Fresh NVIDIA Studio driver brings tons of improvements for professional applications

Fresh NVIDIA Studio driver brings tons of improvements for professional applications


We recently announced the release of the beta version of DaVinci Resolve 17. NVIDIA has now released the latest version of its graphics card driver for use in professional software. Among other innovations, expanded support for DaVinci Resolve 17 is announced.

DaVinci Resolve 17 includes over 300 new features powered by the DaVinci Neural Engine. Many of them are accelerated using the tensor cores of GeForce RTX graphics cards, including the Smart Reframe function, which automatically recognizes and tracks important objects in the frame, based on this, intelligently cropping to the desired format.

Performance has also been improved in Keyshot 10. Keyshot 9 was already fast due to hardware ray tracing and integration with Optix 7, and in Keyshot 10, the rendering speed increased by another 23%. NVIDIA claims that NVIDIA RTX A6000 is now 8x faster than 64-core processors in ray tracing speed.

Utility Topaz Video Enhance AI, which scales video based on machine learning algorithms, trying to “finish” the details, stretches images up to 8K, works 2-4 times faster on GeForce RTX accelerators. And the latest update reduces video memory usage.

A number of other applications have also been accelerated and optimized: Notch, BorisFX Continuum Plugin Set, Red Giant Trapcode Suite 16, and Magic Bullet Suite 14. Those interested can download the November GeForce Studio 457.30 driver via GeForce Experience or from the driver page.

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