NVIDIA “in the NVIDIA studio” this week: GeForce RTX 40 series powers the latest creations
With Halloween right after us, NVIDIA’s weekly blog “In the NVIDIA Studio” has rightly showcased the works of the creators with a spooky twist. GeForce RTX 40-series GPUs are also featured – and how they dramatically speed up content creation.
Featured this week: Eric Tualle aka ATOM and Sabour Amirazodi.
Tualle’s short Mr. Pumpkin was created with the help of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPU, specifically with testing motion capture techniques and accelerated renders. Amirazodi’s mobile workstation was powered by the professional NVIDIA RTX A5000 GPU – which allowed him to bring his work – Haunted Sanctuary to life.
NVIDIA notes that GeForce RTX 4090 is capable of delivering notable performance improvements such as:
- OBS Studio version 28.1 and Google Chrome enabled AV1 encoding with new NVIDIA encoder for improved live streaming efficiency
- Topaz Lab’s Video AI v3.0 release enabled new AI features and enhanced video enhancement capabilities that all work faster with the adoption of the NVIDIA TensorRT SDK and support for dual AV1 encoders.
- ON1 software has added Tensor Core acceleration which improves performance when applying advanced effects, with further enhancements in the pipeline.
- VTube Studio has integrated NVIDIA Broadcast Augmented Reality features that enable seamless and higher quality control of avatars through powerful GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs.
Both artists use various NVIDIA RTX technologies to streamline their workflow and save time – learn more about the advancements and creators in this NVIDIA Studio blog post.
Pokdepinion: Those who work in VFX might find this interesting to read.