Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) is an essential part of the kit for many streamers on Twitch, YouTube, and other platforms. A useful feature to improve the audio quality of their streams has arrived, with native support for .
The feature (formerly known as RTX Voice) is now available in beta in OBS Studio 27. Enabling the AI-powered noise removal tool in OBS requires a few steps, but it shouldn’t be. take you too long. You will also need the NVIDIA Broadcast Audio Effects SDK and the current driver ready for the game.
Like NVIDIA , you will have to “right click on your audio source in the audio mixer, select” Filters “, click on the” + “at the bottom left of the new Filters window, choose the” Noise removal “filter, enter a name , click the new filter in the list, expand the “Method” drop-down list, select “NVIDIA Noise Removal”, adjust the intensity according to the intensity of the background noise, and then close the Filters window. NVIDIA noise is now active. “Simple when you know how.
The integration makes it a bit easier to reduce unwanted noise from things like typing and mic static while streaming, as you won’t need to use separate software to run it. You will be able to manage the tool with your other flow settings in OBS. Perhaps the configuration of the feature will be a little more intuitive when OBS deploys it more widely.
NVIDIA’s latest game-ready driver includes a few more upgrades, such as ray tracing and DLSS support for Deadly shell and another Setting for . It also adds support for half a dozen G-SYNC compatible displays, including .