Potentially, other enhancing methods (not Photoshop, I mean) make possible to build a cluster of parallel jobs to enhance all the images really fast, so it'll be like a great system of making low-res films beautiful in real time (or not real, but very fast)

Cool idea, but neural multithreading could turn your PC into a fiery box :)

Although, something similar already exists: has neural-based upscaling method, called NGU.
That's definitely quite handy.
But question, is it possible to do upscale in real time?
The thing is I often don't have enough free space, and thus wouldn't be able to convert movies using this method. Is is interesting, but not really viable.

And, well, ofc if i want to download some movies to my disk, I'll need even more disk storage for 4K versions, but if the real-time upscale is possible using regular video players, this problem could be easily avoided.

Also, I would like to know how your method compares to the regular TV/TVBoxes 4K upscales?

I assume that is is possible to use something like VLC filter to upscale video in real-time, but I have no idea how reliable it is compared to this simple, yet working method.
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