Today we published a blog that includes resources from leading software developers intended to help ease a creator’s transition to working from home. Free software, tools and courses are just some of the things being offered:
- Adobe has countless tools and services to help with working remotely, including special programs intended to provide continued access to their products. They’ve extended availability of Adobe’s Team Projects video collaboration capabilities to Premiere Pro and After Effects for users with a Creative Cloud for individual license — available in the latest release of Premiere Pro and After Effects.
- Adobe also made Creative Cloud tools free for students through May 31.
- Autodesk is providing free and extended access to cloud collaboration projects.
- Blender is providing free daily content in the form of livestreams, tutorials and characters.
- Chaos Group is providing work from home tips, discounted Chaos Cloud pricing and support for educational customers affected by campus closures.
- Epic Games has helpful resources to assist creators including free and informative webinars as well as curated free content from the Unreal Marketplace. For students there’s Unreal Fast Track, a new five-week challenge and Unreal Online Learning, for free easy-to-follow video courses. Check out Inside Unreal every Thursday at 2 PM ET. for a great learning resource and opportunity for the community to connect.
- OBS has shared five simple tips to help new streamers get started from home.
- Unity is supporting the World Health Organization’s #PlayApartTogether campaign designed to create awareness and incentivize people to stay inside their homes by playing – and creating – games. They’re offering three free months of Unity Learn Premium plus access to Create with Code virtual classes live.
And there’s much more to discover with our new creator-focused NVIDIA Studio YouTube channel. It’s loaded with step-by-step tutorials from renowned artists, inspiring community showcases and much more.
The blog also covers the three new RTX Studio laptops that HP announced this yesterday. They provide desktop level performance, anywhere:
- The HP ZBook Create and ZBook Studio – the world’s first mobile workstation with ocean-bound plastics – provide true mobility without compromise with up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER or Quadro RTX 5000, an 87% screen-to-body ratio, and brings creators the first DreamColor display with all-day battery life.
- The HP ENVY 15 features an all-aluminum chassis with 82.6% screen-to-body ratio, up to a 4K OLED VESA DisplayHDR True Black display with touch interface, 10th Gen Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 with Max-Q, and gaming-class thermals for the ultimate experience in creator performance.
A new NVIDIA Studio Driver is available today, with the latest performance optimizations in a host of applications including Unreal Engine 4.25. You can read more about the Studio Driver here.
Stay tuned for a series of creator spotlights. We virtually sat down with a number of amazing digital artists from top videogame and movie studios. We’ll have more to share there in the coming days.