Nvidia Broadcast now works with more cameras and uses less VRAM

Tom Warren

The Verge

Nvidia is updating its Broadcast app to improve noise removal, support more cameras, and reduce the amount of VRAM used by the app. Nvidia Broadcast is primarily used by streamers and content creators to filter out background noise from a microphone, or blur a backdrop for a webcam. Nvidia is focusing on improving these main use cases with version 1.3 today.

While Nvidia Broadcast has become a popular choice for streamers, the app would sometimes filter out high-pitched voices when someone was speaking excitedly. “The new update addresses this with dedicated training sound profiles to retain that speech while removing the unwanted background noise,” says Nvidia. That should mean any screaming or shock moments on stream will no longer be...

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