NVIDIA announced at 2023 CES that it will launch RTX Video Super Resolution image enhancement technology based on AI for GeForce RTX 40 series and GeForce RTX 30 series in February. This technology will use AI to enhance video content viewed using Chrome or Edge browsers.
▲ RTX Video Super Resolution uses AI to remove artifacts caused by image block compression and improve resolution
RTX Video Super Resolution uses in-browser AI to remove artifacts caused by blocky compression and improve image resolution, thereby improving the quality of viewing videos on high-resolution screens with browsers; from the official demonstration video It is understood that compared to the traditional method of upgrading images from FullHD to 4K, the edges of RTX Video Super Resolution become smoother, making the image quality closer to the original, which may attract some users who don’t want to spend too much money on streaming subscriptions to switch to browsing Viewer together with RTX Video Super Resolution to watch content. But since the essence of GeForce Now is also close to video streaming, I wonder if RTX Video Super Resolution can play a role in game streaming?