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Guide to Resolution and High-Res

How to choose the proper resolution and how to use High-Res in getimg.ai's Text to Image tool

This short guide covers the following topics:

  • Options available in the Resolution section of our Text to Image tool, and how to use them

  • The High-Res option, how it works, and how to use it

Resolution section

In this section, you will see two tabs: Simple and Advanced. Simple lets you choose the aspect ratio, and Advanced enables you to pick the precise resolution of your image. The ratio or resolution you select will be applied to the image that will be generated.

There is a very important aspect regarding changing resolution or ratio. Most models were trained on images with resolutions of 512x512 pixels or 768x768 pixels, and they don't always know how to behave when we try to generate bigger or smaller images. Most often, it manifests through images having duplicate people or objects. So if you want to create bigger images and avoid these problems, we advise using the High-Res option.

High-Res

The High-Res option allows you to generate images with a resolution 2x higher than default settings and is meant to prevent all sorts of duplications.

Using the High-Res will also slightly improve the details of your image - you can spot that difference at the end of the video below or in comparison at the end of this article.

If you want to create an image with an even higher resolution, you can use an Upscale option. It recreates your original image with a 4x higher resolution. You can learn more about it in this guide and see its possibilities in the comparison below.

Comparison

Here is a comparison of the differences in images created using each feature mentioned earlier.

Default settings (512x512)
With High-Res (1024x1024)
Generated with default settings, then Upscaled (2048x2048)
Generated with High-Res, then Upscaled (4096x4096)

Below you can view a zoomed-in version of the generated images. This will enable you to better examine any differences in quality.

Default settings (512x512)
With High-Res (1024x1024)
Generated with default settings, then Upscaled (2048x2048)
Generated with High-Res, then Upscaled (4096x4096)

We hope this guide helped you better understand Resolution and High-Res so that you can use these functions to your advantage while creating whatever comes to your mind.