Nvidia has released RTX Video HDR for RTX GPUs, which can automatically convert SDR content to HDR content. It works with RTX Video Super Resolution, which uses AI to upscale low-resolution, highly compressed video to 4K by adding hallucinated detail that matches the scene. The HDR feature requires an HDR10-compliant monitor. RTX Video HDR is available in Chromium-based browsers, including Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. To enable the feature, users must download and install the January Studio driver, enable Windows HDR capabilities, and enable HDR in the NVIDIA Control Panel under "RTX Video Enhancement."

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