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Here's a demo video, not sure if it's the same one that the other guys saw, but you get the idea
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVdp2B7cG-o

Watching this, I notice it blurs/dulls the colors a little, and look at things way in the back, when moving from nothing to TXAA, some of the things disappear altogether...

Looks good, but I want to see a more comprehensive test and demonstration...
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Supposedly very blurry and gives a CG look and feel:
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For many of you, the first response will be to judge TXAA compared to other AA or no-AA filters using still images, and then remark how TXAA does look less aliased, but also looks less sharp. This is the correct response too, because it is physically impossible to remove aliasing, especially temporal aliasing, without resulting in a perceptual reduction of sharpness. Motion however is where the real battle for AA is fought, and where TXAA really starts to shine compared to all prior methods.

For those who have a problem with lack of sharpness compared to no-AA GPU rendering, and judge AA techniques by still image screen shots, I'd suggest pressing the pause button on your Blue-Ray player and take a look at one of the CG film shots in your favorite movie, and then comment on sharpness. If enough of you light up the forums I might be able to do a side project at NVIDIA where we ship a video filter which makes movies look like traditional GPU rendering in games, something so sharp that your eyes will bleed.

So it removes the jaggies very well in still images and temporally. It is supposedly one of the first to filter properly annoying patterns in time.
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