For those who don't exactly track Ansel related stuff, here's a rundown: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/new-gfe-features-latest-games-get-ansel-and-highlights/ Or just this image: The entire "trick" for feeding it any image you want is to call nvdlisrwrapper.exe from command prompt with path to your image (png or jpg) followed by resolution factor (2 or 4) and integer for what i assume is color mode (1 - monochromatic, 2 - full color). For example: Code: C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVIDIA NvDLISR\nvdlisrwrapper.exe D:\testimage.png 4 2 Which will upscale testimage.png 4 times using the whole AI Res-Up thing in full color. Other things to note: To have nvdlisrwrapper installed you need to have Geforce Experience installed and updated It seems that only monochrome mode (which is much, much faster) works on non-RTX cards. Unless image is named in similar fashion as default Ansel screenshots, upscaled image will be dumped as separate file without extension (requires renaming to add .png or .jpg). Lastly, if you wish to check this out but command prompt is not your thing - i have made GUI application for nvdlisrwrapper called AI Res Up. I thought i would share this finding since some people were interested on how this whole AI resolution scaling will turn out, i assume the AI profile has been trained with certain set of games but this doesn't mean it can't work with other types of images.