Adobe embraced NVIDIA® Quadro® GPU acceleration with their Mercury Playback Engine in 2010. Essentially, Adobe redesigned their entire video rendering and playback engine to harness the NVIDIA CUDA parallel processing architecture. The result was a fluid, real-time editing experience for adding additional effects, multiple layers, or ultra-high-resolution content. Now, ten years later, Adobe continues to enhance GPU accelerated features across Adobe Creative Cloud and other essential Adobe applications, and they are committed to bringing RTX™ technology and AI to their vast and vibrant user community, all while leveraging NVIDIA RTX technology.
Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, companies and their employees have shifted to working from home, or carefully isolated remote sites, so essential business operations can continue. This radical change is essential, and mastering the challenges of working from home has been a learning experience requiring significant flexibility and frequent adjustments to work and personal routines. Working from home has been hardest for professionals who require powerful workstations to deliver their projects. Some video editors have been forced to get creative with their footage and workstations to meet the growing demand for fresh content; a task that’s now been simplified thanks to NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX™ graphics solutions and Adobe’s recent Premiere Pro 14.2 software update.
For creators, designers and engineers working with the most demanding multi-application workflows, Quadro RTX provides ground-breaking performance, professional features, enterprise level support and workstation-class reliability. NVIDIA’s commitment to Quadro customers is never over. Quadro drivers are released throughout the year to supercharge your most used and demanding applications. These new drivers bring you maximum performance and stability – thanks to extensive driver optimization software engineering and rigorous ISV application testing.
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Adobe MAX billed as The Creativity Conference has elected to use NVIDIA Quadro P2000 GPUs to power their 250 lab workstations. Attendees can sign up for in-depth training sessions and creativity workshops and see for themselves how Adobe applications are accelerated by the powerful and affordable Quadro P2000. PNY will also be attending to discuss the Quadro GP100, P6000, P5000, P4000 and the P2000 for various Adobe CC use cases. PNY’s new PREVAILPRO Quadro P4000-based mobile workstation will also be featured in DJI’s booth, where it will be used to edit video received from DJI’s comprehensive lineup of professional and consumer drones.
The most powerful single-slot width board ever offered by NVIDIA, the Quadro P4000 combines the latest GPU architecture and display technologies, enabling you to create large and complex CAD models, render stunning photo-realistic imagery, and realize detailed, lifelike VR experiences.
Virtual reality requires the highest performance graphics to deliver the smoothest, most immersive experiences. With 8 GB GDDR5X memory capacity and 1792 Pascal CUDA cores which generate up to 5.3 TFLOPS of FP32 single precision compute performance, the Quadro P4000 professional graphics card delivers next-generation technology and noticeably better bandwidth to increase throughput, reduce latency and create a more mind-blowing visual experience.
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