NVIDIA to Showcase Accelerated Creative Workflows at NAB
- Adobe is previewing the next generation of its professional video and audio products and launching its new NVIDIA Tesla-accelerated collaboration platform, Adobe Anywhere.
- Autodesk is showing the latest versions of Maya 2014, with new GPU-accelerated DX11 shader and Ubershader, which provides artists with lifelike realism and takes the guesswork out of design animation. 3ds Max 2014 also uses the GPU to provide the most realistic ambient occlusion in the viewport and active shade interactive ray tracing to dramatically reduce the time to create rich 3d images. Autodesk will also be demonstrating Autodesk 3ds Max on NVIDIA GRID VCA.
- Cinnafilm Tachyon is now available as a plug-in, adding NVIDIA CUDA-accelerated standards conversion to Harmonic ProMedia Carbon.
- Digimetrics adds support for NVIDIA Tesla K20 to its Aurora video QC suite, which provides up to 50 percent faster than real-time artifact detection of HD resolution content.
- Elemental Technologies’ first public showing of NVIDIA Tesla-accelerated HEVC/H.265 encoding on an Elemental Live 2.1 system.
- GenArts announced Sapphire 7, which adds a number of new CUDA-accelerated effects including an innovative “skin beautifier,” and added NVIDIA GPU acceleration for a dozen previously existing effects.
- Quantel Pablo Rio now features support for NVIDIA Tesla K20 accelerators, which allows for real-time 60fps processing of 4K material.
- Matrox DSX LE3 4K enables 4K workflows leveraging NVIDIA GPUDirect™ for Video, which provides low-latency I/O to and from the GPU.
- Telestream is showcasing the new Vantage Transcode IPTV VOD, which utilizes Lightspeed technology with NVIDIA GPU acceleration for video processing and H.264 encoding.
- Realtime Immersion unveils a new 220-degree streaming video solution that gives consumers total control with real-time pan, tilt and zoom. NVIDIA CUDA processes RAW color processing and dewarping to enable smooth playback.
- Red Giant adds new GPU acceleration to Denoiser II 1.4, which, when combined with NVIDIA Quadro K5000 cards, runs 3 to 4 times faster than version 1.3.