RTX Video Super Resolution launches next month with 4K upscaling for footage viewed on Chrome or Edge browsers

During the CES 2023 GeForce Beyond broadcast, NVIDIA announced RTX Video Super Resolution technology. According to NVIDIA, owners of GeForce RTX 4000 and 3000 Series GPUs can enable RTX Video Super Resolution starting next month to take advantage of AI improvements in upscaling any video content viewed on Chrome and Edge browsers.

RTX Video Super Resolution uses artificial intelligence technology to improve the quality of any video viewed in the browser by removing blocked compression elements and upscaling the video resolution. This improves video sharpness and clarity and allows people to view online content in its original resolution on high definition screens.

NVIDIA has already delivered the ultimate AI-enhanced video upgrade with the Shield Android TV Pro. We asked if this was a new implementation of the same technology and will update this story if we hear back. Regardless, it could be a cost-saving technology for any GeForce users who watch content from Netflix, since the streaming giant only allows Ultra HD streaming at its most expensive tier. Thanks to RTX Video Super Resolution, Netflix users can choose cheaper layers (such as Basic, which streams in HD, or Standard, which streams in Full HD) and then take advantage of this technology to raise the video quality.

In other news, NVIDIA also announced upcoming updates to its Studio suite of software. The Broadcast app adds new Eye Contact and Vignette features with version 1.4. The former feature can make it look as if someone is watching the camera instead of a script, while the latter is a background effect that, combined with background blur, simulates a beautiful bokeh effect.

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