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Should I disable anti aliasing while using FSR

I know image sharpening should be disabled for FidelityFX Super Resolution, but what about anti-aliasing? 

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1 hour ago, BlackManINC said:

I know image sharpening should be disabled for FidelityFX Super Resolution, but what about anti-aliasing? 

Becomes aesthetics so “should” becomes problematic. There’s also lots of anti aliasing methodologies.  Try it and use what you like more, maybe.

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Every person is different.

Just try it, if not to taste, reverse it.

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1 minute ago, SkilledRebuilds said:

Every person is different.

Just try it, if not to taste, reverse it.

🤔 But does FSR come with its own anti-aliasing? 

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