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Feature Request: Nvidia Streamline Plugin for ARMA 3 DLSS/XeSS/FSR implementation
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I would like to request ARMA 3 developers review the Nvidia Streamline plugin framework for possible implementation into ARMA 3 and Enfusion.

Nvidia has recently announced its open-source Streamline technology. Based on my interpretation, the plugin would allow DLSS, XeSS, and FSR to run on any Direct X 11 or DirectX 12 game.

Here is the link to Nvidia's site:

Nvidia Streamline on Nvidia website

The actual framework has been posted by Nvidia on github for anyone to review:

Nvidia Streamline Framework on Github

And a guide on how to implement DLSS into a DirectX 11 or DirectX 12 game:

Nvidia Streamline Programming Guide

While I am unsure how much work would be required to integrate this plugin, it appears to require much less efforts and minimal cost than recoding of game libraries for DLSS or FSR 2.0. Also according to Nvidia, the plugin can run with games based on DirectX 11, which I believe is what ARMA 3 uses.

I am hoping this sounds like a feature request that would not only benefit ARMA 3 performance but may also be included in the Enfusion engine too for future releases.

The caveats so far is that this plugin only works with Nvidia gpus at the moment, but this appears to be due to the tech just releasing and can be expanded to non-Nvidia gpus due to its open-source nature.

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dedmen added a subscriber: dedmen.Mar 28 2022, 12:19 PM

I am hoping this sounds like a feature request that would not only benefit ARMA 3 performance

It would not. The majority of Arma's performance issues are not rendering related. Lowering resolution very rarely has any impact.
We thought about FSR/DLSS and found it to not be worth the effort.

dedmen closed this task as Resolved.Mar 28 2022, 12:19 PM
dedmen changed Resolution from Open to Won't Fix.

Understood and thank you for the explanation.