Content creation can be incredibly taxing on a computer, especially once you start working with 4K and 8K footage. Those serious about their craft are probably keeping an eye out for GPUs better equipped to handle the crisp footage and that's what is being shown off in the interview below. Specifically, NVIDIA's Product Manager Stanley Tack discusses new software that allows creators to edit raw 8k video footage in real time off of a solid-state drive.
Tack believes this software partnership between NVIDIA and RED will enhance and optimize creators' workflows, saving time by keeping all of the editing on one workstation. There's no release date, but Tack says the team is expecting it to come out "soon." Check out the interview below and also check out our videos on NVIDIA's GeForce 2060 RTX streaming with OBS and the lineup of RTX-powered gaming laptops.
CES 2019 was home to a ton of announces from NVIDIA, including the GeForce RTX 2060 GPU that will cost $349 and set off the new generation of gaming. Early bundles for the GPU will include copies of Battlefield 5 or Anthem. NVIDIA is also quickly taking aim at the game streaming business by announcing the RTX Stream On contest where amateur streams submit a 30-second video explaining why they could be the next big thing. Three finalists will be coached up by popular streamers, have their streams featured on NVIDIA's Twitch channel, and possibly win a GTX 2080-powered custom gaming and streaming rig.
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