Topaz Labs released Video AI version 3.1.9 with a $50 off sale


Topaz Labs released Video AI version 3.1.9 with improved slow motion and fps conversion and a new version of the Apollo AI model, better Motion Deblur quality, and various fixes.

Topaz Video AI is now $50 off until March 31st (purchase includes 1 year of upgrades). The pricing of all Topaz products is available here.

Additional information:


Upscale and enhance any footage up to 8K output – Bring your old footage up to modern standards by upscaling with no artifacts. Enhance and fine-tune details in every frame with a highly-trained selection of AI models.


Reduce motion blur for sharper edges and details – Recover from motion blur caused by panning, rotation, or zoom with the Themis AI model.


Denoise high-ISO clips for crystal-clear output – Remove noise and grain while recovering real detail in your videos. Minimize flickering and other temporal artifacts caused by other frame-by-frame denoising methods.


Flawlessly stabilize shaky footage – Wobbly handheld recordings can be easily corrected without the extreme warping and cropping delivered by traditional methods.


Simulate slow-motion video with silky-smooth results – Create stunning slow-motion from any footage. Topaz Video AI generates new frames without stuttering or motion artifacts.


Deinterlace any video for the digital world – Use deep learning to convert interlaced videos to progressive format while preserving image definition.


Convert frame rate with perfect quality – Generate new frames that seamlessly blend with frames captured in-camera, enhancing your video with smoother and more natural results.

Other improvements:

  • Slightly improve Motion Deblur quality and fix some edge cases
  • Detect and re-download corrupted model files
  • Temp files are deleted more consistently
  • App now releases file when input file is released
  • Performance benchmarking tool
  • Upgrade to FFmpeg 6
  • Fix various crashes and stability issues
  • Improve tooltip and error messaging
  • [Win] ProRes 422 HQ/LT output takes less disk space
  • [Win] Nvidia H.265 output plays in Mac native apps
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