Upgrade SDR content to HDR with Nvidia’s AI-powered RTX GPUs.

January 24, 2024
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Nvidia has introduced a new feature called RTX Video HDR that allows RTX GPU owners to upgrade standard dynamic range (SDR) content to high dynamic range (HDR) using artificial intelligence (AI). This feature is included in the latest Game Ready driver release for the Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti Super launch. RTX Video HDR works in Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome and can enhance the color detail of 4K YouTube videos that were not originally uploaded in HDR. To enable RTX Video HDR, users need an HDR10-compatible monitor with HDR enabled in Windows and can access the feature through the Nvidia Control Panel. Like other AI-powered features from Nvidia, such as Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) and Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution (DLDSR), RTX Video HDR requires an RTX GPU. In addition to RTX Video HDR, the 551.23 driver release also adds support for Ultra Low Latency Mode with DirectX 12 games.

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