ad-inpaint

Maintainer: logerzhu

Total Score

366

Last updated 5/19/2024
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Model overview

ad-inpaint is a product advertising image generator developed by logerzhu. It's designed to create images for product advertisements, with the ability to scale the output and generate multiple images from a single prompt. The model can be enhanced with ChatGPT by providing an OpenAI API key. It shares some similarities with other Stable Diffusion-based models like sdxl-ad-inpaint and inpainting-xl, which also focus on product image generation and inpainting.

Model inputs and outputs

The ad-inpaint model takes in a variety of inputs to generate product advertising images, including a prompt, an optional image path, and various configuration settings like scale, number of images, and guidance scale. The output is an array of image URLs, allowing you to generate multiple images at once.

Inputs

  • Prompt: The product name or description to be used for generating the image
  • Image Path: An optional input image to guide the generation process
  • Scale: The factor to scale the output image by (up to 4x)
  • Image Num: The number of images to generate (up to 4)
  • Manual Seed: An optional manual seed value for the image generation
  • Guidance Scale: The guidance scale parameter to control the influence of the prompt
  • Negative Prompt: Keywords to exclude from the generated image

Outputs

  • Output: An array of image URLs representing the generated product advertising images

Capabilities

The ad-inpaint model is capable of generating high-quality product advertising images based on a given prompt. It can scale the output images and produce multiple variations, allowing for a diverse set of options. By integrating with ChatGPT through an OpenAI API key, the model can also enhance the prompt to further refine the generated images.

What can I use it for?

ad-inpaint can be useful for businesses or individuals looking to create product advertising images quickly and efficiently. It can be used to generate images for e-commerce listings, social media posts, or marketing materials. The ability to scale the images and produce multiple variations makes it a versatile tool for creating a cohesive visual identity for a product or brand.

Things to try

One interesting aspect of ad-inpaint is its ability to take an input image and generate a new image based on the provided prompt. This can be useful for tasks like removing distractions or logo/text overlays from product images, or for creating completely new images that match a specific style or aesthetic. Additionally, experimenting with different prompts and negative prompts can lead to unexpected and creative results.



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