Tech Focus: TAA - Blessing Or Curse? Temporal Anti-Aliasing Deep Dive

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TAA - or Temporal Anti-Aliasing - has become the de facto standard form of anti-aliasing in video games today. It's a potent form of improving image quality and delivering effects similar to super-sampling while using a tiny fraction of your GPU's power. However, it's not without its issues and challenges and many users actively despise it. How have we got to where we are, why aren't other forms of AA used and where does it fare best? Alex Battaglia has this video for you.

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