Mike Slinn
Mike Slinn

Audio Notes

Published 2022-11-13. Last modified 2022-11-16.
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NVidia RTX Voice

NVIDIA RTX Voice is a beta plugin that leverages NVIDIA GTX and RTX GPUs and their AI capabilities to remove distracting background noise from broadcasts, voice chats, and remote video conferencing meetings. This allows users to "go live" or join a meeting without having to worry about unwanted sounds like loud keyboard typing or other ambient noise in noisy environments. RTX Voice also suppresses background noise from players in loud environments, making incoming audio easier to understand.

Only one microphone at a time is supported.

To use RTX Voice, you must have an NVIDIA GTX or RTX graphics card, update to Driver 410.18 or newer, and be on Windows 10.

RTX Voice adds a virtual microphone and speakers within your system. They can be selected in most popular live streaming, gaming, and video conferencing apps. RTX Voice creates virtual devices on your system, and it is these virtual devices that can be used in voice chat apps to denoise background noise from microphone input.

We recommend turning on RTX Voice for your microphone, and turn it on for your speakers only if needed. While quality remains almost the same, it is possible to see a small difference in some cases, and the solution takes system resources that you can avoid using if you don’t need it.

 – From NVidia RTX Voice Setup Guide