The servers simply download the latest rendering instructions. They all live in a common folder. The application, TVAI, checks for the latest ones. If the server has nothing new to download, the application just uses the ones from the folder. If it’s new, it gets downloaded.
Formerly, there was a control to turn this behavior on and off in preferences.
Currently, only 2x4x models are available, but I would like a 3x model.
During the transition to FHD, there were many 720p HalfHD due to hardware limitations.
Considering upscaling to 4K (2160p), I think that 3x from 720p is more efficient than 3x from 4x with a reduction.
Hi… I am trying the new 3.1.0 with some files, but I have problems with Proteus that are not present in version 3.0.11. It’s like dehalo is 100 and you can’t change it
These are the drive links with the two files for comparison
It could be my setup. I use a 13900k cpu and a 4090 gpu. If I run a single process I could get anywhere between 33-35 FPS. If I run two instances at the same time (ex: upscaling two episodes at the same time) I’m getting a good 25-26 FPS each. I have the memory at 90%. It used to take a about an 2:15 hours to upscale a 24 min episode from 480p to 1080p. Now I can convert the FPS and upscale it same resolution and it takes me about 40 minutes tops if I process two at the same time. Less if I’m only upscaling one.
I don’t understand why, but I can’t run topaz video enhance, I always have errors… I have an rtx 3080 and the latest driver 528.02. I also have windows 11 updated.
Every time I launch an upscale with proteus or artemis I get an error and/or a computer crash…