Corsair continues to take steps to improve its position in the streaming market, and the latest announcement implies that in its software Corsair iCUEElgato Wave Linkand the cat Camera huball the exclusive features of NVIDIA Broadcastfeatures that only users with GeForce RTX graphics can enjoy.
Some of these features are AI effects to remove ambient sound, blur the background of the streamer, replace it with an image without the need for a green background. You can find all extensive and detailed information in the following press release.
For owners of NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards, NVIDIA Broadcast AI effects enhance microphones and cameras in real time to enhance gaming, streaming, and video conferencing experiences, all controllable from CORSAIR and Elgato software interfaces. Compatible versions of CORSAIR iCUE, Elgato Wave Link, and Elgato Camera Hub are available now, ready to unleash the power of your NVIDIA RTX graphics card for gamers and content creators right out of the box.
Noise and echo cancellation powered by NVIDIA Broadcast AI ensure audio with unparalleled clarity and clarity, enabling a cutting-edge audio experience across nearly the entire line of CORSAIR headsets, microphones, and Elgato microphones. Wave XLR.
Powered by Tensor Core processors in GeForce RTX GPUs, NVIDIA Broadcast Effects uses machine learning to identify user voices and separate them from other ambient sounds, resulting in advanced noise cancellation that dramatically improves audio clarity during calls and videos. Background noises such as fans, chatter, or traffic fade away, leaving the other person’s voice crystal clear. NVIDIA Broadcast effects also cancel room echo, providing muffled, studio-quality acoustics in a wide range of environments, without the need to soundproof walls and ceilings.
For video, NVIDIA Broadcast effects in Elgato Camera Hub allow for additional background options, such as background blur, replace, or remove. Unlike software solutions that produce poor and inconsistent background effects, AI-enhanced filters powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs provide better edge detection to produce more realistic, high-quality effects like s it was a DSLR camera, using only a webcam.
Using the new NVIDIA Broadcast effects in CORSAIR and Elgato software is quick and easy. If iCUE recognizes a CORSAIR headset – or support for an ST100 headset – and the system has an NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU, iCUE will automatically prompt you to install the NVIDIA Audio Effects SDK. A simple downloadable audio plug-in integrates denoising into Elgato Wave Link software, which also allows it to be used with popular streaming applications such as OBS Studio.
A new Effects tab now appears in Elgato Camera Hub software (version 1.3 or later), providing instant access to all new NVIDIA Broadcast-enabled background effects. An “Elgato virtual camera” can then be selected as the video input in applications such as Zoom.
Thi La, President and COO of CORSAIR, said, “We are thrilled to partner with NVIDIA to bring a next-generation audio and video experience to our customers. “With the integration of NVIDIA Broadcast, we’re adding to the powerful capabilities of iCUE and Elgato software to create a more professional gaming, streaming, and remote work setup.”
“By integrating NVIDIA Broadcast effects into CORSAIR and Elgato software, we can seamlessly provide users with AI-enhanced video and audio,” said Jason Paul, vice president of platform marketing, GeForce. at NVIDIA. “These AI tools allow creators with NVIDIA RTX GPUs to deliver even more stunning videos and live streams.”
Plus NVIDIA Broadcast integration, Elgato today announced that the award-winning Elgato HD60 X is the first capture card validated for use with G-SYNC displays. With the HD60 X and a G-SYNC-enabled display, content creators will be able to play high-fidelity games in up to 4K60 HDR as they were intended, without tearing, stuttering, stuttering or artifacts, while simultaneously capturing gameplay in high definition.