Introducing RTX Video Super Resolution – 4K AI Upscaling for Chrome & Edge Video

Take your videos to the next resolution with this new video AI upscaling feature coming to RTX 40 and 30 Series GPUs. Easily upscale 1080p video to 4K. Check out how it works in this video demo.

Source game footage captured at 1080p using H.264 @ 8mbps bitrate.

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11 Replies to “Introducing RTX Video Super Resolution – 4K AI Upscaling for Chrome & Edge Video”

  1. So whereabouts in Nvidea suite will it be available? Via driver updates or Omniverse?

  2. I'm really looking forward to this. But I don't think this is actually a real comparison. It would be too good to be true. I mean look a the stairs in the middle of the picture. They are completely flat/solid gray in the 1080p Video and now AI makes proper stair steps out of a solid gray?? Nope I dont't think so. Prove me wrong but i think this is just pure "nonsense" marketing material.
    My guess: The zoomed in comparison is legit. The zoomed out 1080p Image was blurred to make it look worse.
    EDIT: Okay lol, you can even see that the 1080p image was blurred since it looses details while the zoom out animation happens. Just watch it frame by frame. Nice try Nvidia…
    But to be fair the zoomed in comparison still looks impressive and seems legit to my eye.

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