This article is a quick guide for how to get the most out of Video Enhance AI for your computer.
First, make sure your OS and drivers are up to date and that you're running the latest version. You can find the latest versions on our Downloads Page. For Mac, you should be on at least 10.15 Catalina, and for Windows 10, you can find the latest release notes here.
For a more comprehensive guide on how to update your OS and drivers on Windows, see How to Update your Computer GPU and OS.
Once you are up to date, open Video Enhance AI and go to Process -> Preference:
In the drop down menu you can choose your AI Processor. It is recommended you choose your most powerful installed GPU. For this computer, that would be the dedicated AMD card (this computer also has an integrated Intel card however it is not ideal for this application).
CPU processing is also available and while it is the most stable option, it will be significantly slower than GPU processing. You should only use this setting if you are experiencing crashing due to a lack of VRAM.
The Experimental All GPU setting is intended for users with multiple similar NVidia or AMD GPUs installed (it will not work for Intel GPUs). For example, if you have two NVidia RTX 2080 cards installed or one GTX 1070 and one RTX 2080, this setting is for you. If you have a dedicated GPU and an integrated Intel GPU, you should choose your dedicated GPU, the All GPUs setting may not work for you or perform more slowly.
For users with GPUs that have more 12GB of VRAM or more, we recommend running multiple instances of Video Enhance AI on the same GPU to maximize your VRAM.