masactrl-anything-v4-0

Maintainer: adirik

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1

Last updated 6/21/2024
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Model overview

masactrl-anything-v4-0 is an AI model developed by adirik that enables editing real or generated images. It combines the content from a source image with a layout synthesized from a text prompt and additional controls using a technique called "Mutual Self-Attention Control". This allows for consistent image synthesis and editing, where the layout changes while maintaining the content of the source image.

The model builds upon and integrates with other controllable diffusion models like T2I-Adapter and ControlNet to obtain stable synthesis and editing results. It also generalizes well to other Stable Diffusion-based models, such as Anything-V4.

Model inputs and outputs

Inputs

  • Source Image: An image to edit for the image editing mode.
  • Source Prompt: A prompt for the first image in the consistent image synthesis mode.
  • Target Prompt: A prompt for the second image in the consistent image synthesis mode, or a prompt for the target image in the image editing mode.
  • Guidance Scale: A scale for classifier-free guidance, which controls the balance between the source image and the target prompt.
  • Masactrl Start Step: The step at which to start the mutual self-attention control, which should be lower than the number of inference steps.
  • Num Inference Steps: The number of denoising steps to perform.
  • Masactrl Start Layer: The layer at which to start the mutual self-attention control.

Outputs

  • An array of generated image URIs.

Capabilities

masactrl-anything-v4-0 can perform consistent image synthesis and editing, where the layout of the image changes while maintaining the content of the source image. It can also be integrated with other controllable diffusion models to obtain stable synthesis and editing results. The model generalizes well to other Stable Diffusion-based models, such as Anything-V4.

What can I use it for?

You can use masactrl-anything-v4-0 for a variety of image editing and generation tasks, such as:

  • Changing the layout of an image while preserving the content
  • Generating consistent images based on text prompts
  • Integrating the model with other controllable diffusion models for more advanced image synthesis and editing

Things to try

Some ideas for things to try with masactrl-anything-v4-0 include:

  • Experiment with different combinations of source images and target prompts to see how the model handles various scenarios.
  • Try integrating the model with other controllable diffusion models, such as T2I-Adapter or ControlNet, to explore the possibilities for more advanced image synthesis and editing.
  • Explore the model's capabilities on different Stable Diffusion-based models, such as Anything-V4, to see how it performs in different contexts.


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