Editor’s note: This post is part of our weekly newsletter In the NVIDIA studio series that honors famous artists, offers creative tips and tricks, and shows how to do it Studio NVIDIA technology enhances creative workflows. We also study new ones in detail GeForce RTX 40 series graphics processor features, technologies and resources and how they significantly accelerate content creation.
Laptops equipped with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070, 4060 and 4050 GPUs are now available. The new lineup—including proven NVIDIA Studio notebooks from ASUS, GIGABYTE and Samsung—gives creators more options to create from anywhere with lighter and thinner devices that far exceed last-generation performance.
These new GeForce RTX GPUs for notebooks deliver increased performance with NVIDIA’s Ada Lovelace and fifth-generation GPU architecture Max-Q technologies.
The notebooks are equipped with powerful NVIDIA Studio technologies, including hardware acceleration for 3D, video and AI workflows; RTX hardware optimization in over 110 popular creative applications; and exclusive NVIDIA Studio programs such as Omniverse, Canvas and Broadcasting. And when the creation is finished to start the game, DLSS 3 technology doubles the frame rate.
Additionally, the creation of a short film by 3D artist Shangyu Wang titled The most valuable gifthighlighted In the NVIDIA studio this week. The film was shot in NVIDIA Omniverse, a platform for creation and operation metauniverse programs.
And don’t forget to register creator and Omniverse sessionstextbooks and other on NVIDIA GTCa free global conference on the era of AI and the metaverse, which will be held online March 20-23.
Native GPU class
The new Studio laptops, equipped with powerful GeForce RTX 4070, 4060 and 4050 Laptop graphics processors and fifth-generation Max-Q technology, revolutionize content creation on the go.
These improvements deliver extreme efficiency, allowing creators to get the best of both worlds: small size and high performance. Thinner, lighter and quieter notebooks maintain exceptional performance, allowing users to complete complex creative tasks in a fraction of the time it took before.
GeForce RTX 4070 graphics processors open advanced possibilities for video editing and 3D rendering. Work with high dynamic range 6K RAW video files with lightning-fast decoding, export to AV1 with the new eighth-generation encoder, and get almost 40% performance gains over the previous generation with GPU-accelerated effects in DaVinci Resolve by Blackmagic Design. Experienced 3D artists can easily complete large projects in mainstream 3D applications with the new third-generation RT cores.
GeForce RTX 4060 GPU-class laptops with 8GB of video memory are great for video editing and artists who want to get started with 3D modeling and animation. In the popular open source 3D application Blender, rendering times are a whopping 38% faster than the last generation.
Get started with GPU acceleration for photography, graphic design, and video editing workflows with GeForce RTX 4050 GPUs that deliver a massive upgrade to integrated graphics. Get access to accelerated AI features, including 54% faster performance in Topaz Video for video scaling and deinterlacing. Turn home offices into pro-grade studios with NVIDIA Encoder and AI-powered NVIDIA Broadcast for live streaming.
Freelancers, hobbyists, aspiring artists and more can find the GeForce RTX GPU to suit their needs, now available in a new lineup NVIDIA Studio laptops.
Powerful, portable, ready for creativity
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 The Ultra comes with a choice of GeForce RTX 4070 or 4050 GPUs and a bright 16-inch 3K AMOLED display.
Select one by address Best buy or on Samsung.com.
GIGABYTE updated it Aero 16 Studio laptop with GeForce RTX 4070 GPU and 16-inch thin-bezel OLED display, 60 Hz. The Aero 14 powered by a GeForce RTX 4050 GPU with a 14-inch thin-bezel OLED display, 90 Hz.
Buy Aero 14 at Amazonand find both laptops on GIGABYTE.com.
ASUS ROG FLOW Z13 comes with a GeForce RTX 4060, QHD, 165Hz GPU, a 13.4-inch Nebula display, plus a 170-degree stand and detachable full-size keyboard for portable creation, as well as an NVIDIA Canvas-enabled stylus to turn simple brushstrokes into lifelike AI based images.
Get one of the ASUS.com.
MSI Studio Stealth 17 and Razer 16 and 18 models with GeForce RTX 4090 notebook GPUs are also available today.
All aboard the creative ship
Studio laptops are fueling the imaginations of the world’s most creative minds, including this week In the NVIDIA studio artist, Shangyu Wang.
From the moment his film’s credits roll, audiences can expect to be enthralled by a thrilling journey through space and intricate world design, complemented by catchy music and voice-overs.
Film, The most valuable gift, centered on humanity’s attempts to come to terms with another intelligent life form that holds the key to survival. This is a continuation of Wang’s interest in alien civilizations and their potential conflicts with humanity.
Wang usually goes straight to 3D modeling, bypassing the concept stage that most artists go through. He sculpts and shapes models in Autodesk Maya and Autodesk Fusion 360.
By choosing the default Autodesk Arnold renderer using his Studio laptop with a GeForce RTX 3080 Ti processor, Wang was able to use RTX-accelerated ray tracing and AI noise reduction, which allowed him to add detail to interactive, photorealistic images. This was a boon to his performance.
Wang created the textures in Adobe Substance 3D Painter and paid particular attention to fine details, noting that the program is “the best option for the most realistic original materials.” RTX-accelerated light and ambient occlusion ensured full availability of resources in seconds.
As for the final renderings, Wang said that assembling, modeling and staging his 3D scenes was a breeze. Omniverse Creation. “Because of the powerful path tracing rendering, I can change scene lighting and materials in real time,” he said.
And when it came to the final export, Wang could use his favorite renderer in the Omniverse Create viewer, which supports Pixar HD Storm, Chaos V-Ray, Redshift Maxon, OTOY OctaneRender, Blender Cycles, and more.
Wang completed the compositing in NUKE software, where he adjusted colors and added depth of field visual effects to the lens. The artist finally switched to DaVinci Resolve to add sound effects, music and subtitles.
Check out Wang’s other works ArtStation.
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