Using NVIDIA-Accelerated Adobe Software to Create Beautiful Scenes

Learn how Anna Natter utilizes Adobe's software accelerated by NVIDIA technology to produce stunning artworks in the new post of NVIDIA's "In the NVIDIA Studio" series.

Over the past few days, Adobe held its Adobe MAX 2022 conference, announcing new improvements, updates, enhancements, and new features to the company's renowned applications. The entire lineup of Adobe's products, including the Substance 3D apps, has been marginally improved in just a few days and can now offer more convenient workflows with fewer repetitive tasks.

Alongside countless other things, many of the company's applications received new AI-powered features designed to simplify the working process and make advanced effects accessible to artists worldwide. Adobe Premiere Pro, for example, has got RTX acceleration for AI features, resulting in significant performance boosts on AI effects, Photoshop's new beta Photo Restoration feature uses AI-powered neural filters to process imagery, add tone, and minimize the effects of film grain, Lightroom Classic now has AI-powered Select Background and Select Sky masking tools, After Effects now boasts an improved AI-powered Scene Edit Detection, and countless other examples.

One category of artists that is able to enjoy the new AI-boosted features of Adobe apps to their fullest are those equipped with NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs, especially those part of the new RTX 40 Series. In case you missed it, NVIDIA recently shipped its GeForce RTX 4090 GPU, a brand-new graphic card that features third-generation RT Cores, fourth-generation Tensor Cores, an eighth-generation NVIDIA Dual AV1 Encoder, which delivers 40% increased efficiency, unlocking higher resolution and crisper image quality in video and live-streaming creative workflows, and 24GB of Micron G6X memory capable of reaching 1TB/s bandwidth. Powered by next-generation technology, NVIDIA's latest GPUs allow artists to fully appreciate Adobe's recent updates and enjoy increased productivity and more stable workflows.

To help us understand how Adobe's products can be accelerated by NVIDIA tech, 3D Designer and Creative Explorer Anna Natter recently joined NVIDIA's "In the NVIDIA Studio" series to tell us more about creating stunning scenes, props, and AI art.

For those unaware, the "In the NVIDIA Studio" series is a part of the company's NVIDIA Studio, an ecosystem of fine-tuned hardware and efficient software, powered by NVIDIA’s GPUs, all designed to help you bring your vision to life faster than ever before.

The series is the showcase for that work, and for the technology and innovation that creators like you use every day to bring that work to life. Each week, NVIDIA Studio highlights the work of creators working across video production, photography, 3D art, and more, and showcases how they used GPU-accelerated workflows to their advantage. 

In her breakdown, Anna explained the process of creating gorgeous generative art with the help of GeForce RTX 3090 GPU-accelerated Photoshop Neural Filters, spoke about testing Substance 3D Sampler's photogrammetry feature and Adobe After Effects powered by RTX GPUs to turn a real-life tree into an appealing prop, discussed the process of creating realistic materials with Substance 3D Sampler and Substance 3D Stager, and showed how RTX-accelerated ray tracing helped her deliver photorealistic 3D renders.

"I’ve always had an NVIDIA GPU since I’ve been working in video editing for the past decade and wanted hardware that works best with my apps. The GeForce RTX 3090 has made my life so much easier, and everything gets done so much faster," said Anna.

You can read the full breakdown here. You can also check out the NVIDIA Studio blog to check out previous artist showcases. Want to be featured? Hit up NVIDIA Studio on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram.

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