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Generative AI resolution with Photoshop 2024?

Community Beginner ,
Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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Now that PS 2024 is out, are we still limited with the 1024 resolution of the generative AI generated content? The news article speaks of "high-resolution" images and credits. Are they somehow limited? Can I purchase higher resolutions? First tests show resolution is still low and I haven't used it before. Where can I see my credits with the normal Photoshop/Photography subscription? It's a bit confusing honestly.

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Community Expert , Sep 24, 2023 Sep 24, 2023

It's possible (or not). This is only known by Adobe. Adobe doesn't announce any informations about features in the future. We have to wait and see what happens. Only one thing is certain: a higher resolution probably also costs more credits.

 

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Community Expert , Sep 26, 2023 Sep 26, 2023
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'what does "content credentials" mean'

See here: https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/creative-cloud/help/content-credentials.html

 

Dave

 


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Shudders:

 

"Over time, if a piece of content undergoes different stages of editing or processing, it can also accumulate multiple Content Credentials. "

 

It's like photoshop:DocumentAncestors all over again!

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Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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On a tangent, I found something really interesting in the 25.0 release notes:

 

"Photoshop will automatically append Content Credentials to images generated using Generative Fill and Generative Expand (...)

This will let you know if an image was created or edited in Photoshop using Firefly's Generative AI technology."

 

So if you think you can get away with, you can't 😉

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 17, 2023 Sep 17, 2023

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what does "content credentials" mean? is it some kind of meta-data or watermark?

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Sep 17, 2023 Sep 17, 2023

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'what does "content credentials" mean'

See here: https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/creative-cloud/help/content-credentials.html

 

Dave

 

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'what does "content credentials" mean'

See here: https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/creative-cloud/help/content-credentials.html

 

Dave

 


By @davescm

 

 

Shudders:

 

"Over time, if a piece of content undergoes different stages of editing or processing, it can also accumulate multiple Content Credentials. "

 

It's like photoshop:DocumentAncestors all over again!

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So if you think you can get away with, you can't 😉


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I'm guessing that one can at least strip the metadata, for what that is worth.

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I'm guessing that one can at least strip the metadata, for what that is worth.


By @Stephen_A_Marsh

 

Nope, you can't. That's the beauty of it. There's a code in the file that points to metadata stored in a separate database on a server (simplistically put). Any tampering will show.

 

I think this is a fantastic initiative, and the world hasn't fully realized yet how much it's needed. All major news outlets are on board with this, BBC, New York Times, all of them. Adobe is just a participant in this project.

 

If any one thing can make AI safe, this is it, because fraud and deep fakes become transparent.

 

And it puts a much-needed damper on the completely uncritical use of Generative Fill that we're seeing evidence of here in the forum.

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@D Fosse wrote:
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I'm guessing that one can at least strip the metadata, for what that is worth.


By @Stephen_A_Marsh

 

Nope, you can't. That's the beauty of it. There's a code in the file that points to metadata stored in a separate database on a server (simplistically put). Any tampering will show.

 

This was easy to break:

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-ecosystem-discussions/forced-content-credentials-on-my-art-...

 

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Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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The high resolution size limit is 2000x2000 you can go larger but the quality suffers.

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Sep 24, 2023 Sep 24, 2023

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can yo do more in the future

 

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Sep 24, 2023 Sep 24, 2023

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It's possible (or not). This is only known by Adobe. Adobe doesn't announce any informations about features in the future. We have to wait and see what happens. Only one thing is certain: a higher resolution probably also costs more credits.

 

My System: Intel i7-8700K - 64GB RAM - NVidia Geforce RTX 3060 - Windows 10 Pro 22H2 -- LR-Classic 13.4 - Photoshop 25.11 - Nik Collection 7 - PureRAW 4 - Topaz PhotoAI 3

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