Reduce Background Noises: With the RTX Voice application, which NVIDIA launched in the beta phase, you can prevent annoying sounds.
Reduce Background Noises with NVIDIA RTX Voice
NVIDIA RTX Voice leverages NVIDIA RTX GPUs and AI capabilities to remove background noises in broadcasts, voice chats and remote video conferencing meetings.
For example, loud background sounds or keyboard sounds can disturb others while playing games or doing a business call. While suppressing background sounds in such environments, the sound is aimed to go to the other side more clearly and clearly.
An NVIDIA GeForce RTX or Quadro RTX graphics card is required to use RTX Voice. In addition, Windows 10 operating system 410.18 or newer NVIDIA driver must be installed. This plugin is still in beta and improvements will continue according to feedback.
- OBS Studio
- XSplit Broadcaster
- XSplit Gamecaster
- Twitch Studio
- Google Chrome
- WebEx *
- Zoom *
- Slacker *
How to use?
RTX Voice creates a virtual audio device on your system and can be selected to block background noise in a variety of applications.
- First download the application and install it on your computer.
- Then select the speaker and microphone you want to use from the software
- Then check the background noise canceling feature.
- We have now created our virtual device, where the work ends in the communication application we use.
- Whichever application we use, we need to go to its settings and customize the input and output devices.
For example, after logging into Settings via Discord, let’s login to the Audio and Video tab. Then set the input and output device to NVIDIA RTX Voice.
Zoom out again Settings on sound selection can be made from the section.
Similar to the Skype application, we follow the Audio and Video path after logging into Settings.
After clicking on the three dots on the Google Chrome page, we log in to Settings. Next, let’s go to Privacy and security > Site settings. Let’s make the adjustments after logging into the Microphone here.
After following the Settings> Audio path via OBS Studio, we can adjust the microphone.
XSplit interface in gear icon (Settings) after clicking sound (audio) can reach the same options by going to the tab.
For Twitch Studio, let’s go to the Sound section after clicking the gear icon (Settings).