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> Spotlight
> Media applications and technologies
> Sneak Peek. See what’s next from NVIDIA and our partners
> Promotions
> In the box office
> Technical Talk
> Events Summary
Greg EstesGreg Estes
Media and Entertainment Industry Executive
How to make Adobe Premiere Pro go faster Dennis Radeke
Do you have a balanced workstation? Learn why having a balanced system is crucial to optimizing your Adobe Premiere Pro experience.
Read More, Diving into NVIDIA GPU’s and what they mean for Premiere Pro.
  Adobe’s Dennis Radeke
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Media Applications and technologies
The newest technology from NVIDIA, NVIDIA® Maximus™
NVIDIA’s new Maximus technology combines a NVIDIA® Quadro® GPU, a NVIDIA® Tesla™ GPU and new driver level software that intelligently routes OpenGL or DirectX graphics to the Quadro while the CUDA code is processed on the Tesla™. Plus, Adobe has a new update for Creative Suite that supports this new technology.
Read More in The Wall Street Journal.
Check out particle simulation in Autodesk Maya 2012 from the Supercomputing 2011 keynote.
Also, see details about the demo.
Learn More about NVIDIA Maximus technology.
Learn More about NVIDIA Maximus for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Just released Sony Vegas Pro 11
Sony just released Sony Vegas Pro 11 with GPU acceleration of effects for the first time and extensive stereo support.
Learn More about Sony Vegas Pro 11.
See the Sony Vegas Pro v11 demo now.
Pablo PA now supports Quadro GPUs
Quantel has expanded their product offerings that take advantage of CUDA technology with the new version of Pablo PA, which now supports Quadro GPUs, and benefits from CUDA GPU processing. CUDA support enables new levels of interactivity and even real-time playback of Stereo3D content.
Learn More about Pablo PA.
Just announced Avid Media Composer 6
Avid announced Media Composer 6 (including Symphony, DS and Newscutter) with up to 7x faster performance on Quadro than with CPU alone.
Learn More about Avid Media Composer 6.
3rd party video I/O devices can now work with Quadro to process video at ultra-low latency
Leverage 3rd party hardware to communicate directly with NVIDIA GPUs to deliver higher quality, more realistic on-air graphics with NVIDIA® GPUDirect™ for Video Technology.
Learn More about NVIDIA GPUDirect for Video Technology.
Cinnafilm Dark Energy® Texture Manager 2.3 increases output speed by up to 400%, driven by NVIDIA Quadro and Tesla GPUs
Chris Gorman, CTO of Cinnafilm, relies on NVIDIA Tesla and Quadro GPUs, to increase output speeds by up to 400% in newly released Dark Energy Texture Manager 2.3.
Read More, Dark Energy® Texture Manager 2.3.
Introducing the new NVIDIA Tesla C2075 Companion Processor
448 CUDA cores, 6 GB of GPU memory. Tesla companion processors bring the power of high performance computing to your workstation.
Read More, Tesla C2075.
Tesla C2075
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Sneak Peak. See what's next from NVIDIA and our partners
VMware and NVIDIA take workstations virtual
Run high end graphics applications from virtual workstations using VMware software and NVIDIA GPUs.
Read More, From VMworld 2011 Europe: VMware will support NVIDIA’s "virtual graphics platform" for 3D virtual workstations.
Read the NVIDIA blog.
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Promotions from NVIDIA and our partners
Huge savings on HP workstations for your video editing needs
HP has a great new promo going in the U.S. and Canada, with special configurations at special pricing all designed to support Adobe Premiere Pro CS 5.5, Avid Media Composer 6 and Sony Vegas 11.
Learn More about the HP promo.
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In the Box office
Bollywood’s latest hit, RA.ONE Ra.One
Over 3500 VFX scenes were captured using Quadro GPUs in Sci-fi Blockbuster "Ra.One" starring Actor Shahrukh Khan.
See the trailer.
The Muppets return to the silver screen
Don’t worry, you’re not going to see computer-generated Muppets. They’re still the same furry friends that we grew up with. But they are packing some nifty effects that are hard to film in real life.
Read More.
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Promotions from NVIDIA and our partners
NVIDIA researchers collaborate with a team from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory to demonstrate techniques in temporal light field reconstruction for rendering distribution effects.
Learn More.
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Events Summary
Couldn’t make it to IBC 2011? See what you missed.
What's New with NVIDIA and Autodesk Software
See NVIDIA Maximus technology running Autodesk Maya with Fluid Simulation using the NVIDIA Quadro 6000 and NVIDIA Tesla C2075 for significantly accelerated graphics and simulation.
See what’s new with NVIDIA and Autodesk now.
Upcoming Events:
Autodesk University
November 29 - December 1
Las Vegas, NV

December 12-15
Hong Kong Convention & Exhibit Center
Hong Kong
Come see our latest technology at the NVIDIA Product Demonstration and Q&A exhibitor session.
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