Content creators can now purchase the newly released GeForce RTX 4080 GPU, and can experience an immense boost in performance of up to 1.6x compared to the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti. NVIDIA GPUs can greatly benefit creators, as seen in this weeks In the NVIDIA Studio with talented filmmaker Casey Faris.
Filmmaker Casey Faris and the team at Release the Hounds! Studio used RTX GPUs to create their short, sci-fi-inspired film, Tuesday on Earth. With the power of his RTX GPU, Faris was able to edit faster, speed up colour-grading, and implement Hollywood-calibre special effects in DaVinci Resolve.
Now, with the release of the GeForce RTX 4080 GPU and its third-generation RT Cores, fourth-generation Tensor Cores, eighth-generation dual AV1 encoders and 16GB memory, creators and artists alike can expand their creative possibilities and experience massive improvements:
- DLSS 3, now available in the NVIDIA Omniverse beta, dramatically increases frames per second and improves smoothness in the viewport, enabling 3D artists to more seamlessly work in 3D.
- Unity and Unreal Engine 5 will soon release updates to support DLSS 3
- The new AV1 encoder accelerates video and live streaming creative workflows with 40% increased encoding efficiency, unlocking higher resolutions and crisper image quality.
- AV1 is already integrated in OBS Studio, DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro (through the Voukoder plug-in).
- The new dual encoders enable video editors to capture up to 8K resolution at 60 FPS in real time via GeForce Experience and OBS Studio, as well as cut video export times nearly in half.
- Top video apps, Adobe Premiere Pro (through the Voukoder plug-in), Jianying Pro (China’s top video-editing app), Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve and MAGIX Vegas Pro have all recently added dual-encoder support.
- Fourth-gen Tensor Cores power the GeForce RTX 40 Series GPU to deliver 2x increase in performance over previous generations, providing faster state-of-the-art AI technologies and enabling creators to easily apply advanced effects, brainstorm more efficiently, and remove tedious, repetitive tasks from their creative workflow.
And that’s not all – the November Studio driver is available to download today, enhancing existing creative app features, reducing the repetitive, and speeding up creative tasks.
You can also check out this week’s In the NVIDIA Studio full blog post to learn more about Casey Faris and why he thinks “NVIDIA is the obvious choice” for creators. And with the approaching winter season comes the next NVIDIA Studio community challenge. Join the #WinterArtChallenge, running through the end of the year, by sharing winter-themed art on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook for a chance to be featured on the NVIDIA Studio social media channels. Be sure to tag #WinterArtChallenge to enter.