Nvidia releases a new AI tool for Chrome and edge browsers and it will make YouTube videos pop up. This new tool by the tech firm will help to enhance videos both on chrome and edge.
Nvidia Releases New AI Tool for Chrome and Edge Browsers
Finally, Nvidia has revealed the official launch date of its RTX Video Super Resolution feature which was initially announced during CES 2023. The tool will upscale video resolutions up to 4K making use of artificial intelligence and it is set for a February 2023 release window for both edge and chrome browsers.
How RTX Video Super Resolution Works
And as clarified to PC Gamer, RTX Video Super Resolution will allow “resolutions beyond 1080p. It’ll upscale video with a native resolution anywhere between 360p and 1440p, and it’ll work with video up to 144Hz frame rate.” This very feature will require either an RTX 3000-series GPU to make it run.
Although 4K video upscaling is not new to TV, it is a new technology for streaming video as well as browsers. And the fact that its artificial intelligence taking care of the actual enhancement is really impressive and potentially divisive.
The Effects of AI Technology
This AI technology really has shown us incredible results as seen from the demonstration video. AI in general however has become a hotbed problem due to its misuse and copyright infringement issues that have resulted from its uses in the arts.
That being said, it will be really interesting and fascinating to watch the RTX Video Super Resolution feature improve and advance, as well as the type of videos that will work best with the said tool. This application of AI hopefully will not encounter the same level of controversy in the meantime and we can get to see its usage spread and extend to other mediums.