Nvidia's AI noise removal

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Nvidia's AI noise removal
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https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai-can...ny-photos/

Sounds and looks very interesting, I can see it having use in restoring videos as well, what you think?
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(2018-07-11, 04:00 PM)Colek Wrote: https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai-can...ny-photos/

Sounds and looks very interesting, I can see it having use in restoring videos as well, what you think?

Surely it sounds amazing and if well optimized this could totally be used for video application, my only concern would be the time needed for operating this magic on thousands of frames with a regular, consumer grade GPU Sad
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That looks pretty good, can't wait to try it out.

Someone linked this in the comments: https://yandex.ru/blog/company/oldfilms
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Awesome demonstration!

I wonder how the single picture "theoretical reconstruction" would look at 24fps. Smoothed would move fine, but it's smooth (pull out the grain plates!). But detailed may look like a gnat swarm. The next step must be AI keeping track of what it did on previous frames for the following frames, throughout a shot. (That sounds like powers of complexity.)
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