The NVIDIA Studio driver supports new AI features in the most popular creative applications that run on NVIDIA RTX GPUs and improves the way we create. Improvements include image quality, waiting times for rendering are shortened, and the time-consuming but necessary tasks that we have to complete before completion are greatly minimized.
Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Neural Engine enhancements in DaVinci Resolve 17, along with new tools such as Magic Mask, easily extract and remove people and objects from the background, greatly simplifying the creative process.
The scene change detection feature in Adobe Premiere Pro, recently introduced in beta, optimized for NVIDIA graphics cards, quickly detects and marks cuts in video files. No need for time-consuming, manual editing allows for a significant reduction in assembly time. The hardware encoder built into NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards exports high-definition video files up to 5 times faster than the central processor.
Adobe’s Super Resolution (currently available in Adobe Camera Raw, coming soon to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic) is one way to make your photos clearer. The new function increases the resolution of the image while maintaining all the essential details and clear edges.
AI-based Denoise in Blender is the process of predicting final images from fragmentally rendered results when designing in a viewport. Thanks to this, users can easily evaluate the choices made in the project.
Also presented was a refreshed version of one of the most popular Studio laptops – ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED. The laptop is currently equipped with a GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card and a unique 4K OLED HDR touchscreen along with an additional 4K ASUS ScreenPad ™ Plus display. The additional display is equipped with a new tilt mechanism, which ensures maximum convenience and comfort of work.