pyglide

Maintainer: afiaka87

Total Score

18

Last updated 6/21/2024
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Model overview

pyglide is a text-to-image generation model that is the predecessor to the popular DALL-E 2 model. It is based on the GLIDE (Generative Latent Diffusion) model, but with faster Pseudo-Resnext (PRK) and Pseudo-Linear Multistep (PLMS) sampling. The model was developed by afiaka87, who has also created other AI models like stable-diffusion, stable-diffusion-speed-lab, and open-dalle-1.1-lora.

Model inputs and outputs

pyglide takes in a text prompt and generates a corresponding image. The model supports various input parameters such as seed, side dimensions, batch size, guidance scale, and more. The output is an array of image URLs, with each URL representing a generated image.

Inputs

  • Prompt: The text prompt to use for image generation
  • Seed: A seed value for reproducibility
  • Side X: The width of the image (must be a multiple of 8)
  • Side Y: The height of the image (must be a multiple of 8)
  • Batch Size: The number of images to generate (between 1 and 8)
  • Upsample Temperature: The temperature to use for the upsampling stage
  • Guidance Scale: The classifier-free guidance scale (between 4 and 16)
  • Upsample Stage: Whether to use both the base and upsample models
  • Timestep Respacing: The number of timesteps to use for base model sampling
  • SR Timestep Respacing: The number of timesteps to use for upsample model sampling

Outputs

  • Array of Image URLs: The generated images as a list of URLs

Capabilities

pyglide is capable of generating photorealistic images from text prompts. Like other text-to-image models, it can create a wide variety of images, from realistic scenes to abstract concepts. The model's fast sampling capabilities and the ability to use both the base and upsample models make it a powerful tool for quick image generation.

What can I use it for?

You can use pyglide for a variety of applications, such as creating illustrations, generating product images, designing book covers, or even producing concept art for games and movies. The model's speed and flexibility make it a valuable tool for creative professionals and hobbyists alike.

Things to try

One interesting thing to try with pyglide is experimenting with the guidance scale parameter. Adjusting the guidance scale can significantly affect the generated images, allowing you to move between more photorealistic and more abstract or stylized outputs. You can also try using the upsample stage to see the difference in quality and detail between the base and upsampled models.



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