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AMD Introduces AMD FidelityFX SDK At (GDC 2023) In Addition To Powering Epic Games MetaHuman Animator Demo

This week at GDC, AMD hosted a series of developer sessions where it unveiled exciting announcements and enhancements to the AMD FidelityFX Toolkit, as well as showcased AMD technologies with key partners. Among these technologies are:

1) AMD FidelityFX SDK – The new SDK makes it less complex and streamlined to implement AMD technologies in games by including all AMD FidelityFX tools in one place and with an easy-to-use API for easier integration. AMD also revealed three new AMD FidelityFX effects:

  • AMD FidelityFX Depth of Field Effect (Depth of Field Effect), which helps developers add fast, physically correct DoF to their games.
  • AMD FidelityFX Lens – Add various lens effects such as film grain, chromatic aberration, and vignette.
  • AMD FidelityFX Blur – includes highly optimized blur cores.

2) AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 3 – AMD provided a first look at how FSR 3, the next generation of AMD scaling technology currently in development, will combine the super-resolution scaling technology of FSR 2, decades of AMD R&D and innovation, and new AMD technology. AMD Fluid Motion Frames interpolation, to help deliver up to 2X higher frame rates in supported games.

FSR 3 will be available to developers under an open source MIT license, with the goal of offering optimal integration and flexibility.

3) Epic Games MetaHuman Animator Demo – On March 22, as part of the “State of Unreal” presentation at GDC, Epic Games revealed Meta Human Animator doing a live demo running on AMD Ryzen Processors and AMD Radeon Graphics Cards. The MetaHuman framework enables the creation of high-fidelity, photorealistic digital humans “in a matter of minutes” for use in games and much more. To see the demo made with the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processor and AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX Graphics Cards click here.

It is expected that the AMD FidelityFX SDK and the new AMD FidelityFX effects available via GitHub and GPUOpen in Q2 2023. More details on FSR 3 will be shared soon.


To learn more about AMD’s activities at GDC 2023, visit GPUOpen. And to consult the AMD blog and have more information about the announcements during the GDC we invite you to click here.