Video Streaming’s DLSS moment! Nvidia updates RTX Video Super Resolution to boost quality and more

Nvidia delivers higher quality streamed video with updated RTX Video Super Resolution 1.5

Nvidia has given their RTX Video Super Resolution technology a major boost. By retraining their AI, Nvidia’s video enhancement technology to further increase the quality of streamed video by removing artifacts and enhancing detail. With RTX Video Super Resolution 1.5, Nvidia has also made their new AI technology compatible with RTX 20 series GPUs. This was not possible with version 1.0.

Currently, Nvidia’s Video Super Resolution technology is supported by web browsers and VLC media player. This allows RTX GPU users to watch streamed or saved videos at higher quality levels than ever before. This technology can also enhance the video quality of streaming services like Netflix, Twitch, YouTube, Disney+ and more.

With RTX Video Super Resolution 1.5, Nvidia are giving their AI video enhancement technology both a quality boost and a compatibility boost. With this technology, video can look crisper and sharper than ever before. Additionally, the impact of compression artifacts can be minimised.

Users of high resolution screens will be able to see the benefits of their monitor’s higher pixel counts. Nvidia’s Video Super Resolution tech enhances content that is of a lower resolution. That said, even laptops with 1080p screens can benefit greatly from this technology.

NVIDIA RTX Video Super Resolution Update 1.5 has arrived! RTX VSR’s AI model has been retrained to more accurately identify the difference between subtle details and compression artifacts to better preserve image details during the upscaling process. Finer details are more visible, and the overall image looks sharper and crisper than before.

Nvidia’s DLSS moment for streamed video?

Nvidia are working hard to make AI a must-have technology for all PC owners, whether they are gaming, creating content, or simply streaming video. With their updates to Video Super Resolution, Nvidia has given anyone who watches content on YouTube, Twitch, Netflix, and any other streaming service a reason to own a Nvidia GPU. This is Nvidia’s DLSS moment for video streaming, and Intel and AMD need to implement their own competing features.

If I am honest, Nvidia’s AI Video Super Resolution technology makes me want to see a new Shield TV. An Android TV solution with this technology built-in would be a great addition to any home entertainment setup. Nvidia would be foolish not to take advantage of demand for such a product, especially given how popular their other Shield TV units are (despite their age).

More details about Nvidia’s 1.5 update for their Video Super Resolution technology is available on Nvidia’s blog here.

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