Today we want to tell you about a breakthrough that is revolutionizing the way we create video content: Zeroscope v2 XL. This incredible tool not only generates and enhances high quality videos, but also creates them from text. Yes, you read that right, text transformed into video! Let's see how this is redefining the boundaries of creativity and bringing us closer to a future where even movies could be generated this way.
Zeroscope v2 XL is an amazing Modelscope-based tool capable of generating high-resolution (1024 x 576) watermark-free videos from simple text. Trained with over 9,923 clips and almost 30,000 tagged frames at 24 frames per second, Zeroscope v2 XL uses the 1111 text2video extension to transform your written ideas into stunning visualizations.
Imagine having an idea for a movie scene and being able to see it come to life in real time. You can start exploring your ideas at lower resolutions (576x320 or even 448x256) and then, with the power of Zeroscope v2 XL, enhance your video to a higher resolution.
Although we are still in the early stages, the possibilities opened up by Zeroscope v2 XL are truly exciting. Today, the model can generate short videos from text, but who's to say that in the future we won't be able to generate entire movies this way? The consistency and length of the generated videos are areas that are constantly being worked on and improved.
To get the most out of Zeroscope v2 XL, we recommend using the 1111 text2video extension. This plug-in works best at a resolution of 1024x576 with a noise reduction strength between 0.66 and 0.85. When rendering 30 frames at this resolution, Zeroscope v2 XL will use 15.3 GB of VRAM memory, so make sure you have enough space available.
Zeroscope v2 XL is a big step forward in the field of video creation. Although it still has some challenges to overcome, such as improving the consistency and length of the generated videos, the potential is immense. It brings us closer to a future where we could turn any idea into a movie just by writing it down.
Special thanks to camenduru, kabachuha, ExponentialML, dotsimulate, VANYA, polyware, tin2tin for their contribution to this fascinating project - let's keep pushing the boundaries of creativity and exploring the possibilities of the future of cinema!
Attached article: Example videos I have created with this model(they are very very short), and link to the model in Replicate and HuggingFace,
PS. I put the tag "nodejs" to the article because it can be used from nodejs with the Replicate library, as explained in the attached article.