Summary of $1600 is CHEAP for this! Nvidia RTX 4090 Review for Video, 3D, AI & Streaming

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The video discusses the various features of the Nvidia RTX 4090 and why it is a good deal despite its $100 extra price tag. The RTX 4090 is more powerful than the RTX 3090 and has more VRAM, making it a great choice for video editors, streamers, and photographers.

  • 00:00:00 This video's narrator discusses why $1600 is a good deal for the Nvidia RTX 4090, despite its $100 extra price tag over the Founder's Edition 3090. The RTX 4090 is more than 2x as powerful as the Founder's Edition 3090 and 3DMark and Adobe Premiere Pro show significant performance improvements. The RTX 4090 also has 24GB of VRAM, which is more than the RTX 3090 and Titan had.
  • 00:05:00 The Nvidia RTX 4090 is a powerful graphics card that is claimed to speed up various tasks in video, 3D, and AI creation. While the card seems to speed up certain tasks, it does not seem to speed up Resolve's Magic Mask object tracking or Photoshop's face refinement effect. However, the card is great for photographers as it speeds up AI upscaling and 3D rendering.
  • 00:10:00 The $1600 RTX 4090 offers a significant performance boost over previous Nvidia graphics cards, with better performance in 3D, video, and AI workflows. The RTX 4090 is a great deal for those who can afford it, and will change the way many creators work.
  • 00:15:00 The $1600 Nvidia RTX 4090 is a powerful graphics card that can be used for video, 3D, AI, and streaming. Its H.264 still isn't great, but its transcoding and exporting speeds are significantly faster than previous GPUs, making it a good choice for video editors and streamers. Its quality is on par with Intel's Hyper Encode, and 4K60 footage can be captured without issue on a 3090. However, 4:4:4 chroma subsampling is not supported by the encoder yet, and zooming in on footage captured in this format may result in a visible seam.
  • 00:20:00 This YouTube video covers the differences between the $1600 Nvidia RTX 4090 vs the $2000 RTX 4000, as well as the limitations of the RTX cards. The $1600 card is still limited to 3 NVENC encode sessions, despite having double the encoding headroom. PrntScrn, a documentary series about streaming and content creation, will be made with the support of Curiosity Stream, a streaming service with thousands of documentaries and nonfiction titles. subscribing to Curiosity Stream will give viewers free access to Nebula, a streaming video platform built by and for independent creators.

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