Quote from: Erog on Today at 11:51:08 AMHate to say it guys its not that hard to make a limited change. In fact there are many ways to go about it from the simple of using the same seed and adding a prompt or weighting that prompt more.
To inpainting which gives you a crazy amount of control and allows you to keep what you want and change what you don't. or have generation happen with a previous image, a stick figure for the pose, or even just a sketch for the seed image.
And many other ways.
It inpainting would be possible in a movie but you would have to do some more work. (effectively rotoscoping, but with the added benefit that you can also generate your own mask/depth map automatically)
Crazily the technology to make the video is not far from what you wanted. ie using the previous frame as a basis. and the problem they surmounted was the jumpiness that happened when you did not.
there is even the ability to have two separate prompts being used simultaneously directing different parts of the scene and then unified.
All cool stuff. and just a FYI.
Quote from: daniel1948 on February 24, 2024, 06:27:05 PMQuote from: arthwollipot on February 24, 2024, 06:22:22 PMQuote from: daniel1948 on February 24, 2024, 05:03:50 PMThe fact that you just dump all the food into one container and nuke it suggests to me that you're not particular about food preparation. You just want it to be easy to make, and easy to clean up afterwards.
To be clear, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. For some people, food preparation is a pleasure, a pastime to be indulged and enjoyed whenever possible. For others, it's an annoying delay to the necessary function of getting nutritional calories in one's gullet. It's okay either way.
Personally, I'm a little bit of both.
Exactly. I was talking about what's meant by a "foodie."