NVIDIA Broadcast is the name of a new app from the famous GPU manufacturer that promises to enhance gaming streams in a wide variety of scenarios. The app is build on the NVIDIA Encoder (NVENC) standard that the company first introduced in late 2018 with the GeForce RTX 20 series. That also happens to be the hardware baseline for taking advantage of the new tech, which is, of course, also supported by the newly launched GeForce RTX 30 lineup of GPUs. The app can now be downloaded free of charge in the United States and is presently only available for Windows, the number one choice for gamers anyway. After getting it up and running, you will be able to enhance your webcam and microphone feeds with NVIDIA’s proprietary AI that will filter out audio and image noise, introduce virtual backgrounds, and even frame and reframe your video feed, as instructed and/or needed. Which is quite a decent feature list for something being given out for free, though NVIDIA is definitely playing the long game here and wants the Broadcast app to be just another selling point of its ultra-premium PC graphics cards. Naturally, for best results, you’re advised to still invest some effort into a decent streaming setup. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!