NVIDIA graphics cards now enhance YouTube video quality.

NVIDIA released a new driver for GeForce graphics cards that improves the quality of low-resolution videos on YouTube and other platforms.

NVIDIA releases new driver for GeForce graphics cards

The NVIDIA company has released a new driver for its GeForce graphics cards, which will allow improving the quality of “blurry” videos on platforms like YouTube and other services. The technology works similarly to DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling)…

DLSS is an AI-based rendering technique that uses deep learning and super sampling techniques to upscale lower-resolution images, resulting in sharper and more detailed visuals. It was introduced by NVIDIA as part of their RTX series GPUs.

How does it work?

The newly released driver uses similar principles but applies them specifically to video playback. The technology analyzes the frames of a video in real-time using artificial intelligence algorithms, identifying areas that are blurry or lack detail due to low resolution or compression artifacts.

The algorithm then reconstructs those parts of the frame using data from surrounding pixels while adding additional details based on learned patterns from previously processed frames – effectively creating higher-quality versions out of lower-quality ones.

Better streaming experience

This means that users with compatible hardware can now enjoy better-looking videos without having to wait for content creators or platform providers to upload higher-quality versions themselves – making streaming experiences more enjoyable overall!

Compatibility information

  • To take advantage of this feature, users must have one of these GPU models:

  1. GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER,
  2. GTX 1660 Ti,
  3. ,

  5. In addition, they need Windows 10 version 1809 or later with at least Graphics Driver Version: R465 branch.