Microsoft announced the addition of & ldquo;Video Super Resolution (VSR) & rdquo;, to its PC browser application, ldquo;Edge”, to improve the quality of low-resolution streaming video.
NVIDIA (RTX20 or later) or AMD (RX5700 or later) GPU is required to run.
As of March 6, it is being pre-delivered to users of the Canary version.
Video Super Resolution (VSR) is a technology that uses browser built-in AI to improve streaming video resolution such as YouTube.Even when the video itself is of low resolution or is forced to play at low resolution due to insufficient bandwidth on the communication line, users can use VSR to enjoy high-resolution video.
Available conditions are that the video resolution must be less than 720p, the height and width of the video must be more than 192 pixels, the video is not protected by DRM, the user's PC is connected to AC power, and a compatible GPU (NVIDIA RTX20xx or later or AMD RX5700 or later) is available.
In order to use machine learning for processing on the PC side, dGPU with a certain level of performance is essential. It cannot be used for devices that display images using only CPU's built-in GPU (iGPU), such as Mac with M1 and M2 chips.
As of March 6, the VSR feature has been available to Canary users and can use Edge's experimental features, but other users can also manually turn it on from the official website.
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