NVIDIA’s new Maxine platform was designed specifically for developers to build and deploy AI-powered features in video conferencing services using state-of-the-art models capable of running in the cloud. The applications built on this technology reduces video bandwidth usage down to one-tenth of H.264 using AI video compression, dramatically reducing costs. It can also be used for video calls, thanks to the AI-based super-resolution and artifact reduction that converts lower resolutions to higher resolution videos in real-time. Read more for two videos and additional information.
This improves the call experience for users with lower bandwidth and developers can even add features to filter out common background noise as well as frame the camera on a user’s face for a more personal and engaging conversation. Plus, additional AI models can help remove noise from low-light conditions creating an even better picture.
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Maxine includes latest innovations from NVIDIA research such as face alignment, gaze correction, face re-lighting and real time translation in addition to capabilities such as super-resolution, noise removal, closed captioning and virtual assistants. These capabilities are fully accelerated on NVIDIA GPUs to run in real time video streaming applications in the cloud,” said the company.