NVIDIA has made two key announcements for developers, one being that DLSS Frame generation that was introduced with DLSS 3 will be available to developers and the other being DLSS Image quality comparisons get better with NVIDIA ICAT. Learn more about both here:
DLSS Frame Generation Available Now For All Developers
DLSS support is growing fast, and it is about to get a boost of its own. At GDC last week, NVIDIA made DLSS Frame Generation publicly available for developers to integrate into their games and applications. The public release of our DLSS Frame Generation plugins will allow even more developers to adopt the framerate-boosting technology.
DLSS Frame Generation is now also available to access via NVIDIA Streamline, an open-source, cross-vendor framework that simplifies the integration of super-resolution technologies in 3D games and apps.
DLSS Image Quality Comparisons Get Better with NVIDIA ICAT Video Analysis Enhancements
NVIDIA Image Comparison & Analysis Tool (ICAT) helps anyone quickly analyze image quality between screenshots and videos, and works on any Windows PC. It is critical for helping the press determine the proper settings when doing image quality analysis. With the latest update, we now support HEVC format videos for comparison and the ability to export your analysis as a video file.
NVIDIA ICAT allows users to easily compare up to 4 screenshots or videos with sliders, side-by-sides, and pixel-peeping zoom-ins. Align comparisons spatially and temporally, examine the differences, and draw your conclusions.
Download the NVIDIA Image Comparison and Analysis Tool here.