NVIDIA Maxine is a suite of GPU-accelerated SDKs and cloud-native microservices for deploying AI features that enhance audio, video, and augmented reality effects for real-time communications services and platforms. Maxine’s state-of-the-art models create high-quality effects that can be achieved with standard microphones and webcams.
Three Maxine SDKs are available: Video Effects, Audio Effects, and Augmented Reality (AR).
This collection houses publicly available Maxine SDK resources and the information needed to use them. These resources contain the SDK Programming Guides detailing the SDK-specific APIs, general feature-level description, and bare-metal installation. If you are interested in Maxine’s early access features, apply through our Early Access Program.
(Windows/Linux: 1.3.0) - Improve audio quality from incoming and/or outgoing audio feeds, making conversations easier to understand.
(Windows/Linux: 0.7.2) - Apply incredible AI effects for video quality enhancement. The Video Effects SDK is free to use within any application on both client-side or server/data center.
(Windows/Linux: 0.8.2)- Enable real-time 3D tracking of a person’s face using a standard web camera. Create unique AR effects such as overlaying 3D content on a face, driving 3D characters and virtual interactions in real time. Note: The Linux version of the Augmented Reality SDK is currently only available in the Early Access Program.
Follow the resource cards for specifics on using each of the SDKs. SDK-specific programming guides are available inside Audio Effects SDK, Video Effects SDK, and Augmented Reality SDK Program Guides. You can also find them in the documentation which is available here.
The NVIDIA Maxine license agreement is contained in the SDK download packages. Please refer to the SDK packages for the SDK-specific licenses.
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