Bluesky Frame Converter has “doubled” the performance of rate conversion of AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 & 6000 “RDNA” GPUs in a new update.
Users Can Now Enjoy Videos At Doubled The FPS With AMD Radeon RX 7000 & RX 6000 RDNA GPUs Using Frame Rate Convertor Tool
For those unaware, Bluesky Frame Converter is an application that makes use of Windows’s DirectShow filters to convert video frame rates depending on your needs. Frame converters are widely utilized in the media industry, and they are mainly used to tune video frame rates in a way to makes them compatible with different display or broadcast standards.
Bluesky is known to work best with Team Red’s lineup of GPUs with the new version 4.6 bringing faster performance for the Radeon RX 7000 & RX 6000 RDNA GPUs. Here are the features of the Bluesky Frame Converter:
Version 4.6.0 (12/23/2023)
- Added x2 rate conversion for Radeon RX 6000/7000 series (Adrenalin Edition 23.12.1 is required)
This program is a DirectShow Filter which can convert the frame rate using GPU, and it has the following features.
- Support AMD Fluid Motion Video
- Rate conversion by frame interpolation
- Support 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p and 60i input rate
- Support 60p, 72p, 75p, 120p and 144p(GCN GPU) or x2(RDNA GPU) output rates
- Support DXVA decoder
- *1 Support GCN and RDNA generation dGPU and APU
- *2 60i is converted to 24p by IVTC and converted by frame interpolation.
To access the application with its highest potential, it is necessary to update your drivers to the newest version, specifically the AMD Adrenalin Edition 23.12.1. This might be due to the reason that newer drivers come with a more enhanced version of AMD’s Fluid Motion Frames Technology since it aids in frame interpolation on the driver side resulting in an improved frame rate conversion performance on the Radeon RX 7000 & RX 6000 GPUs. You can grab the software from this official webpage.
News Source: Bluesky