xmem-propainter-inpainting

Maintainer: jd7h

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1

Last updated 5/19/2024
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Model overview

The xmem-propainter-inpainting model is a generative AI pipeline that combines two models - XMem, a model for video object segmentation, and ProPainter, a model for video inpainting. This pipeline allows for easy video inpainting by using XMem to generate a video mask from a source video and an annotated first frame, and then using ProPainter to fill the masked areas with inpainting. The model is similar to other inpainting models like GFPGAN, Stable Diffusion Inpainting, LaMa, SDXL Outpainting, and SDXL Inpainting, which all aim to fill in or remove elements from images and videos.

Model inputs and outputs

The xmem-propainter-inpainting model takes a source video and a segmentation mask for the first frame of that video as inputs. The mask should outline the object(s) that you want to remove or inpaint. The model then generates a video mask using XMem and uses that mask for inpainting with ProPainter, resulting in an output video with the masked areas filled in.

Inputs

  • Video: The source video for object segmentation.
  • Mask: A segmentation mask for the first frame of the video, outlining the object(s) to be inpainted.
  • Mask Dilation: An optional parameter to add an extra border around the mask in pixels.
  • Fp16: A boolean flag to use half-precision (fp16) processing for faster results.
  • Return Intermediate Outputs: A boolean flag to return the intermediate processing results.

Outputs

  • An array of URIs pointing to the output video(s) with the inpainted areas.

Capabilities

The xmem-propainter-inpainting model can perform video inpainting by leveraging the capabilities of the XMem and ProPainter models. XMem is able to generate a video mask from a source video and an annotated first frame, and ProPainter can then use that mask to fill in the masked areas with inpainting. This allows for easy video editing and object removal, making it useful for tasks like removing unwanted elements from videos, fixing damaged or occluded areas, or creating special effects.

What can I use it for?

The xmem-propainter-inpainting model can be useful for a variety of video editing and post-production tasks. For example, you could use it to remove unwanted objects or people from a video, fix damaged or occluded areas, or create special effects like object removal or replacement. The model's ability to work with video data makes it well-suited for tasks like video cleanup, VFX, and content creation. Potential use cases include film and TV production, social media content creation, and video tutorials or presentations.

Things to try

One interesting thing to try with the xmem-propainter-inpainting model is using it to remove dynamic objects from a video, such as moving people or animals. By annotating the first frame to mask these objects, the model can then generate a video mask that tracks their movement and inpaint the areas they occupied. This could be useful for creating clean background plates or isolating specific elements in a video. You can also experiment with different mask dilation and fp16 settings to find the optimal balance of quality and processing speed for your needs.



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