It will be available for GeForce RTX 40- and 30-series GPUs.
NVIDIA has presented RTX Video Super Resolution – an AI-powered feature that improves the quality of videos in a browser "by removing blocky compression artifacts and upscaling video resolution." In the video above, you see how it can easily "upgrade" a 1080p video to 4K.
The tech improves video sharpness and clarity, letting you watch online content in its native resolution on high-resolution displays. According to PC Gamer, it can upscale videos with a native resolution "anywhere between 360p and 1440p" and will work with videos up to 144Hz frame rate.
Unfortunately, not everybody will be able to enjoy this clarity as the feature is coming to Chrome and Edge browsers of GeForce RTX 40- and 30-series GPUs owners.
NVIDIA didn't provide much information about RTX Video Super Resolution, but you can read about it here. Also, don't forget to join our 80 Level Talent platform, our Reddit page, and our Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we share breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.
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