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AI-generated content yields blurry results

Explorer ,
Nov 30, 2023 Nov 30, 2023

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Good morning, I'm trying to understand if I need to set up Photoshop in a specific way or if the generative fill function simply doesn't produce high-quality images

 

I'm attaching an example of generative retouching, and as you can see, the point where the image was generated with artificial intelligence is very clear. I'm seeking clarification on this function.

 

Photohop 25.2.0

Macbook Pro 

Mac OS Ventura 13.6.1

 

 

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I've been using this feature a lot lately. It's wonderful in what it can do, but it has one big limitation: the fill it can provide is limited to 1024x1024 pixels. So if the area you are trying to fill exceeds those dimensions by a considerable amount, those 1024 pixels are being spread across a much larger area of a photo that normally requires more pixels over that space for preserving adequate resolution, thereby degrading resolution. It's best to select small areas for generative fill, even if you need to do more of them as a result, but the outcomes should be better resolved.

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