Create AI DEFORUM Animations | Stable Diffusion Tutorial

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TLDR Provide step-by-step instructions on how to create AI animation videos using stable diffusion and the Forum extension, including settings and techniques for optimal results.

Key insights

  • 🎥
    If you want to create stunning AI animation videos, you can use the Stable Diffusion software and The Forum extension to generate beautiful visuals with dynamic camera movements.
  • 📐
    Increasing the steps in the animation can improve the animation quality, allowing for smoother and more detailed movements.
  • 📊
    The strength schedule setting is crucial for creating stable animations in AI DEFORUM, with a recommended starting strength of 0.65 and a change to 0.55 at frame 25.
  • 💡
    Scheduling different prompts at different times can create dynamic and evolving animations, allowing for more creativity and personalization.
  • 🎥
    The goal is to gradually transition from a person's own video to an AI animation, using the "use init" function to inform the AI about the first frame.
  • 🖼️
    Using stable diffusion AI can generate final output images, which can be found in the outputs folder of the directory.
  • 📽️
    Upscaling animations using AI software like topaz video AI can significantly improve the sharpness and detail of the final video.

Q&A

  • What is the main idea of the video?

    — The main idea of the video is to provide step-by-step instructions on how to create AI animation videos using stable diffusion and the Forum extension.

  • What do I need to install to create AI animation videos?

    — To create AI animation videos, you need to install stable diffusion and the Forum extension.

  • What is the specialized AI model called?

    — The specialized AI model used for creating AI animation videos is called rev animated.

  • Can I customize the settings for the AI animation videos?

    — Yes, you can change the settings manually or load a settings file to achieve the desired output for the AI animation videos.

  • What does the video cover?

    — The video covers step-by-step instructions, settings, and techniques for creating stunning AI animation videos using stable diffusion, the Forum extension, and the rev animated AI model.

Timestamped Summary

  • 📹
    00:00
    Learn to create AI animation videos using stable diffusion and the Forum extension, with step-by-step instructions and settings, including the specialized AI model rev animated.
  • 📐
    01:33
    Set the animation steps to improve quality, adjust dimensions, change animation mode to 3D, and choose the desired number of frames for the length of the animation.
  • 💡
    02:07
    Use the strength schedule setting for optimal results, starting at 0.65 and changing to 0.55 at frame 25, and replicate the camera movements and rotation by copying the exact settings in the motion tab, while adjusting the field of view to 120 for a wider perspective.
  • 💡
    02:48
    Adjust the schedule value to deal with noise and set the amount schedule to 0.05 in the anti-blur tab.
  • 💡
    03:08
    Different prompts can be scheduled at different times to create a personalized and creative animation with specific subjects and style.
  • 💡
    03:35
    Enable "use init" to inform the AI to start diffusing the first frame using your own image, extracted from a video using editing software like Premiere Pro.
  • 📹
    04:16
    Set up output settings, including frame rate and upscaling, then generate the AI animation which will be saved in the stable diffusion directory's outputs folder.
  • 📐
    04:50
    Use Forum animations, upscale them with topaz video AI, bring them into Premiere Pro, and export the final video using Adobe Media Encoder.
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