Organizations and products using DirectML

"Innovative AI-powered Adobe Premiere Pro features including Scene Edit Detection and Auto Reframe are enabling creators to rapidly produce world-changing content. We trust DirectML to enable fast and reliable AI experiences on Windows, ensuring seamless performance across devices. DirectML helps us meet the needs of customers of any size, making great use of new AI accelerator hardware such as the VPU in Intel’s upcoming Meteor Lake Platform while freeing up CPU and GPU resources for other pro video tasks"

– Sriram Iyer, Head of Product & Partnerships, Digital Audio & Video, Adobe

"DaVinci Resolve recently migrated several community favorite AI features to DirectML. This joint effort with AMD led to a significant performance boost - these features now run up to 4.4x faster on AMD Radeon™ RX 7000 graphics cards! For more see here"

– Rohit Gupta, Director, DaVinci Software Engineering, Blackmagic Design

"We use DirectML to support our AI-powered creativity tools across CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, Corel Painter, and Corel PaintShop Pro because it offers reliability and predictability across a wide range of GPU devices. DirectML helped make sure all our customers have a great AI-powered experience by running performantly and enabling a seamless integration into their existing workflows."

– Rus Miller, VP Product Development, Alludo (Corel)

"The Edge team is excited about the AI experiences that DirectML will allow us to bring to our customers at scale. For a glimpse of the future, check out our blog post on video super resolution, a new feature that allows users to enhance the quality of videos without sacrificing bandwidth."

– Microsoft Edge team

"The DirectML execution provider for ONNX Runtime has become our machine learning inference framework of choice for deploying AI capabilities in our ultrasound products because of its performance criteria, ability to work across multiple GPU vendors, and its commitment to support, over the lifetime, our devices who utilize this technology."

– Harald Deischinger, Software Architect, Women’s Health Ultrasound, GE HealthCare