At IBC 2013, NVIDIA is demonstrating both workstation and on-premises cloud-based GPU accelerated solutions, including NVIDIA® Quadro® K6000, Quadro K5100M for mobile workstations, and NVIDIA GRID™ and GRID VCA virtualization technologies. These systems are running Adobe® Creative Cloud, Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Maya, Chaos V-Ray and Vizrt Viz Artist. Come visit NVIDIA booth 7.J39 at IBC for a chance to win a free NVIDIA SHIELD™ gaming and entertainment handheld device.
We’re excited to see an unprecedented number of partners showing applications running on NVIDIA visual computing technologies at this year’s show.
NVIDIA partner news and events at IBC
- Chaos software has now certified V-Ray 3.0 running on NVIDIA Quadro K6000 GPUs. Read more and listen to Konstantin Gaytandzhiev, Chaos Software’s V-Ray Master Trainer, showing new features and updates at NVIDIA stand 7.J39.
- Brainstorm has certified the entire eStudio product line. Read more and visit booth 2.B59.
- Marquise has just certified MIST RAIN, DCI, and IMF mastering. Read more and visit booth 7.H03.
- SGO has certified Mistika for Quadro K6000. Read more and visit booth 6.A11.
- Blackmagic Design has certified Da Vinci Resolve 10 on Quadro K6000 as the best fit for Ultra HD and 4K grading. Read more and visit booth 7.H20.
- Viz Engine renders 4K and beyond with NVIDIA Quadro K6000. This is the perfect combination of technologies for 4K productions and video walls of the highest resolution with never-before-seen detail and quality. Read more and visit booth 7.A10.
NVIDIA Quadro K6000 will be commercially available later September from distributors, resellers, and systems integrators such as PNY, Elsa, Leadtek, Supermicro, and BOXX. It will also be available in October through Workstation OEMs such as Dell, HP, and Lenovo.
New Quadro-powered Dell workstations make European debut at IBC
Dell is showcasing powerful new workstations, featuring up to 8 GB graphics memory on the Dell Precision M6800 and two Quadro K6000s on the T7610. These enable artists and animators to design and create faster than ever before. Read more.
Adobe features the latest release of video tools available in Creative Cloud
Adobe is demonstrating the latest video features scheduled to be released in mid-October. As rapid gains are made in GPU performance, filmmakers and postproduction artists can benefit from more responsive playback and image manipulation performance. Adobe is demonstrating its latest releases with HP Z820 workstations and Mac Pro towers, each equipped with latest NVIDIA Quadro GPUs. Read more and visit booth 7.G27.
Autodesk Flame Premium 2014 launching at IBC
With the redesigned 20th anniversary VFX and finishing workflow, new creative tools, GPU-accelerated timeline performance, and improved real-time grading capabilities, this is ultimate tool for the ultimate artist! Learn more and visit booth 7.D25.
Viz Engine uses NVIDIA GRID technology for IP multi-streaming
Vizrt announces the use of NVIDIA GRID K2 cards to enable up to eight Viz Engines in a single chassis. Learn more and visit Booth 7.A10.
Vizrt certifies NVIDIA GRID VCA for Viz Artist
Viz Artist is now available for the NVIDIA GRID VCA, allowing up to eight simultaneous users on any Windows, Linux or Mac OSX clients while maintaining high-performance real-time rendering. Learn more and visit booth 7.A10.
SGO unleashes MAMBA FX to accelerate compositing levels
SGO is launching MAMBA FX compositing software, accelerated with NVIDIA CUDA® API and Quadro enterprise-class GPUs, to take visual effects to new heights of performance and interactivity. Read more and visit booth 6.A11.
Cinegy introduces 4K broadcast production line
Cinegy, a world leader in IP broadcast workflows, is launching its 4K end-to-end product suite at IBC. It includes Cinegy Multiviewer (a multi-view monitoring solution), Cinegy Player (with Sony XAVC 4K support), a broadcast video player, and Cinegy Air (an award-winning playout and automation solution). Read more and visit booth 7.A30, 7.A41.
Elemental accelerates HEVC video processing with NVIDIA GPUs
At IBC, Elemental is showcasing an end-to-end, 10-bit video processing pipeline and full frame rate HEVC encoding. Elemental HEVC video processing is accelerated by NVIDIA GPUs, both on the ground and in the cloud. Read more and visit booth 4.B75.
Snell’s new software-only version Alchemist OnDemand uses NVIDIA GPUs
Alchemist OnDemand brings Snell’s acclaimed Ph.C (phase correlation) motion-compensated standards converter into the software realm, enabling instant access to high-quality, anytime processing of media files. Acceleration of the solution using the NVIDIA Tesla® K20 card enables rapid conversion of all types of content for maximum efficiency. Read more and visit booth 8.B70.
Quantel powers up file-based workflows with NVIDIA
The latest Pablo Rio software exploits the power of the NVIDIA Tesla K20 to enable high-speed unwrapping of soft-mounted QuickTime ProRes and Canon RAW files. This helps to accelerate work through the Pablo Rio suite more efficiently. Read more and visit booth 7.A20.
MAXON presents faster, easier, more powerful CINEMA 4D R15
MAXON’s new CINEMA 4D R15 adds powerful beveling, newly-developed Team Render, innovative typeface tools, and additional enhancements that improve workflow and speed. Read more and visit booth 6.C19.
eyeon brings the GPU to AVID in time for IBC
Finally, VFX and production automation for editing on the GPU are here. eyeon’s suite of GPU-accelerated products does more for VFX and editing workflows by bringing all production elements into one highly-productive process. Read more
Comprimato enables real-time JPEG2000 processing using NVIDIA GPUs
Comprimato has developed a JPEG2000 codec that uses NVIDIA GPUs to enable faster-than-real-time JPEG2000 compression and decompression of 4K videos. This codec has been tailored to accelerate broadcast and film applications. Read more
Sotal announces a video-transcoding appliance powered by NVIDIA GRID K1
Sotal is announcing Lighthouse Beam K1, a high-density, operator-grade HD transcoding solution for OTT projects and advanced VOD real-time content processing to replace expensive multi-bitrate storage. Read more on benchmarks and the capabilities of NVIDIA NVENC hardware encoder, and visit booth 14.B32.
Boris FX showcases Boris Continuum Complete 8 powered by NVIDIA at IBC
Armed with the Boris Continuum Complete 8 and NVIDIA graphics processing cards, editors and compositors can now experience real-time feedback and dramatically increase workplace efficiency.
Read more and visit booth 7.G43.
Escape Technology showcases Adobe Anywhere at IBC
Powered by NVIDIA Tesla, Escape Technology is using Adobe Anywhere to edit collaboratively over a commodity Ethernet network. This solution is capable of delivering sustained performance to unlimited streaming clients from a single GPFS namespace. Read more and visit booth 7.A02.