CORSAIR to Integrate NVIDIA Broadcast Features into CORSAIR iCUE and Elgato Software

CORSAIR Nvidia Broadcast

CORSAIR has announced that it is currently working with NVIDIA to integrate key features from NVIDIA Broadcast into CORSAIR iCUE and Elgato software. This includes both Elgato Wave Link and Elgato Camera Hub software. If you do not know about NVIDIA Broadcast, the Broadcast AI effects enhance microphones and cameras in real time to improve the gaming, streaming, and video conferencing experience. This only works for players using the latest NVIDIA RTX graphics cards.

Once the integration is complete, all of these will be controllable from the CORSAIR and Elgato software interfaces. Compatible versions of CORSAIR iCUE, Elgato Wave Link, and Elgato Camera Hub are available today and are ready to unlock the power of all Nvidia RTX GPUs currently available in the market. NVIDIA Broadcasts  AI-powered noise and echo removal ensure that the audio is crystal clear and crisp to ensure a new level of clarity.

It supports nearly the entire lineup of CORSAIR headsets, Elgato microphones, and XLR microphones with the Elgato Wave XLR. Running through Tensor Core processors on GeForce RTX GPUs, NVIDIA Broadcast effects use machine learning to identify the user’s voice and separate it from other ambient sounds, which results in advanced noise cancellation that greatly improves audio clarity during calls and video. The AI also removes all background noise such as fans, chatter, traffic, and room echo, and provides dampened, studio-quality acoustics in a wide range of environments.

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It also eliminates the need to soundproof the walls and ceiling. For video, NVIDIA Broadcast effects in Elgato Camera Hub enable additional background options such as background blur, replacement, and even removal. The AI-enhanced filters powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs offer better edge detection to produce more realistic, high-quality effects which are normally obtained through DSLR cameras or professional webcams. CORSAIR is aiming for a simple plug-and-play option once the integration is complete.

CORSAIR Nvidia Broadcast

If you are using a CORSAIR headset or the ST100 headset stand which is recognized by the iCUE software, and the system is also running an NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU, iCUE will automatically give you the option of installing the NVIDIA Audio Effects SDK. A simple downloadable audio plug-in integrates the noise removal feature into Elgato Wave Link software which makes it usable with many popular streaming apps such as OBS Studio. You will also find a new effects tab in the Elgato Camera Hub software (version 1.3 or higher) providing you with instant access to new background effects and more. An Elgato Virtual Camera option will also appear in apps such as Zoom where you can use the new options.

Thi La, President and COO of CORSAIR said:

We are excited to collaborate with NVIDIA to bring a state-of-the-art audio and video experience to our customers. With NVIDIA Broadcast integration, we’re adding to the powerful capabilities of iCUE and Elgato software to create a more professional gaming, streaming, and remote work setup.

Jason Paul, vice president, of GeForce platform marketing at NVIDIA also added:

By integrating NVIDIA Broadcast effects in CORSAIR and Elgato’s software, we can seamlessly provide users with AI-enhanced audio and video. These AI tools empower creators with NVIDIA RTX GPUs to deliver even more amazing livestreams and videos.

Elgato also announced that the Elgato HD60 X is the very first capture card validated for use with G-SYNC displays. With the compatibility display, content creators will be able to play high-fidelity games at up to 4K60HDR the way they were meant to be played. This will remove any sort of tearing, stuttering, flicker, or artifacts while simultaneously capturing high-definition gameplay. For additional details, you can check out the official website.

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