masactrl-sdxl

Maintainer: adirik

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643

Last updated 6/19/2024
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Model overview

masactrl-sdxl is an AI model developed by adirik that enables editing real or generated images in a consistent manner. It builds upon the Stable Diffusion XL (SDXL) model, expanding its capabilities for non-rigid image synthesis and editing. The model can perform prompt-based image synthesis and editing while maintaining the content of the source image. It integrates well with other controllable diffusion models like T2I-Adapter, allowing for stable and consistent results. masactrl-sdxl also generalizes to other Stable Diffusion-based models, such as Anything-V4.

Model inputs and outputs

The masactrl-sdxl model takes in a variety of inputs to generate or edit images, including text prompts, seed values, guidance scales, and other control parameters. The outputs are the generated or edited images, which are returned as image URIs.

Inputs

  • prompt1, prompt2, prompt3, prompt4: Text prompts that describe the desired image or edit.
  • seed: A random seed value to control the stochastic generation process.
  • guidance_scale: The scale for classifier-free guidance, which controls the balance between the text prompt and the model's learned prior.
  • masactrl_start_step: The step at which to start the mutual self-attention control process.
  • num_inference_steps: The number of denoising steps to perform during the generation process.
  • masactrl_start_layer: The layer at which to start the mutual self-attention control process.

Outputs

  • An array of image URIs representing the generated or edited images.

Capabilities

masactrl-sdxl enables consistent image synthesis and editing by combining the content from a source image with the layout synthesized from the text prompt and additional controls. This allows for non-rigid changes to the image while maintaining the original content. The model can also be integrated with other controllable diffusion pipelines, such as T2I-Adapter, to obtain stable and consistent results.

What can I use it for?

With masactrl-sdxl, you can perform a variety of image synthesis and editing tasks, such as:

  • Generating images based on text prompts while maintaining the content of a source image
  • Editing real images by changing the layout while preserving the original content
  • Integrating masactrl-sdxl with other controllable diffusion models like T2I-Adapter for more stable and consistent results
  • Experimenting with the model's capabilities on other Stable Diffusion-based models, such as Anything-V4

Things to try

One interesting aspect of masactrl-sdxl is its ability to enable video synthesis with dense consistent guidance, such as keypose and canny edge maps. By leveraging the model's consistent image editing capabilities, you could explore generating dynamic, coherent video sequences from a series of text prompts and additional control inputs.



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