AMD also wants to compete with Nvidia on active noise reduction on PC. The firm would thus be ready to deploy its own version of the RTX Voice functionality.
AMD doesn’t want to leave Nvidia too much free rein when it comes to software solutions… especially when they bring real benefits to users. We thus learn that the firm is in the process of making its final preparations before the deployment of a new active noise reduction function.
Designed to improve voice exchanges on applications and games by removing background noise from your microphone, and that of your interlocutors, this function takes up the concept of the RTX Voice solution, offered by Nvidia for a little over 2 years now.
Magically improve the quality of our exchanges
To achieve effective noise cancellation, solutions from Nvidia and AMD isolate voices from other sounds, which are interpreted as background noise. The software can then reduce their volume to better bring out the voices and thus considerably improve their clarity, but also the overall audio quality of the exchanges.
Source: AMD via Reddit
In detail, AMD should also rely on a “real-time deep learning algorithmto successfully identify voices in an audio stream and isolate them. In any case, this is what TechPowerUp reports from a video shared by mistake and then relayed on Reddit.
For now, we just know that AMD will deploy this new feature through its Adrenalin software. It is therefore a safe bet that an AMD Radeon GPU will be required to take advantage of the active noise reduction device expected from AMD. It is not known, however, when this novelty will be deployed on a large scale, but it seems that its launch is very close.
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