NVIDIA’s Broadcast app is officially receiving an update, dubbed version 1.3, nearly half a year after the last. As with all software updates, this one carries improvements aimed at improving audio delivery and providing support for cameras, among others.
In version 1.3, NVIDIA has further improved Broadcast’s noise removal AI, this time adjusting the feature’s functions whenever a user’s speech is filled with a lot of emotion. Simply put, the AI can now detect when a person is speaking loudly or at a higher pitch, and automatically make the required adjustment during sessions. Ensuring that the ears of those listening in don’t go momentarily deaf during a broadcaster’s impassioned presentation.
Moving on, the new update now brings support for professional cameras, as well as virtual cameras. This means that high-end, professional cameras from brands such as Canon, Nikon, and Sony, are now compatible with the NVIDIA Broadcast. This update also includes virtual cameras like the OBS virtual camera.
The last improvement that comes with the version 1.3 update is an overall improvement with Broadcast’s performance. NVIDIA says that with the latest version of the app, users should notice a reduction in its VRAM consumption. Specifically, NVIDIA has reduced that consumption by more than 40%.
The update is already available for download.