Adobe Apps Charged By A NVIDIA's RTX GPUs

Three creative apps by Adobe, Adobe Dimension, Substance Alchemist and Premiere Pro, got a huge update with NVIDIA's RTX ray-tracing and AI technology. Take a look!

During Adobe Max 2019, the creative minds of the industry gathered together to discuss the future of it and how to improve their work.

With the use of RTX technology, there's no need for waiting on your PC. You can work at the speed of your imagination and check your progress immediately.

Adobe Dimension makes the work easier and more affordable for the whole 3D art community. It enables artists to work in 3D with stock assets, point-and-click materials, and the new powerful renderer accelerated by NVIDIA RTX technology.

Adobe has also released a new 3D tool, Substance Alchemist, that gives an opportunity for artists to work on photorealistic textures. All you do is take a photo of any surface, and the tool removes the lighting and shadows so that the texture can be relit in 3D.

Adobe Premiere Pro has got the Auto Reframe that uses Adobe Sensei AI to identify and move the most relevant elements of the video and reframes video content for different aspect ratios. And now, with the use of NVIDIA RTX technology, it works 400% faster.

Find more about the update here.

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    Adobe Apps Charged By NVIDIA's RTX GPUs