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    Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Beta AI-based software supports many popular broadcasting and conferencing apps.
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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    I guess they had to find a use for the silicon they are charging everyone for.

    Interested to see if it actually works and also how much, if any, it takes away from game performance if the game is using the cores for something already like DLSS.

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Tensor Cores, a solution looking for a problem in the consumer space.

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Interesting, I rarely stream with RTX on so this would be an interesting use case. OBS has a decent built in noise gate but keyboard clicks still get through at times, so i'd be curious to give it a try.

    When not streaming I can continue to have RTX & DLSS enabled and enjoy raytracing

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    The question now is: how much Latency does this add to the audio signal.

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by meuvoy View Post
    The question now is: how much Latency does this add to the audio signal.
    oh no no no my boy, the question is "how much can we get away with charging for this little trinket". Have you learned nothing from the last few years pricing strategies?

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Can't say I've ever had much of a problem with anyones' background noise, apart from one guy who has parrots in the same room as his PC. Occasionally one of those will yelp or squawk or whistle or do something else that fires over the airwaves like a bullet and cuts through your skull at the most inappropriate moment... I bet this tech still does nothing to shut the little cretins up, though!!
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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Can't say I've ever had much of a problem with anyones' background noise, apart from one guy who has parrots in the same room as his PC. Occasionally one of those will yelp or squawk or whistle or do something else that fires over the airwaves like a bullet and cuts through your skull at the most inappropriate moment... I bet this tech still does nothing to shut the little cretins up, though!!
    <nvidia> no you have, remember? You remember don't you? No really, you DO remember. REMEMBER!

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Nvidia integrate tensor tech on Microsoft Word so that they can write reports for me.

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    <nvidia> no you have, remember? You remember don't you? No really, you DO remember. REMEMBER!
    I remember that I have Remember Me on Steam and still haven't played it...
    Beyond that, you'll have to come show me. Better yet, bring me one o' yer fancy 2080Ti graphics cards, let me see this amazing new tech for myself...!!
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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

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    I remember that I have Remember Me on Steam and still haven't played it...
    Beyond that, you'll have to come show me. Better yet, bring me one o' yer fancy 2080Ti graphics cards, let me see this amazing new tech for myself...!!
    certainly sir, and how would sir be paying, would that be credit card, bit coin, or kidney donation?

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    The problem of Noise cancelling is not difficult at all for hardware. Most mid tier headphones have it. And if you want proof it works on CPU alone, here you go KRISP software https://krisp.ai/ that does exactly the same without requiring GPU of any kind...

    But kids going to like it xD

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    A Guru3D forum users says that RTX Voice works on GTX 10 and 16 cards if you fiddle with the extracted installer file. Indicates that the app must use a CUDA-based GPGPU codepath rather than Tensor cores, and understandably Nvidia was quiet about that. https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/nv...es-how.431781/
    I haven't tested this.

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    Re: Nvidia launches RTX Voice noise suppression plugin

    So, i've used this for calls all morning and it's actually really impressive - works really, really well.

    It works both ways - i.e. for your microphone & speakers - and the difference is stark.

    After my testing i've decided to only enable it for speakers (inbound sound) as I don't have any real background noise at home personally (And it does some odd things for keyboard click removal - so i'll keep my noise gates for that) but for incoming sound, the difference is night and day.

    Someone joined one of our morning calls today and had a nasty buzz in his microphone - very annoying whenever he spoke. Enable this though and the buzz completely vanished and his voice came through loud and clear.

    After 4 weeks now of constant conference/video calls over teams i've encountered so many different qualities of microphone/background noise and so on, and it can be super distracting (particularly if it's the echo type as someone doesn't want to use a headset!) - this will make my life much more comfortable whilst stuck at home

    Good job Nvidia.

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