My recollection of the events:
Please understand this is how I remember things but since I didn't have a camera I can't give you the ground truth.
Why YSK: By buying old service manuals, repair manuals, and service documents, you familiarize yourself with the basics of how stuff works, which is near half of the training right there for most people. Old manuals are detailed, with pictures and even examples of wear and tear, so you know what to look for. And they are cheap, less than $30!
By learning this from just a few cheap, old books, you can then go in and ask for employment, telling the hirer what you've already done to prepare. Formal training in a school is often not necessary for mechanics, only asking you to buy some tools (also available cheaply on auction sites). You can even purchase car parts off these sites so you can practice! Mechanic shops needing people are enthused by a person doing even a small amount of prep, and often do not require experience to start other than trying to fix your own car.
(I am speaking of actual auction sites and auction houses along with more known sites like Ebay).
Edit: I am mostly referring to small mechanic places, from oil change places to mom and pop repair shops, for kids just starting out. Obviously they train people from there, I am talking about getting a first basic job in the industry.
I Tested the new Temporal Super Resolution (TSR) upsampling method of Unreal Engine 5 Early Access using the Ancient Valley demo. Dis some comparisons to UE's original TAA upsampling and naiive upscaling as well. Results below:
All of the comparisons were run at 1440p on my home rig in UE5 editor with Epic quality assets (unfortunately I don't have a 4K monitor):
Youtube (blurrier but with chapters)
Vimeo (better quality, but no annotations)
At 0:52 I change from 50% (720p) TAA to TSR, night and day difference in not only quality but also temporal stability.
Image comparisons and Performance:
.jpg for now due to imgur conversion on upload. Will replace with
|Resolution: From -> to||Comparison link||Performance|
|720p ->1440p||TAA vs TSR||81 FPS vs 79 FPS|
|720p ->1440p||Native 1440p vs TSR||44 FPS vs 79 FPS|
|1080p ->1440p||TAA vs TSR||61 FPS vs 58 FPS|
|1080p ->1440p||Native 1440p vs TSR||44 FPS vs 58 FPS|
|2880p -> 1440p (downscale)||Native 1440p vs 2880p||44 FPS vs 14 FPS|
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