Cost per second for a slow inference

$ 0.001000

The speed depends on the GPU on which the model is run.

To get faster inferences please contact our sales team.

Cost per second for a fast inference

$ 0.001500

For enterprise pricing and custom weights or models

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Epic Realism


Stable Diffusion Epic Realism AI model is a latent diffusion model that can be used to generate images from text prompts. It is a powerful tool for AI developers who want to experiment with creative text-to-image generation, especially for generating photorealistic images.

The model is trained on a massive dataset of images and text, and it is specifically designed to generate images with a high degree of realism. To use the model, you first need to provide a text prompt. The text prompt can be anything you want, such as a description of an image, a concept, or even just a few words.

Here are some tips for using Stable Diffusion Edge of Realism:

  1. Go to the Segmind website:
  2. Click on the "Models" tab and select "Epic Realism".
  3. Click on the "Try it out" button and upload an image that you want to use as a starting point.
  4. Click on the "Generate" button to generate image.
  5. Use clear and concise text prompts. The more specific your text prompt is, the more likely the model is to generate an image that matches your expectations.
  6. Experiment with different styles. Stable Diffusion Epic Realism AI model can generate images in a variety of styles. Try different text prompts to see how the model generates different styles of images.
  7. Adjust the number of diffusion steps. The number of diffusion steps controls the level of detail in the image. More diffusion steps will result in a more detailed image, but it will also take longer to generate the image.

If you are interested in experimenting with the tool, contact us for customized solutions, large-scale deployment, and research support.

Applications/Use Cases

  1. Generating concept art for movies and video games.
  2. Creating marketing materials, such as product images and social media graphics.
  3. Designing user interfaces (UIs) for websites and apps.