NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s GTC 2022 keynote reveals numerous performance upgrades for NVIDIA Studio users, including work with Unity and Unreal Engine 5, centered on the company’s new GPU series powered by NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture.
During Tuesday’s GTC 2022 keynote, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang revealed the new GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs, powered by the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture, designed to accelerate content creation for NVIDIA Studio users across all creative fields, including work with Unity and Unreal Engine 5.
- DLSS 3 technology provides 3D artists with significant performance upgrades, AI-powered fourth generation RTX Tensor Cores, and a new Optical Flow Accelerator generating additional frames and increasing FPS. This will improve smoothness and speed up movement in the viewport while working in 3D applications such as NVIDIA Omniverse, Unity, and Unreal Engine 5.
- NVIDIA RTX Remix is a new NVIDIA Omniverse tool that gives creators new game modding tools for the easy creation of mods with ray tracing and DLSS for classic games, as well as collaboration in Omniverse-connected apps.
- New dual, eighth generation AV1 encoders - dedicated hardware on the new GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs provide improvements for video editors and live streamers. Video editors will see their export times cut in half, and the updated tensor cores will boost AI tools' performance by 70%. Livestreamers can more easily produce high-quality streams and benefit from the new NVIDIA Broadcast effects for partners. And with dual encoders, gamers can capture up to 8K60 footage with GeForce Experience.
- The new September Studio driver is also now available.
NVIDIA’s partner collaborations have also brought more advancements to the creative applications of NVIDIA Studio:
- OBS Studio and Discord will add AV1 support in their next software release.
- The top video editing apps – DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Premiere Pro via the Voukoder plugin, and Jianying – are adding support for AV1 and dual encoders.
- New SDK features that power NVIDIA Broadcast will be available in OBS and VTube Studio.
Also featured at GTC was NVIDIA Racer RTX, a demo built in NVIDIA Omniverse showcasing the latest technologies possible with the new GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs.
Step into this special edition of “In The NVIDIA Studio” to see how a global team of NVIDIANs, led by creative director Gabriele Leone, created the new demo with GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs and DLSS 3 in NVIDIA Omniverse – see it here.