In March, NVIDIA Studio is celebrating the latest AI-powered features in the most popular creative apps, accelerated by NVIDIA RTX, dramatically speeding up and evolving the digital creative process.
- Adobe’s Super Resolution – now available in Adobe Camera Raw and coming to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic – this new feature boosts an image’s apparent resolution, intelligently enlarging photos while maintaining clean edges and preserving important details.
- Improvements to DaVinci Neural Engine, in Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve 17, alongside new tools like Magic Mask that effortlessly select and remove people from backgrounds, make creating easier.
- To spend less time in the editing bay, Adobe Premiere Pro’s Scene Edit Detection, recently introduced in the Premiere Pro public beta, is optimised by NVIDIA GPUs to quickly detect and tag cuts in final video files; eliminating long scrubbing session to make manual edits. And once it’s time for exporting, the built-in NVIDIA hardware encoder on NVIDIA GeForce GPUs exports high-resolution video up to 5x faster than CPU alone.
- AI-powered denoising in Blender is a process that predicts final images from partially rendered results while designing in the viewport. This allows users to explore new ideas and quickly iterate on design choices with full confidence in how it will turn out.
These exciting new AI features and more are available in the March NVIDIA Studio Driver which has just been launched.
Finally, this month’s announcement includes a refresh for one of the most popular and unique Studio laptops, the ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED featuring a new GeForce RTX 3070 GPU and a one-of-a-kind 4K OLED HDR touchscreen paired with the unique ASUS ScreenPad™ Plus secondary 4K display, plus a brand-new tilting design that offers effortless ergonomics and seamless creative workflows.