NVIDIA has released a new beta plug-in for all owners of NVIDIA GeForce RTX or Quadro RTX. It is called RTX Voice and works as a powerful filter for ambient noise when talking in voice chat, video conferencing or live broadcasts during games. Even if all of this is still called the beta, it works extremely impressive, as shown in the video below:
RTX Voice emulates an additional microphone and speakers in your system, which can then be used in many well-known services. These include OBS Studio, Streamlabs, XSplit Broadcaster, XSplit Gamecaster, Twitch Studio, Discord, Google Chrome, and Battle.net Chat. RTX Voice is a bit buggy, but it can be used in conjunction with WebEx, Skype, Zoom and Slack.
The “Noise Reduction” function available in the service must be deactivated in Steam Chat so that RTX Voice does not cause any problems. Anyway, I find the plugin exciting and wonder how well it all works. I would be interested to know if other voices are recognized and whether they are filtered out by the AI as reliably as noises that the software cannot assign dynamics.
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