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« Reply #25 on: January 15, 2024, 04:23 »
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« Reply #26 on: January 15, 2024, 07:31 »
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Thank you for the linked video!

These should now be very small details that can lead to a rejection. From my point of view, extensive retouching makes no economic sense.
It's probably better from the start to focus on motifs that deliver a good result directly, which can be retouched with minimal effort.

For example, I imagine interiors to be also a very difficult subject.

« Reply #27 on: January 15, 2024, 07:39 »
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So, I re-uploaded the rejected AI photos using 2x upscale on Midjourney instead of using Gigapixel AI 4x upscale.  7 photos are accepted.  17 rejection.  Now I wonder the rejections were because of physical deformity of people images this time.  I'll try 4x upscale on Midjourney the next time.  But meanwhile, Gigapixel 4x upscaled photos are still accepted.
« Last Edit: January 15, 2024, 09:58 by blvdone »

« Reply #28 on: January 15, 2024, 10:09 »
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@ blvdone
Out of interest, do you use Topaz Gigapixel AI or Topaz Photo AI?

I felt like I got better results with the last one.
The files are also processed more slowly and the file size is larger at the end.

@all
Have anyone tested https://magnific.ai/?
Looks promising, but probably the example images are just cherry picked.
Also extremely expensive as subscription.

I'm probably will playing more around with Upscayl since I have seen you can import and own use models from github:
https://github.com/upscayl/upscayl/wiki/%F0%9F%96%A5%EF%B8%8F-Model-Conversion%E2%80%89%E2%80%93%E2%80%89Get-more-models!


« Reply #29 on: January 15, 2024, 10:57 »
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@ blvdone
Out of interest, do you use Topaz Gigapixel AI or Topaz Photo AI?

I felt like I got better results with the last one.
The files are also processed more slowly and the file size is larger at the end.

@all
Have anyone tested https://magnific.ai/?
Looks promising, but probably the example images are just cherry picked.
Also extremely expensive as subscription.

I'm probably will playing more around with Upscayl since I have seen you can import and own use models from github:
https://github.com/upscayl/upscayl/wiki/%F0%9F%96%A5%EF%B8%8F-Model-Conversion%E2%80%89%E2%80%93%E2%80%89Get-more-models!

Gigapixel

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« Reply #30 on: January 15, 2024, 11:38 »
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So I don't get it. The inspectors are worried about small details such as pixelation but they accept imagery with obvious major problems like extra hands, and clearly improperly created hands/fingers?
Or have they become much more strict all around?

« Reply #31 on: January 15, 2024, 11:49 »
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I wouldn't bet on it in the long term.
Nvidia is a heavyweight cooperation partner that brings a lot of technical and theoretical know-how in the software/hardware industry and model development of AI.
NVIDIA Picasso for example seems also to generate 3D models and has a web integration of user applications like photoshop, etc.
https://www.nvidia.com/de-de/gpu-cloud/picasso/

If they manage to generate the 3D objects photorealistically, I see even more potential here, because you can generate entire scenes in which you can adjust every detail as desired (think of product visualizations, for example, in which you can rotate the objects or move the light source as desired).

//Edit:
It is interesting to note that Cuebric has been developed with Nvidia for products for film production.
Looks extremely promising there.
https://cuebric.com/disguise

Interesting, thanks. One phrase though I find quite overused is how "everyone" seems to be saying their video/tool/item/etc is a "game-changer". Ugh, no it's not. It's annoying using that so much. But anyways, cool tool, thanks.

« Reply #32 on: January 15, 2024, 11:52 »
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So, I re-uploaded the rejected AI photos using 2x upscale on Midjourney instead of using Gigapixel AI 4x upscale.  7 photos are accepted.  17 rejection.  Now I wonder the rejections were because of physical deformity of people images this time.  I'll try 4x upscale on Midjourney the next time.  But meanwhile, Gigapixel 4x upscaled photos are still accepted.

Not properly cropping some of the images is actually part of the problem of people trying to "get rich quick"... so yes, I'd say in your case that was probably it. Seems they may have had a legitimate 'quality issue' rejection reason...

« Reply #33 on: January 15, 2024, 12:21 »
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I not just have a lot more rejections. Also the review time has extended a lot again. I wonder if it might also connected to the release of Midjourney6. That spiked definitley a lot more activity and of course also raised the quality bar.

Btw. I didn't no, that you can reupload rejected pictures. What is usually what you try to fix? Noise, Artifacts or whole parts of the images?

« Reply #34 on: January 15, 2024, 13:26 »
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So, I re-uploaded the rejected AI photos using 2x upscale on Midjourney instead of using Gigapixel AI 4x upscale.  7 photos are accepted.  17 rejection.  Now I wonder the rejections were because of physical deformity of people images this time.  I'll try 4x upscale on Midjourney the next time.  But meanwhile, Gigapixel 4x upscaled photos are still accepted.

Not properly cropping some of the images is actually part of the problem of people trying to "get rich quick"... so yes, I'd say in your case that was probably it. Seems they may have had a legitimate 'quality issue' rejection reason...

No, that's not the case at all.  lol.  There's no cropping involved here.  And if any contributor can "get rich quick", that's a good thing.  If you don't take advantage of AI images, you may risk yourself becoming "get poor quick" instead because AI image sales are eating up non-AI image sales for sure.  AI images are here to stay.  You either start earlier or later.  I only hope I started 6 months earlier than starting last September.
« Last Edit: January 15, 2024, 15:41 by blvdone »

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« Reply #35 on: January 15, 2024, 14:00 »
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Nvidia is a heavyweight cooperation partner that brings a lot of technical and theoretical know-how in the software/hardware industry and model development of AI.
NVIDIA Picasso for example seems also to generate 3D models and has a web integration of user applications like photoshop, etc.

English Version Link:  https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/gpu-cloud/picasso/


 

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