r/StableDiffusion Sep 11 '22

A better (?) way of doing img2img by finding the noise which reconstructs the original image Img2Img

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u/MarvelsMidnightMoms Sep 11 '22

Automatic1111 has been so on the ball with updates to his fork these past 2 weeks+. Just today he added "Interrogate" in his img2img tab, which is img2prompt.

Yesterday, or the day before, he added prompt "presets" to save time on retyping your most commonly used terms.

Hlky's activity has died down quite a bit which is a bit unfortunate. His was the first webui fork that I tried.


u/sassydodo Sep 11 '22

yeah, I'd go with auto's version, but hlky has got all the fancy upscalers like GoBIG and also it doesn't crash as much as auto's. Tho Im still on auto's friday version, so it might have been fixed already.


u/halr9000 Sep 11 '22

Hlky is switching to atreamlit but seems features are still going into both branches. GoBig is sweet! I think auto added similar called sd-upscale but I haven't tried it yet.


u/AUTOMATIC1111 Sep 12 '22

I added sd upscale and afterwards hlky specifically copied my code of sd upscale code and added it as gobig


u/th3Raziel Sep 12 '22

I just want to say HLKY himself didn't do it, I did, I saw your implementation and used it (and txt2imghd) as the base for GoBig in the hlky fork, I'm not sure why is this so forbidden as large parts of the hlky fork is already copied code from your repo so I didn't even think twice about utilizing it.

I also added LDSR to the hlky fork which I modified from the original repo and created the image lab tab etc.

To be clear, I'd rather add stuff to your repo but I approached you on the SD discord and you said you'll likely not merge PRs that aren't made by you and that originally hlky PR'd a feature to your repo which you rejected which in turn prompted him to make his own fork.

It's too bad there's all this useless drama around the different UIs, it just creates a lot of confusion.


u/AUTOMATIC1111 Sep 12 '22

If I'm remembering correctly, I said that I won't accept big reworks unless we decide on them beforehand. I'm accepting a fair amount of code from different people.

The 'feature' I rejected was a change that would save all pictures in jpeg format for everyone.


u/StickiStickman Sep 12 '22

But why change the name then? Huh.


u/th3Raziel Sep 12 '22

I changed the name to GoBig as it's the original name for this approach.


u/AUTOMATIC1111 Sep 12 '22

To make it less obvious to user that he copied it.


u/halr9000 Sep 12 '22

Well, if true that's not cool. Should be relatively easy to prove by looking at commits. But the UIs are definitely diverging, so there's original work being done to some extent. Sorry if there's some bad behavior going on though.


u/Itsalwayssummerbitch Sep 12 '22

It's funny you mention the commits, they DO seem to tell a different story. The funniest of which is that the code Automatic111 used for the sdupscale was originally called "text2imagehd", and a port of someone else's work, which was called GoBig :)

https://github.com/jquesnelle/txt2imghd The link was literally in the Auto's code's comments.

Seriously though, ffs, this is open source, can we not just be decent humans and work together? I don't get all this drama, it's not Middle school 🙃


u/AUTOMATIC1111 Sep 12 '22

i credit the person who made txt2imghd both in comments and in the main readme in credits section for the idea.

I also did not take a single line of his code.

The decision to not work with me was on hlky, he was the one who forked my repo.

You're free to link the different story in commits because I do not see it.


u/Itsalwayssummerbitch Sep 12 '22

I'm not trying to say that anything you did was malicious, I'm more suggesting that you're attributing malice to normal human impatience. If hlky wanted to make a fork of an open source project, that's not exactly a bad thing per say since it gives them autonomy to mess around with features without screwing up your codebase.

The txt2imagehd part was more to show that there was no intention to mislead with GoBig, they just used a different source for the code than you did, that's all.

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u/StretchElectrical288 Oct 10 '22

any way to support your work?