Twenty years ago, when realistic games were just a distant dream, some companies were still trying to add realism to games through intros and cut scenes. These videos can last for several minutes, providing a deeper immersion in the gameplay.
And while these videos were fun at the time, they now look less impressive on Full HD or 4K screens. Upscale YouTube channel fixed this issue. Its authors use machine learning systems to sharpen older videos so that they still look as good as they did on old CRT monitors.
All these improvements are made possible thanks to Topaz Video Enhance AI, also known as Topaz Gigapixel. The software itself can be purchased for $299. It will take several hours to optimize a single video, depending on the performance of the computer’s GPU, the length of the video, and the target resolution. However, it is important to know that computer-generated images are not necessarily “correct”. It may include details not found in the original video. The end result may also vary depending on the resolution.
You can see the results of the work of Topaz Video Enhance AI on the YouTube Upscale channel.
Source: The Verge
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