AI image generators are all the rage these days, but most of them are limited to creating images at low resolutions, or the hardware runs out of video memory. There’s now (at least) one fix for this: a modified version of Stable Diffusion called “txt2imghd.”
The new txt2imghd project is based on the “GOBIG” mode from another off-shoot of Stable Diffusion, which in turn is the model used to create most of the AI art you’ve probably seen lately. Images created with txt2imghd can be larger than the ones created with most other generators — the demo images are 1536×1536, while Stable Diffusion is usually limited to 1024×768, and the default for Midjourney is 512×512 (with optional upscaling to 1664 x 1664).
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