Applications Can Be Optimized With GeForce Experience Update

Applications can be optimized with geforce experience updates
Applications can be optimized with geforce experience updates

After the recent GTC 21 announcements, the NVIDIA Studio ecosystem offers creators new graphics cards, applications and software improvements with the new NVIDIA Studio Driver. In addition, a new feature has been introduced that GeForce Experience predicts which settings will be enabled in creative applications to maximize performance. The feature is currently supported in more than 30 applications, including Adobe Illustrator, Lightroom, Substance Designer, Autodesk AutoCAD, and DaVinci Resolve.

By configuring "GPU Render Mode", "Use GPU for Blackmagic RAW Decoding" and "Use GPU for R3D" to automatically optimize settings, creators can get the full efficiency and high performance of their Studio products.

NVIDIA Omniverse, an RTX-accelerated platform for 3D content creators, currently in open beta, helps creative teams such as Moonshine Animation save 50% on production costs and the BMW Group both increase efficiency and reduce errors by 30%.

Two popular apps get new AI features powered by NVIDIA Broadcast. Notch has added real-time, AI-powered body tracking and virtual backgrounds by integrating the latest Augmented Reality SDK into Notch Builder. OBS Studio added Noise Canceling to eliminate unwanted sounds like loud keyboard typing or microphone static.

It also announced the NVIDIA RTX A16 single-slot GPU with 4000GB of memory and the 24GB NVIDIA RTX A5000, new flagship desktop graphics cards for professional creators. Based on the NVIDIA Ampere architecture like GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards, both include next-generation Ray Tracing, Tensor and CUDA cores to help creators complete the most complex creative tasks.

For professionals on the go, the new NVIDIA RTX A2000, RTX A3000, RTX A4000 and RTX A5000 laptop graphics cards offer accelerated performance in their slim and light form. These include the latest generation of Max-Q and RTX technologies powered by the NVIDIA Studio ecosystem, as well as proprietary driver technology developing creative applications for optimum performance and reliability levels.

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