Like someone who works from home i lives next to the famous BART tracks in the Berkeley area, an app like this Nvidia Broadcast seems like a gift from God to reduce background noise and generally make video calls or playbacks with less work. Then it’s good to see it Nvidia broadcast receives a major update that further improves audio filtering and more.
The big news in the Nvidia Broadcast 1.3 update is the improved noise reduction for loud or loud voices. Nvidia notes that Broadcast previously had issues with streamers (especially those with naturally high-pitched voices) that were accidentally leaked during the strongest moments. Say you’ve just defeated an attack boss in Destiny 2 and want to shout your triumph, or that the new ghost of Phasmophobia has scared you away and screamed as if someone was leaving ice behind you. 1.3 Adds dedicated training sound profiles to better learn your voice patterns while filtering out unwanted noise.
Of course, the other half of real-time video calls or playbacks are getting to see your co-workers / fans / fan fans. Nvidia Broadcast 1.3 adds support for more professional cameras, virtual cameras and capture cards: Canon EOS Webcam Utility, Nikon Webcam Utility, Sony Webcam Utility and (perhaps most importantly) the OBS virtual camera.
If you’re worried about having another app to slow down your platform, Broadcast Update 1.3 also reduces VRAM usage by an additional 40%, in addition to reducing VRAM requirements from your previous update. This will help you when using various parts of Broadcast AI features, such as automatic framing that will follow you as you move.
Please note that Broadcast will only work with RTX cards. The update is released on Friday.