I'm currently working on the 'Upscale images with better results' article.
This will be ready by the end of the week or so (I hope to mention it later
today at our meeting as well). The article features 3 open source tools, of
which 2 are pretty easy to build on Fedora. However, the third one,
Waifu2x, turned out to be a bit tricky to get it running. Not only it
requires Nvidia CUDA and depends on this vendor, it also takes time and
patience to sort things out before a reader will be able to actually
upscale something :) Take a look at this great how-to for Waifu2x on Centos
to get the impression: http://blog.jicoman.info/2015/09/waifu2x_centos
I suspect that the installation instructions are a bit too long for the
Nevertheless, I'm going to try CL-Waifu2x (
), a similar project that seems to be
easier to use. I'll let you know if I succeed with it.
Thanks for your attention and have a nice day everyone!