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.

The Graphics processor GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8 GB — part of GeForce RTX 4060 family announced last week is now available starting at $399 from leading expansion card vendors including ASUS, Colorful, Galax, GIGABYTE, INNO3D, MSI, Palit, PNY and ZOTAC, as well as system integrators and developers worldwide.

The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB video card is already available from many vendors.

GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs are supported Studio NVIDIA technologies including hardware acceleration for 3D, video and AI workflows; optimization for RTX equipment in over 110 of the most popular creative programs; and exclusive Studio programs i love Omniverse, Broadcasting and Canvas.

In addition, improvements for Studio NVIDIAPrograms for creators based on minibuses continue to appear. MAGIX VEGAS Pro video editing software is getting a major AI overhaul that will improve performance for all GeForce RTX users.

And get ready to be inspired by British live streamer Warwick, insightful and inspiring in equal measure, as they share their AI-powered workflow powered by GeForce RTX GPUs and NVIDIA Broadcast app, this week In the NVIDIA studio.


Today at the Microsoft Build conference NVIDIA presented new tools for developers this will make it easier and faster to learn and deploy advanced AI on Windows 11 PCs with RTX GPUs.

In addition, the studio team wants to see how creators #SetTheScene, whether for an unexplored virtual world or a small interior diorama of a room.

Participating in the #SetTheScene Studio community. Post your original environment art to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and use the hashtag #SetTheScene for a chance to be featured on @NVIDIAStudio or @NVIDIAOmniverse social channels.

VEGAS Pro gets RTX-based AI Assist

NVIDIA Studio has partnered with MAGIX VEGAS Pro to accelerate the AI ​​model on Windows computers with incredible results.

VEGAS Pro 20 update 3released this month, boosts the speed of AI effects—such as rendering styles, AI scaling, and coloring—using NVIDIA RTX GPUs.

Shorter time is better. Tested on GeForce RTX 4090 GPU, Intel Core i9-12900K with UHD 770.

For example, Style Transfer uses artificial intelligence to instantly transform the style of famous artists such as Picasso or Van Gogh, with a stunning 219% increase in performance compared to the previous version.


Warwick’s world

As shown this week In the NVIDIA studio the artist would say, “Welcome to the channel!” Warwick is a British content streamer who loves coffee, Daft Punk, RPGs and cats. Along with their immense talent and extremely interesting persona lies an extraordinary superpower: empathy.

Warwick, like the rest of the world, has had to find new ways to connect with people during the pandemic. They decided to use streaming as a way to build a community. Their vision was to create a channel that would provide laughter and joy, an escape from reality in stressful times, and a safe haven for love and expression.

“It’s okay not to be good,” Warwick emphasized. “I’ve lived much of my life being told that I can’t feel certain feelings, express emotions, or let things get me down. I’ve been told that these are weaknesses that I need to deal with, when in fact they are our greatest strengths: being true to ourselves, feeling and being honest with our emotions.”

Warwick finds inspiration in making a positive contribution to the lives of others. Thousands of followers speak for themselves.

But there are always ways to improve the quality of streams — plus working and streaming full-time can be challenging because “it can be difficult to see all your ideas through,” Warwick said.

To achieve maximum efficiency, Warwick uses a GeForce RTX 3080 graphics processor, taking advantage of NVIDIA’s seventh-generation encoder (NVENC) for independent video encoding, freeing up the graphics card to focus on live streaming.

“NVIDIA is highly regarded in content creation circles. GeForce GPUs improve OBS, Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro!” — Warwick

“I honestly can’t get enough of this!” said the streamer. “Being able to stream with OBS Studio software with NVENC allows me to play the games I want at the quality I want, while other programs work to offer quality content to my community.”

Warwick also experimented with NVIDIA Broadcast program, which magically transforms dorm rooms, home offices, and more into home studios. They said Eye contact the effect had “almost magical” results.

“Every time I have to read an ad, I find it incredible how good it is Eye contact works considering it’s in beta!” said Warwick. “I love the other features streaming offers for content creators and beyond.”

Warwick will be a panelist at the event hosted by Queer of the highest order (TTQ), an initiative that celebrates queer advocates in the creative space.

Sponsored by NVIDIA Studio and organized In the NVIDIA studio artist WATCHOLEYthe TTQ event in June will serve as an arena for visibility and promotion of queer culture, as well as an opportunity to award one participant with prizes including GeForce RTX 3090 GPUto further amplify their voice. Apply for the TTQ initiative now.

Streaming is deeply personal to Warwick. “In my streams and in everything I create, I aim to inspire others to know that their feelings are valid,” they said. “And because of that, I feel like my community really appreciates me and the space I give them.”

Warwick Live.

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