Topaz Video AI 5.2

July 11, 2024 - Software
Topaz Video AI 5.2

Beautiful video enlargements using machine learning. Trained on thousands of videos and combining information from multiple input video frames, Topaz Video Enhance AI enlarges your video up to 8K resolution with true details and motion consistency.

The best quality for upscaling video up to 8K.
Until now, there was no way to perfectly recreate a high-resolution video from low-resolution footage. From old home movies to low-quality SD to DVD quality and more, Video Enhance AI will transform your videos into clean upscaled footage up to 8K resolution.

Enhancing Footage up to 8K
Video Enhance AI is the perfect way to take good footage and make it great. Have you ever wanted your footage to look sharper with more detail? Take HD footage all the way up to 8K for use in high-quality projects. This model is perfect to use for:

– DVD Content
– DSLR Footage
– Game Footage
– HD Stock Footage

Restoring Low-quality Footage
With Video Enhance AI, you can take your footage from SD to HD with an incredible increase in quality. This model is perfect for older footage that you want to repurpose for modern use. Older footage like:

– Home Movies
– Commercials
– Music Videos
– Movie Content
– Youtube Videos

Until now, no deep-learning based approach existed for video enlargement as a commercial product. Video Enhance AI is the only product that uses machine learning to extrapolate detail from your footage for a realistic look. The quality of output from Video Enhance AI is simply better than any other product available.

Video Enhance AI was trained using a neural network that analyzes thousands of video pairs to learn how details usually get lost. Unlike Gigapixel AI for photos, Video Enhance AI is able to extrapolate more detail for an even more realistic look given the amount of information available in a single video clip.

Easy to Use
With just a few clicks of a button, your video footage will start rendering to create beautiful high-resolution quality footage. There are no complicated processes or confusing tools – just a few simple steps and your footage is ready to go.

Operating System:
Windows: Windows 7, 8, 10 (64-bit only)

– Intel i7 (7th generation) or greater (4GHz and above)
– AMD Ryzen 7 or greater (4GHz and above)

GPU/Graphics Card:
– Nvidia GTX 1080 (8GB) or greater
– Gigapixel AI for Video currently does not support AMD graphics processors.

– Minimum: 8GB
– Recommended: 16GB
– Optimal: 32GB

A monitor that outputs at a resolution of at least 1024 x 768 is recommended.

What is the minimum hardware requirement for Video Enhance AI?
We suggest you run Video Enhance AI on high-end Nvidia graphic cards. The minimum requirement is GTX 1050 with 4 GB VRAM. Any graphic card later/better than GTX 1080 (included) will do a fairly fast job. If you do not have an Nvidia graphics card in your device, the software can run on your Intel iGPU. Typically, it will be 5 times slower. If you do not have an Intel iGPU, the software will finally fall back to your CPU, which can be 10 times slower than the Nvidia GPU version.



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Topaz Video AI 5.2.1 macOS

Technical Details and System Requirements

Minimum: MacOS 10.14 and above. (May run slow)
Recommended: MacOS 10.15 and above
RAM: Minimum 8GB( 16GB required)


386 thoughts on “Topaz Video AI 5.2


Topaz Video AI 5.1.3 is out 😉


    I downloaded Topaz Video 5.2.1 for Mac and installed it by carefully following the instructions in the installation folder. However, the PRG after rewriting the patch via terminal is no longer readable and the system advises me to throw it in the bin. What have I done wrong? Has anyone had the same problem? Thank you in advance. Regards.


      IMPORTANT : After run Terminal in Mac tu install the Patch, the doc in ” sudo nano etc/hosts” disappears. Impossible write a new doc.


    I’m getting Topaz Labs watermark on the videos after installing the update. What am I doing wrong?


    Nevermind, it works just fine after restart.

    Thank you.


Topaz Video AI 5.1.4 is out 😉


    Had no problem ’till 5.1.3 but after installing 5.1.4, I’m prompted to activate the software. Can’t bypass this. Any problem with this realease or am I doing something wrong ?


      Check windows defender notification. it would be blocking a file that is supposed to replace the original exe. Allow it to “restore” or “allow”. And reinstall the application, again keeping an eye on the defender notifications.


        Thanks. Didn’t notice antivirus deleted that file…..


    “Trojan:Win32/Wacatac.B!ml Detected by Microsoft Defender Antivirus” Always difficult to know if this is a false positive or not. But I’ll err on the side of caution and not run it


Recently, the latest Defender even seems to block the files if real-time protection and other settings are switched off. These are reactivated automatically after a short time and this always seems to be the case when the Topaz cracked files want to be unpacked and installed. Although the check mark is still OFF, the files cannot be unpacked and copied from the Replace.exe.

The problem does not occur with Topaz Photo AI Cracked, because cyberloner has not packed the cracked files twice and the installer can copy the files directly.

Time to change Video AI Cracked to this new method too @cyberloner 😉


Topaz Video AI 5.2 is out with new Rhea Enhancement model!


I’m running 5.2.0 and for some unknown reason I need to select my nvidia 3080 gpu in the settings before every single encode. The setting always reverts back to the default Auto setting for some reason. If I close the program and restart I need to choose the 3080, if I run an encode, then run another directly after I need to choose the 3080 again.

Does this happen to everyone?

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