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Simple command line tool that processes image files using the FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) or Contrast Adaptive Sharpening (CAS) shader systems.
FidelityFX-CLI 1.0.0 Command line syntax: FidelityFX_CLI.exe [Options]
... Options: -Scale -Mode Modes from FSR package: EASU - Edge Adaptive Spatial Upsampling (default) aliases: FSR, FSR1 RCAS - Robust Contrast Adaptive Sharpening (doesn't support Scale) Modes from CAS package: CAS - Contrast Adaptive Sharpening Modes from Windows Imaging Component (WICBitmapInterpolationMode): NearestNeighbor, Linear, Cubic, HighQualityCubic, Fant -Sharpness -Mode CAS: range from 0.0 (default) to 1.0 (maximum extra sharpness) -Mode RCAS: range from 0.0 (maximum sharpness) to number of stops (halving) of the reduction of sharpness -FP16 If not set (default), uses R8G8B8A8_UNORM GPU texture format. If set, uses R16G16B16A16_FLOAT GPU texture format. -Linear If not set (default), treats input and output image as sRGB. If set, treats input and output image as linear. Works only when -FP16 is not specified. Supported input formats: BMP, PNG, ICO, JPG, TIF, GIF
Written in C++ using Visual Studio 2019. No external dependencies other than the WIC API and Direct3D 11. Image file formats are handled using the Windows Imaging Component (WIC) framework. Shaders are compiled to H files (with a little help from the Fx Batch Compiler tool) and bundled with the source code to build the executable.