Digital artwork may flow from the creator’s hands, but ultimately it’s coming down to hardware and software to bring the creator’s imagination to life. With the NVIDIA Studio platform, the creative tools available just got a considerable upgrade.
NVIDIA has built a powerful toolkit that offers everything from hardware acceleration and workflow integrations to AI-powered capabilities for a wide variety of applications.
Whether you work in photography, video, or 3D art, NVIDIA Studio provides technologies you can immediately put to use in your workflow on NVIDIA-powered hardware.
Videographers can enjoy a host of AI-enabled capabilities in DaVinci Resolve, like the ability to generate extra frames to create fluid slow-mo footage. AI can provide touch ups on actors automatically, saving you the pain of doing it manually, frame-by-frame. AI can also fill in space between pixels intelligently to increase the resolution of your video.
You can even have AI remove objects from your shots. Adobe Premiere Pro users can quickly create clips for social media with AI automatically reframing the video to meet the aspect ratios used on various social media sites.
Photographic work can get a huge bump with Super Resolution to upscale images with AI in Adobe Lightroom Classic, figuring out how to fill in the space between pixels with hardware acceleration speeding up the process.
The AI of NVIDIA Studio can also make intelligent selections and adjustments in a snap, letting you quickly select the sky or subject in Adobe Photoshop to create complex masks or apply Neural Filters to a subject’s face, changing anything from their apparent age and mood to the direction they’re facing.
NVIDIA also provides its own apps for creation. NVIDIA Canvas is a powerful tool for quickly creating scenery, letting you draw a simple scene and have AI render a realistic environment to your specifications.
NVIDIA Broadcast offers real-time features for enhancing webcams with AI-powered background blur or replacement, auto-framing, ambient noise removal, and camera noise reduction.
Meanwhile, NVIDIA Omniverse provides a way to pull together your workflow and the work of collaborators from a variety of 3D applications all into one spot.
Because seeing is believing, NVIDIA has begun the In the NVIDIA Studio blog, a special showcase of the talent of creators and artists like you. Each entry in In the NVIDIA Studio will highlight a new artist using NVIDIA’s platform, putting their artwork and process on display.
This week’s artist is San Francisco-based creator Karen X. Cheng, who takes full advantage of the power of NVIDIA Canvas and performance of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics processor to create landscapes.
While exploring the city or her social media feed, Cheng can find inspiration and quickly turn that into digital creations with the portable power of Canvas running an NVIDIA Studio laptop. Despite feeling like she didn’t have drawing skills, Cheng’s used of the tool lets her feel like she has “art superpowers,” with the ability to quickly sketch out an idea and end up with a lifelike landscape. To show how quickly NVIDIA Canvas can help her turn concepts into creations, she’ll be racing fellow artist Don Allen Stevenson III to paint viewers’ suggestions in an Instagram livestream on May 12.
To keep up with the latest technologies coming with NVIDIA Studio, you can stay tuned to the In the NVIDIA Studio blog here.