Wednesday, May 27th 2020

NVIDIA Announces Quadro Experience

Experience matters. And with NVIDIA Quadro Experience—a new application for Quadro GPUs—professionals across industries can boost their creativity and increase their productivity like never before.

Quadro Experience, available now, helps professionals simplify time-consuming tasks, streamline workflows and ensure your favorite applications always have the latest updates. NVIDIA Quadro Experience makes sharing content easier by providing screen capture and desktop recording in 4K, so teams can easily upload content and even broadcast their work directly from their desktop or laptop.
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Users can quickly access the screenshot and desktop video recording features from within any application or workflow, and conveniently retrieve assets from a user-defined repository.

The Instant Replay feature automatically records up to the last 20 minutes of desktop activity, so professionals can capture spontaneous moments or rewind to review previous activities.

Compatibility with the NVIDIA SHIELD device makes live streaming directly from a desktop to multiple viewers simple. Leverage your existing SHIELD device for an easy sharing experience for presentations, trainings and meetings.

Get Updates on the Latest Drivers
Regularly get increased performance, improved driver stability and new features for your system with Quadro Experience. The application automatically notifies users on new driver releases, so they can implement the latest capabilities as soon as they're available.

Driver highlights are delivered directly to Quadro Experience whenever new drivers are available to help users determine whether they're ready to make an immediate update.

With simple one-click downloads and installations directly from Quadro Experience, it's easier to ensure that your Quadro driver is updated and optimized, as well as certified by all your favorite applications.

Work by Day, Game by Night
With Quadro Experience, it doesn't have to be all work and no play. Users can switch their Quadro GPU to Game Mode to unleash optimal gaming performance.

The application delivers features similarly offered through GeForce Experience, such as Ansel, Freestyle and Highlights. Users can take advantage of Optimal Playable Settings—which are in-game settings that aim to enhance image quality and framerates—and stream gameplay to NVIDIA SHIELD devices.

Designers Switch Tracks Fast with Quadro Experience
NVIDIA Quadro Experience is already helping companies enhance their collaborative efforts. One of the beta users of the application is Alstom, builder of the TGV, the fastest train in the world.

Project review and customization are important parts of Alstom's workflows—they often use Autodesk VRED for design review and rendering and Dassault Systèmes CATIA for technical review. With Quadro RTX GPUs and Quadro Experience application, Alstom was able to accelerate its design workflow and use GPU power for its graphic needs.

"Sharing professional graphics created with Quadro GPUs requires video capture capabilities that maintain pristine visual fidelity," said Fabien Normand, virtual reality expert at Alstom. "NVIDIA Quadro Experience makes it simple to accurately capture professional graphics applications, allowing us to continually improve our customers' VR experiences as well as our internal design workflows."

Professional workflows are becoming more interactive and collaborative. With Quadro Experience, engineers, designers, artists, architects and other professionals can optimize the power of their Quadro GPUs.

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12 Comments on NVIDIA Announces Quadro Experience

#1
Vayra86
Aha, so we were beta testers. Thx Huang
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aktpu
I just keep staring at that first picture and the layout of the workstation internals
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GreiverBlade
bah... never been a fan of GFE for the masses and well i do consider that crap as a bloatware bringing more issues than benefits

auto update driver? no thanks ... it's NVidia we are talking about ... i prefer doing it myself, at last if i rollback a driver (which surprisingly happen quite often) i do not want to see it "auto updated" again as soon as i fire up my rig
auto settings for the games and applications? uh... no... the time i tried it didn't choose the most optimal settings and even once or twice did completely mess them up
Shadowplay? errrrrr .... i stick with OBS ... once fine tuned it's perfect

yeah i know i could de-activate these "options" but that would just be a ... errr... functionless bloatware :laugh:

ofc it can work for those who think it work ;)
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#4
claes
aktpu
I just keep staring at that first picture and the layout of the workstation internals
Me too — anyone know of any integrators who deal in shrouds?
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#5
Decryptor009
Vayra86
Aha, so we were beta testers. Thx Huang
I would rather be a beta tester than a black screening and random PC reset user with Radeon, but my money is spent.
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theoneandonlymrk
Decryptor009
I would rather be a beta tester than a black screening and random PC reset user with Radeon, but my money is spent.
You surely realize the irony of that statement.

When something new comes out in tech land these days the initial buyer's are always beta testers.

The old way was deamed inefficient, Ineffective and got reduced by risk assessment.
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#7
AsRock
TPU addict
Dam,oddly made me think of some thing else when i read Quadro Experienc, maybe only those from or in to stuff from the UK might know about it.

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#8
PooPipeBoy
theoneandonlymrk
You surely realize the irony of that statement.

When something new comes out in tech land these days the initial buyer's are always beta testers.

The old way was deamed inefficient, Ineffective and got reduced by risk assessment.
It's the classic "technology adoption curve" that applies to every new product out there. You get the high-risk early adopters that jump on the bandwagon early and they have to deal with a lot of issues, then on the opposite end you have the low-risk late adopters who prefer the products that are already well-proven and commonplace.

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#9
Caring1
AsRock
Dam,oddly made me think of some thing else when i read Quadro Experienc, maybe only those from or in to stuff from the UK might know about it.


So that's what Audis are made from. :p
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#10
theoneandonlymrk
Geforce experience for office's, all the way through
the Op I expected a killer use case but it's no more than Geforce experience pro.
Can't see the point personally.
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kayjay010101
GreiverBlade
auto update driver? no thanks ... it's NVidia we are talking about ... i prefer doing it myself, at last if i rollback a driver (which surprisingly happen quite often) i do not want to see it "auto updated" again as soon as i fire up my rig
Just don't have it startup on startup. I only have it running if I tell it to run. And even if it runs all the time, it only downloads the driver, you always have to manually install it.
GreiverBlade
auto settings for the games and applications? uh... no... the time i tried it didn't choose the most optimal settings and even once or twice did completely mess them up
Yeah, this feature is more miss than it is hit. I don't use it.
GreiverBlade
Shadowplay? errrrrr .... i stick with OBS ... once fine tuned it's perfect
OBS doesn't have the ability to record in the past. With shadowplay it can constantly record to memory for a time period you set, so for example if you set 5 minutes, you can record all day and then once something cool happens you can just hit the shortcut to save the last 5 minutes. It only goes up to your specific time period and settings, and I have it record to my SSD so I just set 20 minutes and full quality. The file size is never above 20GB, since it shaves off whatever was previous to the time period you set. With OBS you'd have to record the entire time, and you can easily get huge file sizes if you go with the quality that Shadowplay spits out. So shadowplay isn't meant for recording long sessions, it's more to make highlights or clips where it would be too cumbersome to open OBS and record all the time.
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GreiverBlade
kayjay010101
OBS doesn't have the ability to record in the past. With shadowplay it can constantly record to memory for a time period you set, so for example if you set 5 minutes, you can record all day and then once something cool happens you can just hit the shortcut to save the last 5 minutes. It only goes up to your specific time period and settings, and I have it record to my SSD so I just set 20 minutes and full quality. The file size is never above 20GB, since it shaves off whatever was previous to the time period you set. With OBS you'd have to record the entire time, and you can easily get huge file sizes if you go with the quality that Shadowplay spits out. So shadowplay isn't meant for recording long sessions, it's more to make highlights or clips where it would be too cumbersome to open OBS and record all the time.
fair point .... now if only Shadowplay was standalone i would consider it ...
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