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Information about the program:
Issue year: 2020
Platform: Windows® 7, 8, 10 (64-bit only)
Interface language: English
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File size: 2.10 GB


Great video enhancements using machine learning. With training on thousands of videos and combining information from multiple input video frames, Topaz Video Enhance AI expands your video up to 8K resolution with lifelike detail and motion consistency.

Best quality for upscaling video up to 8K.
Until now, there was no way to perfectly recreate high resolution video from low resolution footage. From old home movies to low-end SD, DVD quality, and more, Video Enhance AI will transform your videos into clean enhanced footage up to 8K resolution.

Improve footage up to 8K
Video Enhance AI is the perfect way to take good footage and make it great. Have you ever wanted your footage to look sharper with more detail? Record up to 8K HD footage for use in high-quality projects. This model is perfect for:

- DVD content
- DSLR footage
- Game footage
- HD stock footage Restore footage from

low quality
With Video Enhance AI, you can take your footage from SD to HD with an incredible increase in quality. This model is perfect for old images that you want to reuse for modern use. Older images like:

- Home movies
- Commercial
- Music videos
- Movie content

Youtube video quality
Until now, there was no deep learning-based approach to video scaling as a commercial product. Video Enhance AI is the only product that uses machine learning to extrapolate details from your footage for a realistic look. Video Enhance AI's output quality is simply better than any other product available.

Video Enhance AI was trained using a neural network that analyzes thousands of pairs of videos to learn how details are generally lost. Unlike Gigapixel AI for photos, Video Enhance AI can extrapolate more details for an even more realistic appearance given the amount of information available in a single video clip.

Easy to use
With just a few clicks of a button, your video footage will begin rendering to create beautiful, high-resolution quality footage. There are no complicated processes or confusing tools - just a few simple steps and your footage is ready to go.

Windows: Windows 7, 8, 10 (64-bit only)

- Intel i7 (7th generation) or higher (4GHz and higher)
- AMD Ryzen 7 or higher (4GHz and higher)

GPU / Graphics card:
- Nvidia GTX 1080 (8GB) or better
: Gigapixel AI for Video is currently not supported by AMD graphics processors.

- Minimum: 8GB
- Recommended: 16GB
- Optimal: 32GB

A monitor that outputs at a resolution of at least 1024 x 768 is recommended.

What is the minimum hardware requirement for Video Enhance AI?
We suggest that you run Video Enhance AI on high-end Nvidia graphics cards. The minimum requirement is GTX 1050 with 4GB of VRAM. Any graphics card later / better than the GTX 1080 (included) will do a pretty quick job. If you don't have an Nvidia graphics card in your device, the software can run on your Intel iGPU. Normally it will be 5 times slower. If you don't have an Intel iGPU, the software will eventually turn to your CPU, which can be 10 times slower than the Nvidia GPU version.






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thanks for this hero! love this software for upscaling old movies.

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