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How to Generate Text to Image in Firefly at a Desired Resolution?

New Here ,
Jul 06, 2024 Jul 06, 2024

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Hello Adobe Community,

I'm currently exploring Adobe Firefly and I’m interested in generating text-to-image outputs at a specific resolution. Could anyone guide me on how to set or adjust the resolution for the images generated using Firefly? Any tips or detailed steps would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

 

reference image I have attached what maximum I could get.

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Community Expert , Jul 06, 2024 Jul 06, 2024

Hello @shahwaqas,

 

Thanks for posting this question.

 

Currently, the maximum resolution is 2000x2000. You can take an image at that resolution into generative fill and expand it, but each expansion is limited to an additional 2000x2000. If the fill area is larger, the generation is scaled.

 

Adobe has said they plan to offer higher resolution generations which would likely cost more than one generative credit, but they have not said when that might be available.  Please see:

The credit consump

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Jul 06, 2024 Jul 06, 2024

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in the future, to find the best place to post your message, use the list here, https://community.adobe.com/

p.s. i don't think the adobe website, and forums in particular, are easy to navigate, so don't spend a lot of time searching that forum list. do your best and we'll move the post (like this one has already been moved) if it helps you get responses.



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Hello @shahwaqas,

 

Thanks for posting this question.

 

Currently, the maximum resolution is 2000x2000. You can take an image at that resolution into generative fill and expand it, but each expansion is limited to an additional 2000x2000. If the fill area is larger, the generation is scaled.

 

Adobe has said they plan to offer higher resolution generations which would likely cost more than one generative credit, but they have not said when that might be available.  Please see:

The credit consumption rates are for standard images of up to 2000 x 2000 pixels. […] We plan to offer higher-resolution images, animation, video, and 3D generative AI features in the future. The number of generative credits consumed for those features may be greater.

Source: Create in new ways with generative AI powered by Adobe Firefly 

 

I hope this helps.


My best,

    droopy

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Jul 07, 2024 Jul 07, 2024

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Thank you Droopy. still, when we download the image, the size remains in KBs not able to be used in printing and results are worse in text to image.

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Jul 12, 2024 Jul 12, 2024

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Try the beta, there is an enhance feature to add more detail, but for now, keeping to the 2000x2000 pixle workspace or as a selection for each addition or expansion does give pretty high details if your wording is well crafted (for me at least)
I made a few 6000x4000 test images just by selectively working and adding as you go... not that hard to work out how to get the best of whats currently available

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