animate-diff

Maintainer: zsxkib

Total Score

37

Last updated 5/21/2024
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Model overview

animate-diff is a plug-and-play module developed by Yuwei Guo, Ceyuan Yang, and others that can turn most community text-to-image diffusion models into animation generators, without the need for additional training. It was presented as a spotlight paper at ICLR 2024.

The model builds on previous work like Tune-a-Video and provides several versions that are compatible with Stable Diffusion V1.5 and Stable Diffusion XL. It can be used to animate personalized text-to-image models from the community, such as RealisticVision V5.1 and ToonYou Beta6.

Model inputs and outputs

animate-diff takes in a text prompt, a base text-to-image model, and various optional parameters to control the animation, such as the number of frames, resolution, camera motions, etc. It outputs an animated video that brings the prompt to life.

Inputs

  • Prompt: The text description of the desired scene or object to animate
  • Base model: A pre-trained text-to-image diffusion model, such as Stable Diffusion V1.5 or Stable Diffusion XL, potentially with a personalized LoRA model
  • Animation parameters:
    • Number of frames
    • Resolution
    • Guidance scale
    • Camera movements (pan, zoom, tilt, roll)

Outputs

  • Animated video in MP4 or GIF format, with the desired scene or object moving and evolving over time

Capabilities

animate-diff can take any text-to-image model and turn it into an animation generator, without the need for additional training. This allows users to animate their own personalized models, like those trained with DreamBooth, and explore a wide range of creative possibilities.

The model supports various camera movements, such as panning, zooming, tilting, and rolling, which can be controlled through MotionLoRA modules. This gives users fine-grained control over the animation and allows for more dynamic and engaging outputs.

What can I use it for?

animate-diff can be used for a variety of creative applications, such as:

  • Animating personalized text-to-image models to bring your ideas to life
  • Experimenting with different camera movements and visual styles
  • Generating animated content for social media, videos, or illustrations
  • Exploring the combination of text-to-image and text-to-video capabilities

The model's flexibility and ease of use make it a powerful tool for artists, designers, and content creators who want to add dynamic animation to their work.

Things to try

One interesting aspect of animate-diff is its ability to animate personalized text-to-image models without additional training. Try experimenting with your own DreamBooth models or models from the community, and see how the animation process can enhance and transform your creations.

Additionally, explore the different camera movement controls, such as panning, zooming, and rolling, to create more dynamic and cinematic animations. Combine these camera motions with different text prompts and base models to discover unique visual styles and storytelling possibilities.



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