AMD is also available with an unscaled FSR version 2.0

For now, the upscaling version will be given priority, but an anti-aliasing system will be available later.

AMD detailed FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0 last week, but there is also a version in the background that does not offer an upscaling option. The latter does not seem like a serious job at first reading, as in principle only the upscaling should be simplified, which is a quasi-knockout, but in fact FSR 2.0 uses a very complex workflow in which many components are integrated into the upscaling module and do not work optimally. with different parameterization than recommended. This system cannot be used for edge smoothing in this form only.

This results in a version from which the upscaling itself is specifically extracted, and thus the individual workflows are integrated in an alternative way. This code offers virtually only AMD’s TAA, or temporal edge smoothing, which is useful in that an algorithm has been designed in FSR 2.0 that specifically addresses the problem of such procedures. Among other things, it directly handles potential ghosting, the recognition of extremely thin, hard-to-detect details, and optional auto-exposure for HDR content, which solves the problem of samples returning with high HDR values ​​that would greatly overexpose output parameters without correction.

Because much of the temporal anti-aliasing in use today still suffers from the typical problems mentioned earlier, a TAA-only version of FSR 2.0 may be of interest to developers because they could replace their own implementation with an AMD solution. However, they should definitely wait for this, because the primary focus is on FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0, which also provides upscaling.

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