Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) is an integral part of the kit for many streamers on Twitch, YouTube, and other platforms. A handy feature to improve the audio quality of your streams has arrived, natively supporting NVIDIA noise cancellation technology.
The feature (formerly known as RTX Voice) is now available in the beta version of OBS Studio 27. Enabling the AI-powered noise reduction tool in OBS takes a few steps but shouldn’t take much time. You also need the NVIDIA Broadcast Audio Effects SDK and the latest ready-to-play driver.
While NVIDIA is writing on a blog post, in the Audio Mixer you will need to right-click your audio source, select “Filter,” click the “+” in the lower left corner of the new filter window, and select “Noise Reduction,” enter Enter a name, click the new filter in the list, expand the ‘Method’ drop-down list, select ‘NVIDIA Noise Removal’, adjust the intensity to match the level of your background noise, and close the Filters window. NVIDIA Noise Removal is now active. “
The integration makes it a little easier to reduce unwanted noise from typing and microphone noise while streaming, as you don’t have to use separate software to run them. You can manage the tool along with your other stream settings in OBS. Setting up the feature may be a little more intuitive as OBS spreads it more widely.
The latest game-ready driver from NVIDIA includes a few more upgrades, such as: B. Raytracing and DLSS support for Mortal Shell as well as another setting to reduce the latency of the reflex system for Valorant. It also supports half a dozen G-SYNC compatible displays, including around 2021 LG TVs.