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Nvidia RTX Video HDR converts SDR to HDR on RTX graphics cards

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Last updated: January 25th, 2024 at 15:52 UTC+01:00

Nvidia has released version 551.23 of GeForce Game Ready Driver, which brings a new feature for RTX-series graphics cards: RTX Video HDR. This feature converts SDR content to HDR content using artificial intelligence (AI). In a video demonstrating the feature, Nvidia says “RTX Video HDR works on most streamed video.

Folks at The Verge have tested the feature and found it to work in Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome (most likely while streaming videos on YouTube). According to them, RTX Video HDR makes a difference. However, the difference was noticeable only when they toggled the feature on and off multiple times. Of course, RTX Video HDR should also work in games. To take advantage of this feature, you’ll need an HDR-enabled monitor. Also, the user experience of this feature might vary heavily from monitor to monitor.

In the video, Nvidia also demonstrated RTX Video Super Resolution, a feature that upscales the content to increase its sharpness and clarity. The company had rolled out that feature in February 2023. RTX Video HDR and RTX Video Super Resolution can work simultaneously to offer sharper, clearer, and more vibrant-looking content. To enable these features, open the Nvidia Control Panel, go to Adjust Video Image Settings, and under the RTX video enhancement section, check Super Resolution and High Dynamic Range.

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