NVIDIA Broadcast (formally RTX Voice) is now available on other GeForce & Quadro cards. We are installing the latest updates now and are very excited to bring our video and podcast productions to you, using the power of AI. The following is directly from the official NVIDIA site.
The NVIDIA Broadcast app transforms your gaming space into a home studio. Take your live streams, voice chats, and video conference calls to the next level with AI-enhanced voice and video.
Noise Removal – Rise above the noise: Loud keyboard typing. Annoying microphone static. Bothersome PC fans. Noise Removal uses AI to eliminate unwanted background noise at the touch of a button.
Go live or attend a meeting remotely without worrying about finding a quiet place. Or mute players in loud environments, making them easier to understand. NVIDIA Broadcast makes it fast and easy.
Virtual Background – Setting the stage: Experience instant creative control at your fingertips. Background Removal, Replacement and Blur (beta) allow you to customize your background without the need for expensive equipment or complex lighting setups. Personalize your webcam feed using powerful AI greenscreen effects perfect for work and play, wherever you are. The possibilities are endless.
Auto Frame – Time to Shine: Lights, camera, app-tion. Dynamically track your movements in real-time with Auto Frame (beta), automatically cropping and zooming so you remain the star of the show — even as you move around.
Stream like a boss: Steal the show with incredible graphics and smooth, stutter-free live streaming. Next-generation hardware encoding and decoding combine to show off all your best moments in exquisite detail. And the all-new NVIDIA Broadcast app takes your livestreams to the next level with powerful AI capabilities to improve audio and video quality with effects like virtual background, webcam auto frame and microphone noise removal. GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs deliver the performance and image quality necessary to give your audience your best—every time.
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