To compete with NVIDIA’s RTX Voice, AMD will shortly launch a new feature called Noise Suppression as part of its Adrenalin Software Suite. The technology was kept secret until it was formally unveiled, but the business unintentionally let its introductory video appear online before the debut, which Redditors were able to seize quickly.
When the feature becomes available, AMD has provided official Nose Suppression files in its resource library that demonstrate how to activate it.
About the Noise Suppression Technology
With the Ampere range two years ago, NVIDIA debuted its RTX Voice technology, which used Tensor Core technology to automatically suppress and cancel out undesirable noise.
Since the technology was introduced during the epidemic and many users were able to work from home and take online classes, it became a big concern. The vast majority of these users depended on inbuilt microphones or those of inferior quality, which are inexpensive and functional but never eliminate background noise while performing crucial tasks.
As a result, NVIDIA created the RTX Voice function, which enabled users of an RTX or GTX GPU to muffle background noise, transforming people’s lives from day to night. Currently, AMD also has plans to improve its software lineup, and the leaked video demonstrates how it will do it.
AMD and Deep Learning
The AMD “Noise Suppression” technology aims to let users communicate without distractions. This is achieved through Intelligent Audio enhancement which will be powered by real-time AI or Deep Learning algorithms.
The technology will allow noise adjustments both ways, for both input and the output source. One of the main goals for AMD has been to make sure that its features are widely utilized and the company has planned to make Noise Suppression work across various apps and games.
AMD states in the video that the technology is available now so it looks like the feature will be available right at the moment it launches. AMD will provide a detailed guide to enable “Noise Suppression” technology but it should involve a few simple steps to set you up.