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Hotshot-XL is an AI text-to-GIF model developed by hotshotco that is trained to work alongside the Stable Diffusion XL (SDXL) model. Hotshot-XL can generate GIFs using any fine-tuned SDXL model, including ones you've trained yourself. This allows you to create GIFs of personalized subjects by loading your own SDXL-based LORALs, without having to fine-tune Hotshot-XL itself. Hotshot-XL is also compatible with SDXL ControlNet to generate GIFs in a specific composition or layout. Model Inputs and Outputs Inputs Text prompt: Hotshot-XL takes a text prompt as input to generate the corresponding GIF. Outputs GIF: Hotshot-XL outputs a 1-second GIF at 8 frames per second. The model was trained on various aspect ratios, but performs best with SDXL models fine-tuned for 512x512 resolutions. Capabilities Hotshot-XL can generate dynamic GIFs from text prompts, leveraging the capabilities of the Stable Diffusion XL model to create visually striking and imaginative animations. The model's ability to work with custom SDXL-based LORALs allows for a high degree of personalization and creativity in the GIFs it produces. What Can I Use it For? The primary use case for Hotshot-XL is in the generation of artistic and creative GIFs. This could include applications in design, marketing, social media, or other creative fields where dynamic visuals are desired. Hotshot-XL could also be integrated into educational or entertainment tools to help users express themselves through GIF creation. Additionally, the model could be used for research purposes to study the intersection of text-to-image and text-to-animation capabilities. Things to Try One interesting aspect of Hotshot-XL is its ability to work with custom SDXL-based LORALs. Try experimenting with different fine-tuned SDXL models to see how the generated GIFs change in style and subject matter. You could also explore using Hotshot-XL in conjunction with SDXL ControlNet to create GIFs with specific compositions or layouts.

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Updated 5/17/2024