Nvidia recently launched the Broadcast application, which comes after the company’s first beta release, RTX Voice, which came with the feature to support audio processing and noise blocking, as the new application comes with more features and better performance.
Nvidia had launched the RTX Voice application in a beta version at the beginning of this year, which came with the main goal of processing audio, and today comes a new application from the company called Broadcast, which is based on two features with artificial intelligence technology, namely the default background and automatic frame.
Nvidia confirms that the noise cancellation feature now also supports reduced resource consumption to improve performance, and the Broadcast application comes with three times the number of noise profiles to support higher performance.
The default background will also support removing the background that is recorded with your webcam and replacing it with wallpapers for games or any of the images that were previously saved on the memory, and the user will also be able to convert the background to blur with an experience that simulates Portrait mode.
The Auto Frame feature also comes to support tracking the user’s movement with artificial intelligence technology and using a webcam to enlarge or reduce the user’s image according to following the user’s movement.
It is reported that the application of Nvidia Broadcast will require a graphics card RTX 2060, 2070, 2080, 2080 Ti, or Super versions of the graphics card, along with TITAN or Quadro RTX and the new RTX 3080.