Enhancements to Virtual Background are also coming to the Broadcast.
NVIDIA Broadcast, a tool that turns your room into a studio for video conferencing and live streaming, is releasing Eye Contact and Vignette effects as well as enhancements to Virtual Background in the 1.4 update.
The Eye Contact effect moves the eyes of the speaker to simulate eye contact with the camera by aligning gaze, a feature introduced to Maxine last year. With it currently in beta, the developers are looking for feedback from the community to improve the feature.
Another new addition is Vignette, which can be combined with a Background Blur effect to get an AI-simulated bokeh visual on your webcam, improving visual quality. Additionally, the Blur, Replacement, and Removal Virtual Background effects have been enhanced with temporal information to get better segmentation and stability so the AI could make better decisions.
Lastly, NVIDIA Broadcast has integrated two popular community-requested features: the option to mirror the camera and take a screenshot of the webcam.