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Maximum Resolution of Generative Fill

New Here ,
Jun 07, 2023 Jun 07, 2023

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Photoshop Beta version 24.6.0

Windows 10 Pro

 

Hi,

 

Generative Fill works nicely in the latest Adobe Photshop Beta, however I'm struggling with high resuluton images.

 

To be concrete, I loaded an image with 300k x ~120k pixel and tried the Generative Fill at an area about 80k x 30k Pixel. It worked fine and gave me a resonable result (not as nice as with a scaled down version of the image) but the added part of the image was very unsharp. One could clearly see that it was only rendered correctly at 6% of the resolution. When zooming in, it got blurry very quickly.

 

Can you quantify the maximum resulution of the Gernative Fill and provide a way on how to add this to huge images?

 

(also as an addon, how can you workaround the resoulutin limit of 300k x 300k pixels? the actual file specification does not limit its size)

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New Here , Jun 12, 2023 Jun 12, 2023

It looks like it's currently 1024 x 1024
This helped solve the problem for me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGJ0KjT4Xds

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Jun 12, 2023 Jun 12, 2023

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It looks like it's currently 1024 x 1024
This helped solve the problem for me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGJ0KjT4Xds

The new Generative Fill in the Photoshop Beta is incredible. But unfortunately, it outputs images that are 1024px on the longer side. Then it stretches them out over larger areas which can cause pixelation. In this video, you will learn how to keep your generated images as sharp as possible! Like

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Jun 12, 2023 Jun 12, 2023

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The computational time for Adobe's servers is likely to depend on pixel count. I can't imagine they will choose to fund 36000 times the computational cost of a normal 1K image to fit your needs... you probably need to set up your own AI image farm to do that sort of thing.

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