve streaming thanks to AI powered noise reduction and AI-based green screen camera action. Today sees the arrival of NVIDIA Broadcast version 1.3.

Which sees overall improvements (because hey, we're talking about AI) in addition to a reported 40% reduction in VRAM usage when stacking audio and video effects. Which is great news for those worried about the performance impact of turning on NVIDIA Broadcast features.



In terms of specifics the update includes enhanced audio noise removal for loud and higher pitch voices (as seen above) plus support for more cameras - including Canon EOS Webcam Utility, Nikon Webcam Utility, Sony Webcam Utility and OBS Virtual Camera.

For more on the update - head here.



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