Adobe’s Lightroom supports hardware-accelerated AI

NVIDIA has taken advantage of the Adobe MAX 2021 conference to present the most important news including the new NVIDIA Studio drivers that, as many of our readers will know, allow you to get the most out of the GeForce RTX 20 and RTX 30 graphics cards in professional applications. This makes them an excellent option for those who want unite work and leisure in a single team.

Among the most important announcements that NVIDIA has offered we can highlight the artificial intelligence support in Adobe Lightroom, accelerated by hardware through the tensor cores that are present in the GeForce RTX 20 series and RTX 30 series graphics cards. At the event, new notebooks and equipment compatible with the NVIDIA Studio ecosystem were also presented, among which we can highlight:

  • The new Surface Laptop Studio.
  • The 34-inch HP ENVY, available with the powerful RTX 3080.
  • The ASUS ProArt Studiobook 16 OLED laptop, with NVIDIA RTX A5000 graphics card.

New features available for Adobe Lightroom and Lightroom Classic, supported by artificial intelligence, represent an important advance, and greatly improve the performance of the Adobe suite with cards thanks to NVIDIA. Among the most important novelties are:

  • Select subject, which isolates people.
  • Select sky, which captures the skies.

Both are new mask tools that take advantage of the artificial intelligence accelerated through the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 and RTX 30, and that will allow us to save a lot of time, since we will not have to create skins manually.

On the other hand, NVIDIA has also taken advantage of its presence at Adobe MAX 2021 to present a new series of tutorials that will be led by the presentation “Creating Marbles RTX with Substance 3D and NVIDIA Omniverse”. In this one, Jacob Norris, Principal Media Artist at NVIDIA, will explain how the playable demo “Marbles RTX” was created in less than two months, delve into how Substance 3D Painter’s functionalities were used, and show his tips for creating Hyper-realistic interactive minigames generated in real time with NVIDIA Omniverse.

You will find all the information in the article that NVIDIA has published on its official website, and you can register to enjoy all the news of the Adobe Max 2021 for free.

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