Tuesday, June 18, 2024

NVIDIA RTX Video HDR Revolutionises Creation with AI

NVIDIA RTX Video HDR Technology

NVIDIA debuted NVIDIA Studio in 2019 at COMPUTEX. With a variety of new RTX technology integrations unveiled this week at COMPUTEX 2024, it’s delivering AI to even more creators after five years and more than 500 NVIDIA RTX-accelerated apps and games.

The ASUS ProArt PX13 and P16 and MSI Stealth 16 AI+ laptops, among other recently announced NVIDIA GeForce RTX AI laptops, will have dedicated RTX Tensor Cores to speed up AI performance and power-efficient systems-on-a-chip with Windows 11 AI PC capabilities. They join the more than 200 laptops that RTX AI technology has already enhanced.

The free VLC Media Player will soon support NVIDIA RTX Video, a set of features that improves video content streamed in browsers like Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. These features include RTX Video Super Resolution and NVIDIA RTX Video HDR. Additionally, makers can take advantage of these AI-enhanced video effects in well-known creative apps like Wondershare Filmora and DaVinci Resolve for the first time in June.

NVIDIA’s new H.265 Ultra-High-Quality (UHQ) mode has been added to DaVinci Resolve and Cyberlink PowerDirector. This mode increases encoding efficiency and high-efficiency video coding (HEVC) by 10% by utilising the NVIDIA NVENC.

Amazing Detail Is Delivered with RTX Video HDR

NVIDIA RTX Video HDR enables producers and gamers to optimise the dynamic colour reproduction of their HDR panels while retaining fine details that could be accidentally lost as a result of video compression. This is achieved by using the power of Tensor Cores on GeForce RTX GPUs.

The clearest streamed video can be produced anywhere, at any time, by combining NVIDIA RTX Video HDR and RTX Video Super Resolution. Chromium-based browsers like Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome support these functionalities.

Soon to be released as open source, NVIDIA RTX Remix is a modding tool that lets users recreate vintage games using RTX. This will make it easier for modders to alter objects and replay scenarios. In order to integrate RTX Remix with other modding tools like Blender and Hammer, a new REST application programming interface (API) will also be made available.

The latest creative software to use NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 with Ray Reconstruction is Womp, a 3D modelling tool. AI-powered DLSS provides higher-quality ray-traced graphics in the viewport.

Project G-Assist, an RTX-powered AI assistant technology demo from NVIDIA, offers PC games and apps context-aware assistance.

One-click performance adjustment and 120 frames per second AV1 video capture are new features of the latest NVIDIA app beta release.

Additionally, you can install the most recent versions of the NVIDIA Studio and Game Ready drivers right now.

NVIDIA RTX Video Super Resolution

RTX GPUs with AI Tensor Cores are the source of NVIDIA RTX Video, a suite of real-time artificial intelligence (AI) video upgrades that significantly boost video quality.

Included in it are two upscaling technologies NVIDIA RTX Video HDR, which turns normal dynamic range videos into breathtaking high-dynamic range on HDR10 televisions, and RTX Video Super Resolution, which eliminates compression artefacts and creates extra pixels to boost video sharpness and clarity up to 4K.

The NVIDIA RTX Video software development kit, made available by NVIDIA, enables app developers to integrate NVIDIA RTX Video effects into their creator processes.

One of the first applications to use NVIDIA RTX Video is Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve, a potent video editing programme featuring colour correction, visual effects, graphics, and audio post-production capabilities. On the COMPUTEX show floor, an integration demonstration is taking place.

Soon, Wondershare Filmora, an AI-powered video editing app with advanced social media video editing capabilities, will support NVIDIA RTX Video HDR.

In addition to adding support for Mozilla Firefox, the open-source, cross-platform media player VLC Media Player has now added NVIDIA RTX Video HDR in its most recent beta edition.

Additionally, NVIDIA announced the release of a new UHQ mode for the HEVC video compression standard (also known as H.265) in NVENC, a hardware encoder specifically designed for RTX GPUs. Compared to the commonly used x264 Medium compression standard, NVENC HEVC is 34% more efficient due to the new mode, which boosts compression by 10% without sacrificing quality.

The upcoming updates for Cyberlink PowerDirector and DaVinci Resolve video editing software will include support for the new UHQ mode. Check back soon for the official launch dates.

Toolkit for RTX Remix Open Sources Creation

With the help of generative AI technologies, modders can effortlessly acquire game assets, automatically improve materials, and produce gorgeous RTX remasters with complete ray tracing thanks to NVIDIA RTX Remix.

Recently, DLSS 3.5 support with Ray Reconstruction an AI model that produces better graphics for demanding ray-traced games and apps was added to the RTX Remix open beta.

NVIDIA plans to release the RTX Remix Toolkit as open source later this month, enabling more modders to simplify the process of swapping out assets and lighting scenarios. Additionally, the business is adding additional models to RTX Remix’s AI Texture Tools and expanding the file types that its asset ingestor supports.

Additionally, NVIDIA is opening up RTX Remix’s capabilities with a new, robust REST API, enabling modders to livelink RTX Remix to other DCC programmes like Blender and modding tools like Hammer. In order to enable modders to integrate the renderer of RTX Remix into games and applications other than the DirectX 8 and 9 classics, NVIDIA is now offering an SDK for the RTX Remix runtime.

Take a Look at Some Rays

With NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 with Ray Reconstruction, hand-tuned denoisers are replaced with an NVIDIA supercomputer-trained AI network that produces higher-quality pixels in between sampled rays, improving the quality of ray-traced images on NVIDIA RTX and GeForce RTX GPUs.

Even with top-of-the-line technology, previewing content in the viewport can occasionally result in less-than-ideal image quality because traditional denoisers need to be manually adjusted for each scene. The AI neural network can identify a large range of scenes with DLSS 3.5, resulting in high-quality preview photos and significantly cutting down on rendering time.

DLSS 3.5 has been integrated to Womp, a free browser-based 3D modelling tool, to improve interactive, photorealistic modelling in the viewport.

With DLSS 3.5, users of two well-known professional-grade 3D applications with real-time preview modes and ray tracing, Chaos Vantage and D5 Render, have also experienced significant speed gains of up to 60% from Ray Reconstruction and 4x from all DLSS technologies.

AI App Acceleration Tools

The great majority of the currently available open-source AI models are pretrained for widespread use and executed in data centres.

NVIDIA has released the RTX AI Toolkit, an end-to-end workflow for the customisation, optimisation, and deployment of AI models on RTX AI PCs, in order to develop more efficient app-specific AI tools that operate on local PCs.

Drakshi
Drakshi
Since June 2023, Drakshi has been writing articles of Artificial Intelligence for govindhtech. She was a postgraduate in business administration. She was an enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence.
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