Hearing some "FSR works a lot like MLAA" & while that may be a useful comparison, FSR is also asking that you definitely should not replace your MLAA pass (unlike DLSS, which works on aliased lower res images & only needs a denoising/AA pass on that lower res image if you have very noisy ray tracing etc). If you don't like TAA ghosting issues, FSR isn't automatically going to save you because you still need to run some AA on your internal image. gpuopen.com/fidelityfx-superre


This also feels like a major disconnect between the "why we need this now" sale pitches & the actual "how you should best use our techniques" documentation.
If "because ray tracing is expensive" is the sales pitch then "please add noisy stuff after the upscale as we can't cope" shouldn't be in your documentation (& on some level, DLSS & FSR both say things to this effect - DLSS notes if you ray trace before upscale you must first denoise it properly to make upscale work well).

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