Nvidia finally revealed the official launch date of its RTX Video Super Resolution feature, which was first announced during CES 2023. The tool, which upscales videos up to 4K resolution using artificial intelligence, is set for a February 2023 release window for both Chrome and Edge browsers.
RTX Video Super Resolution, as clarified to PC Gamer, 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 feature requires either an RTX 3000-series or 4000-series GPU to run. You can see how well it works in the video from Nvidia below.