AMD Noise Suppression Is the Company’s Answer to Nvidia RTX Voice


The day gone by, AMD uploaded a video on its legit YouTube video revealing a brand new characteristic referred to as “Voice Suppression,” permitting customers to clear out background noise, Tom's {Hardware} reviews.

The leaked trailer mentions AMD Noise Suppression will use a “real-time deep finding out set of rules” to offer customers with “two-way noise-reduction” that can filter background noise from each incoming and outgoing microphone audio. The video additionally means that Noise Suppression will probably be a brand new atmosphere discovered within the Audio and Video Tab within the AMD Adrenaline motive force. AMD has since got rid of the trailer from its YouTube channel, even though Reddit person u/zenobian controlled to obtain the trailer and publish it at the AMD subreddit.

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AMD Noise Suppression sounds attention-grabbing, and the concept that strikes a chord in my memory of Nvidia's RTX Voice. This beta tool introduced in early 2020 and allowed Nvidia graphics card homeowners to reinforce their outgoing audio high quality by way of getting rid of maximum in their background noise the usage of AI. Whilst RTX used to be within the identify, a patched model of RTX Voice helps older playing cards such because the GTX 1060, however your mileage will range for those who use a non-RTX card. Nvidia would later come with the characteristic in an app referred to as Broadcast, which introduced in September 2020 and calls for an RTX GPU.

AMD didn't straight away reply to IGN's request for remark.

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