Firefox browser has supported RTX Video Super Resolution technology

In late February, NVIDIA released the GeForce Game Ready 531.18 WHQL driver, extending support for the RTX Video Super Resolution (VSR) technology to Chrome and Edge browsers. This is applicable to online content from YouTube, Twitch, Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+. Users with GeForce RTX 30/40 series graphics cards are the first to enjoy this feature.

As reported by Wccftech, Mozilla’s internal team is currently advancing the update of the Firefox browser, which preliminarily supports the RTX Video Super Resolution technology. Since there have been no official announcements from NVIDIA or Mozilla, it’s likely that this feature is still in its nascent stage on the Firefox browser.

For users who are inclined towards trying out new features, the following steps can be taken:

  1. Open your Mozilla Firefox browser and navigate to “Settings.” Type “about:config” on the search bar.
  2. Search the “gfx.webrender.super-resolution.nvidia” on the “Preferences” tab and set it to “True”

Upon successful completion, the RTX Video Super Resolution is activated on the Firefox browser, enabling users to enjoy NVIDIA’s novel feature.

NVIDIA’s RTX Video Super Resolution technology, powered by AI, can elevate online 1080P videos to a 4K resolution, significantly enhancing their clarity. NVIDIA’s advanced technology is swiftly entering a new dimension, where the quality of online videos will be improved through the robust capabilities of the RTX GPU.

Google, with the Chrome browser 110.0.5481.77 version released in February, was the earliest to offer support for the RTX Video Super Resolution technology. As Chromium did not provide a user-accessible toggle switch, NVIDIA subsequently elaborated on how to manually enable this feature through the NVIDIA Control Panel.