October 25, 2020

How to use Nvidia’s magical RTX Voice app to eradicate background noise in calls and videos

The futuristic Turing GPUs inside of Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 20-series graphics cards come packed with dedicated RT and tensor cores devoted to accelerating ray tracing and AI tasks, respectively. Thus far, the tensor cores have mostly been used to s...

The futuristic Turing GPUs inside of Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 20-series graphics cards come packed with dedicated RT and tensor cores devoted to accelerating ray tracing and AI tasks, respectively. Thus far, the tensor cores have mostly been used to supercharge visuals by reducing noise in ray traced games and enabling the faster, better, deeply impressive DLSS 2.0 feature. But a new Nvidia app called RTX Voice puts those machine learning chops to a much more practical use for your ears, leveraging the hardware to filter out background noise in conferencing apps like Zoom and Skype, as well as broadcasting apps like OBS Studio, Discord, and Xsplit.

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