Introducing the NVIDIA Broadcast App

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Introducing the NVIDIA BROADCAST APP


I recently did a video walkthrough on the NVIDIA Broadcast app (https://youtu.be/Y3TaXAw_gbc) and for those of you that didn't get a chance to watch it, no worries cause I'm gonna run you through all of it's features below.  But before we get started, what exactly is NVIDIA Broadcast ? Well it is a free downloadable application provided by NVIDIA that will transform your gaming space into your very own home studio. Powered by RTX,  NVIDIA Broadcast brings next level AI-enhancements to both voice and video. 


Well alright now this brings us to setup. NVIDIA Broadcast is as easy as 1,2,3 no seriously it actually is. Step one download the App (NVIDIA Broadcast App Download :( https://bit.ly/2GklTce) Step two choose your device and effect, and Step three just select NVIDIA Broadcast as your in-app device. Simple and easy to use right,  But what exactly are you getting by downloading the NVIDIA Broadcast App ?


The NVIDIA Broadcast App offers three AI-Powered features: Noise Removal, Virtual Background, and Auto Frame.  Noise removal enables you to remove background noise from your microphone  feed - be it super loud fan noise or even a vacuum. The AI feature can even be used on incoming audio feeds - super resourceful for when you play with keyboard-mashers out there that wont turn on push to talk. Virtual Background enables you to remove the background of your webcam and replace it with game footage, a replacement image or even blur out your current backdrop. The final feature is Auto Frame this feature is like having your very own cameraperson, Auto frame zooms in on you and uses AI to track your head movements, keeping you in the center of the shot without any fancy or professional equipment. 


These features can be used beyond your gaming needs as well — from video conferencing at home with Zoom, to LIVE streaming on Twitch and even chatting with friends on Discord. NVIDIA Broadcast is supported on any NVIDIA GeForce RTX, TITAN RTX, or Quadro RTX GPU. Many online consumers and creators have been adamant about the capabilities they want delivered and with AI enhancements bundled with resourceful features, NVIDIA kept the community in mind and responded with NVIDIA Broadcast App. Go give it a try today and let me know down in the comments what you think of the Application. 


 

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anixcool said:

It needs RTX card


Yeah... thanks for pointing that out. Guess there's no reason for me to get this then x'D :(