Here is what’s new in the upcoming Topaz Labs Video AI version 4.0

Topaz Labs Video AI version 4.0 is coming on October 17 (pre-order now for $50 off + 3 months free):

Here is what’s new in version 4.0:

  1. With Video AI 4, improve your workflow with new Direct Comparison UI: side-by-side, slide-over, and overlay views to compare your footage using 24 AI models. Built for creative pros who want more fine control. Ultra smooth, Ultra sharp, and Ultra steady.
  2. Direct Comparison UI to preview images and compare any two of your 24 AI models directly. Fine tune settings with side-by-side, slide-over, and overlay views to get the perfect video enhancement.
  3. Nyx v2: Improved training on the Nyx model generates better detailed results while eliminating ISO noise and compression artifacts.
  4. Nyx’s new 2x scale mode enhances the sharpness and fidelity of your footage during the de-noise process.
  5. Nyx can intelligently detect and heal some of the visual artifacts created by video compression.
  6. Iris MQ with improved face recovery
  7. 50% speed gain on TensorRT-compatible GPUs
  8. Custom mode for processing black-and-white video
  9. Custom mode for 3:2 pulldown/inverse telecine footage
  10. Options for deinterlacing at single frame rate or double frame rate
  11. Split Iris into Iris LQ/MQ
  12. Reduced loading times for Enhancement models
  13. Support for rotating videos 90, 180, and 270 degrees-corrects videos with missing metadata for rotation.
  14. Use two Enhancement filters at once. This system will allow editors to stack Enhancement filters and process multi-step AI tasks in fewer clicks.
  15. Animated tooltips that instruct new users on the use of the Preview system the first time the app is run.
  16. Improved dynamic bitrate controls: The High setting for H264 and H265 exports has been adjusted to target a VMAF score of about 95, and is now the default setting for new installs of Video AI.
  17. The lossless FFV1 codec is now available by default in the export options panel, and can be used at 4:2:0, 4:2:2, and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling levels.
  18. AV1 encoder for AMD 7000 series GPUs and 700 series integrated graphics.
  19. Copy all subtitle tracks for MKV exports.
  20. New preference to default to searching for image sequences during import.

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