Yes I would like to know as well especially now that AMD has given it to all the older cards but still not the people who supported them by buying Vega cards. I have to say I'm VERY disappointed.
hello, it is a shame that it is not implemented natively in vega graphics having the potential to support it, thanks for the data, I will prove it
Radeon Image Sharpening has been added for Vega GPUs in Adrenalin 19.9.3.
See Release notes here:
OK so I just quickly looked at Radeon Image Sharpening Implementation on two games in DX12 using Adrenalin 19.9.3.
Testing method is to exit all applications. Set the Radeon Image Sharpening Button off. Launch games @ 2K Ultra Fullscreen Settings from the AMD Radeon Settings Game Profile. Take Screenshots.
Repeat the above but set the Radeon Image Sharpening Button on to have comparison screenshots.
(1). BFV with Reshade already installed, but turning all ReShade Shaders off. (I have been testing ReShade as a solution to implement Contrast Aware/Adaptive Sharpening and global illumination on AMD and Nvidia GPUs).
I could not tell any difference between Radeon Image Sharpening Button off or on.
If I turn on ReShade CAS.fx filter I definitely get really good image sharpening.
It may be that ReShade installation is preventing " Radeon Image Sharpening Button on" from working.
I will uninstall ReShade, reverify the BFV installation and retest later.
(2). Strange Brigade with no ReShade installed.
Compare and Contrast:
Radeon Image Sharpening Button off.
Radeon Image Sharpening Button on.
I have to get on with some other work now.
Please look at the following thread for any more information on Adrenalin 19.9.3 testing from now on:
The new correct answer for this thread is that Radeon Image Sharpening is definitely implemented on Vega GPUs in Adrenalin 19.9.3 and working on an RX Vega 64 Liquid at least.