Nvidia Launches RTX Video HDR: AI-Powered Upgrade for Enhanced Video Quality on HDR Monitors


NVIDIA introduces RTX Video HDR, available for download through the January Studio Driver. The AI-powered technology transforms standard dynamic range video into stunning high dynamic range on HDR10 displays. PC game modders can now utilize the NVIDIA RTX Remix open beta, featuring full ray tracing, DLSS, Reflex, and generative AI tools for efficient game remastering.

The new GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER enhances creative tasks, gaming, and AI with more CUDA cores, a 16GB frame buffer, and a 256-bit bus. It outperforms the RTX 3070 Ti, running up to 1.6x faster and 2.5x faster with DLSS 3 in graphics-intensive games.

RTX Video HDR, powered by Tensor Cores on GeForce RTX GPUs, allows gamers and creators to maximize HDR displays’ capabilities, preserving intricate details. It works seamlessly with RTX Video Super Resolution for clear livestreamed video on Chromium-based browsers.

The RTX Remix open beta, built on NVIDIA Omniverse, empowers modders to create stunning remasters with full ray tracing and DLSS. Featured artist Vishal Ranga shares his 3D scene, “Disowned,” created with Unreal Engine’s ray-traced global illumination and enhanced by RTX-accelerated rendering.

Ranga’s creative workflow benefited from DLSS, providing smooth scene movement and maintaining visual quality. He encourages budding artists to practice skills, prioritize basics, and experience the highs and lows of the creation process.


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