Broadcast App won't install

Windows 10 Pro with T4 GPU
the broadcast app won’t work
it won’t install
it neither installs with nvidia driver downloaded for tesla
nor it will install with cuda 11.3 installed driver;
While in the for,er case it would say that it requires a newer driver, in the latter case it pass this step but end up with error output further saying nothing was installed;
any way to use it?

can the broadcast app work on any of these?
It won’t install at all

Hi @_av

If you wish to try out the NVIDIA broadcast app, you need an RTX series card. T4, V100, and A100 fall are cards designed for datacenter applications.

For Maxine: Linux SDK is designed to work with the datacenter cards and the windows SDK is designed to work with the RTX cards. I hope this answers your questions

@tvarshney which exactly RTX offering from cloud providers will work with the broadcast app?
among other things I tried AWS instance NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation - WinServer 2019 (sold by Ensim Corporation - An Ingram Micro Company)
Google Cloud instance NVIDIA Quadro Virtual Workstation on Google Cloud Platform. etc

@tvarshney Do you imply that Azure, AWS EC2, Amazon Workspace, Google Cloud etc, are not good enough to run the broadcast app at all?

so these RTX can not be used with the Broadcast App, right?

Download the NVIDIA Broadcast App this is the system requirements. Which GPU are you using? You also need the latest driver as well, please make sure to upgrade your driver

Hi lingq
Thank you for your response.
We tried various GPU’s from cloud providers, Amazon, Google, Microsoft.
We tried various cloud workstations/ servers.
Noone worked.
Could you let me know if the Broadcast app could be run on any of the cloud providers, please?
We have Google Cloud, Azure Cloud , Amazon cloud solutions including but not limited to sold/ provided by nvidia. We tried dozen of them noone worked

Broadcast app is a app runs on Windows 10 on PC, which also requires a RTX 20, or 30 series GPUs. It doesn’t work yet on virtual environment. Do you have RTX laptop by any chance?

Hi lingq
Thank you for following up.
Unfortunately I do not have RTX laptop, However, I have major cloud providers, Some of them are offering RTX Windows 10 Desktops. I have tonns of cloud credits for cloud providers.

Hi Andrey,

Unfortunately so far the broadcast app doesn’t work well on the virtual desktops, I can share the feedback to the broadcast application product team.

What applications are you developing?

I was given food money for a week to demonstrate to a prospective client how the broadcast works at all, given the client doesn’t have the RTX, but I have bunch of gratis Jetson Xaviers and Many clouds subscription gratis which I recieved in exchange for my time.
However, as it wasn’t possible to show the consumer the working broadcast app in the cloud, but only reduced linux implementation using Maxine, without voice, half of food money I had to refund.
What kind of application is that?
Proof of Work Demo probably? To show that advertisement by nvidia works at all as defined with limited resources to a third party?
If it worked there might have been continuation in form of application development but as it wasn’t possible to launch the complete broadcast thing there is no development within the discourse of that particular project. If you provided instructions how to assemble Broadcast app equivalent on Linux from Maxine sdk , it would be a solutoin also, but it seems it would take indefinite time to implement by self effort, thus non-soluble
It took almost a month of efforts to figure out that nothing would work completely on neither of clouds with fully funded subscriptions that have many Nvidia GPU options including the most recent/ expensive/sophisticated
Nvidia GRID also failed this time , non responding via any communication channels [ there was a chance that it might run in their ecosystem]

owners of newest laptops with RTX™ A5000 can not use the software either?