For AWS product manager Jay Maglione, the challenges of 2020 mean we must rethink creative studio norms and look to the cloud for the next workflow evolution.
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Processing capabilities needed to support simulation games expected to push PC hardware sales into the billions.
New driver features time-saving updates for Adobe Premiere Rush and Premiere Pro including auto reframe, scene edit detection, blender cycles.
Graphics industry analyst Dr. Jon Peddie speculates about the UK tech giant’s future amid growing rumors of a Softbank sale.
As described by Jon Peddie Research, the digital graphics market is dominated by CAD/CAM, with visual effects in games and movies accounting for only a small market share.
Available this September, the 64 core, single socket CPU platform is powered by AMD’s brand-new high-performance processor.
New platform surpasses other cameras by 10MP, features water and dustproof housing, providing ideal portability and excellent resolution.
New FLEXX data center platform features NVIDIA GPUs and multiple CPUs, and supports virtualization software for remote workstations.
vGPU licenses now available at no cost for 90 days, allowing accelerated virtual infrastructure setup for working remotely.
MobileStudio Pro 16, promoted this month at Adobe MAX 2019, highlights its seamless integration with Adobe Fresco painting and drawing app.
New technology supercharges over 40 apps, including Adobe Dimension, Substance Alchemist and Premiere.
Innovative demo puts attendees on moon’s surface through real-time ray tracing and AI-based pose estimation.
New designs from Dell, HP and BOXX join suite of 17 other OEM systems that provide real-time ray tracing, advanced AI and high-resolution video editing capabilities.
17 new RTX Studio laptops pair RTX GPUs with NVIDIA Studio Stack of SDKs and drivers to significantly improve performance and reliability for content creators.
New Jon Peddie Research report anticipates 20 million PC game players will migrate from personal computer platforms to TV displays and related gaming services by 2022.
From real-time virtual production and mixed-reality broadcasts to delivering cinematic-quality visuals and faster than real-time 8K transcoding, NVIDIA GPUs are powering demos for more than 85 partners at the world’s biggest broadcast trade show.
Starting at just $99 per year, new subscription pricing offers lower-cost of entry and end-to-end warranties; academic pricing starts at $50 per year.
NVIDIA supercharges creative workflows with RTX GPUs and Creator Ready Drivers to improve performance and reliability in creative applications.
Samsung SDS integrates serverless and big data to automate machine learning application scaling and productization.
Using assets from the award-winning Netflix series, NVIDIA teams with Autodesk and Vancouver VFX studio Image Engine to showcase real-time GPU-accelerated rendering workflows with RTX Server and Quadro vDWS.
NVIDIA Omniverse enables teams to interactively work together to create and render scenes using industry-standard 2D and 3D software.
Offering a powerful tool for creating virtual worlds, interactive ‘smart paintbrush’ app harnesses the power of generative adversarial networks to convert rough doodles into stunning photorealistic landscapes.