controlnet-deliberate

Maintainer: philz1337x

Total Score

758

Last updated 5/17/2024
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Model overview

controlnet-deliberate is a model that allows you to modify images using canny edge detection and the Deliberate model. It is maintained by philz1337x. Similar models include controlnet-hough, which uses M-LSD line detection, controlnet-v1-1-multi, which combines clip interrogator with controlnet sdxl for canny and controlnet v1.1 for other features, and controlnet-scribble, which generates detailed images from scribbled drawings.

Model inputs and outputs

controlnet-deliberate takes in an input image, a prompt, and various parameters to control the image generation process. It then outputs one or more images modified based on the provided inputs.

Inputs

  • Image: The input image to be modified
  • Prompt: The text prompt to guide the image generation
  • Seed: The seed for the random number generator
  • Scale: The scale for classifier-free guidance
  • Weight: The weight of the ControlNet
  • Additional Prompt: Additional text to be appended to the prompt
  • Negative Prompt: Prompt to avoid certain undesirable image features
  • Denoising Steps: The number of denoising steps to perform
  • Number of Samples: The number of output images to generate
  • Canny Edge Detection Thresholds: The low and high thresholds for Canny edge detection
  • Detection Resolution: The resolution at which the detection method will be applied

Outputs

  • One or more modified images based on the provided inputs

Capabilities

controlnet-deliberate allows you to generate images by combining an input image with a text prompt, while preserving the structure of the original image using canny edge detection and the Deliberate model. This can be useful for tasks like image editing, photo manipulation, or creating visualizations.

What can I use it for?

You can use controlnet-deliberate for a variety of image-related tasks, such as:

  • Modifying existing images to match a specific prompt
  • Creating unique and interesting visual art
  • Generating images for use in presentations, publications, or other media
  • Experimenting with different image generation techniques

Things to try

Some ideas for things to try with controlnet-deliberate include:

  • Exploring the effects of different canny edge detection thresholds on the output images
  • Combining the model with other image processing techniques, such as image segmentation or depth estimation
  • Using the model to generate images for a specific theme or style
  • Experimenting with different prompts to see how they affect the generated images


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