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Video 2 video using Stable Diffusion guide - Part 3 (by ThinkDiffusion)

Video 2 video using Stable Diffusion guide - Part 3 (by ThinkDiffusion)

Workflow 3: Temporal-Kit and Ebsynth

We will now move onto the final workflow for Temporal Kit and Ebsynth for video-to-video conversion. The technique involves selecting keyframes from a video and applying image-to-image stylization to create references for painting adjacent frames. This approach builds upon the pioneering work of EbSynth, a computer program designed for painting videos, and leverages the capabilities of Stable Diffusion's img2img module to enhance the results.

However, it is important to note that applying image-to-image stylization individually to each frame may yield poor results due to a lack of coherence between the generated images. To overcome this limitation, we will employ a clever trick: transforming ALL keyframes simultaneously by stitching them together into a single, large sheet.

Install Temporal-Kit ( skip step ↓ if using ThinkDiffusion)

If you're using ThinkDiffusion we've preinstalled Temporal-Kit for you - just skip ↓ down to Start Using Temporal Kit.

If you're on your local machine, you'll will need to add the Temporal-Kit extension from the following url:- https://github.com/CiaraStrawberry/TemporalKit

  • Go into the extensions tab and paste the above url into the Install from URL tab within the extensions tab and click install

  • Go into the Installed tab within the Extensions tab and click Apply and restart UI

  • You should now see the Temporal-Kit tab

  • Please note that if the Temporal-Kit tab does not show up, then I'd suggest you close down your instance of Stable Diffusion and re-launch the webui-user.bat file

Install FFmpeg ( skip step ↓ if using ThinkDiffusion)

To use FFmpeg with Temporal Kit locally, you need to install it and add it to the system's PATH.

If you're using ThinkDiffusion we've preinstalled it for you - just skip ↓ down to the next step.

Follow the steps below for a windows install:

  • Visit the FFmpeg download page https://ffmpeg.org/download.html and download the program suitable for your platform.

  • After downloading, you should have a zip file. Extract its contents to reveal the "ffmpeg" or "ffmpeg.exe" file. This is the FFmpeg program you need.

  • To allow Temporal Kit to access FFmpeg from anywhere, it must be added to the PATH.

  • Press the Windows key and type "environment". Select the option that says "Edit environment variables for your account".

  • In the Environment Variables window that opens, locate the "Path" variable under the "User variables" section and click "Edit".

  • Click "New" and add the following entry: "%USERPROFILE%\bin". This will create a new folder called "bin" in your home directory.

  • Save the changes by clicking "OK" in each window.

  • Open File Explorer and type "%USERPROFILE%" in the address bar. Press Enter to navigate to your home folder.

  • Create a new folder called "bin".

  • Move the "ffmpeg.exe" file into this newly created "bin" folder.

  • Congratulations! FFmpeg is now installed and accessible via the system's PATH. To test, open a command prompt by pressing the Windows key, typing "cmd", and pressing Enter.

  • In the command prompt, type "ffmpeg" and press Enter. If everything is set up correctly, you should see FFmpeg's help page displayed.

Start using Temporal Kit

With FFmpeg installed ( or if using Think Diffusion which is pre-installed ) you can start experimenting!

  • (1) Now go to the Temporal-Kit tab and follow along to these steps:

  • (2) Upload your input video (Please note that at the time of writing .mov files are not supported within temporal-kit so it is recommended to use a .mp4 file)

  • (3) Set the sides to 4, which will generate a 4x4 grid

  • (4) Set our resolution to 2048

  • (5) Set the frames per keyframe to 4

  • (6) Set the frames per second (fps) to 30

  • (7) Select the EBSynth Mode checkbox ✅

  • Set our target folder to where you want the keyframes to be outputted to. I have used C:\temporalkit\video but this can be any valid path that Stable Diffusion recognizes.

  • Click run to generate our 4x4 keyframes.

  • We should now see our 4x4 keyframes as shown below.

  • Click save settings and click the send to Img2Img button.

Your 4x4 images should now be shown.

  • (1) Select revAnimated_v122 as the stable diffusion checkpoint model

  • (2) Positive Prompts: photorealistic, (photo of Sci fi cute girl wearing headphones:1.2), pink hair, pink background, Professional gouache painting of beautiful young (realistic) anime girl, beautiful portrait by Artgerm, Ross Tran, Loish and James Jean, trending on ArtStation, trending on Pixiv

  • (3) Negative Prompts: Watermark, Text, censored, deformed, bad anatomy, disfigured

  • (4) Go into the Batch tab

  • (5) Set your input directory, I have used C:\temporalkit\video\input

  • (6) Set your output directory, I have used C:\temporalkit\video\output

  • (1) Set the resize mode to Just Resize

  • (2) the sampling steps to 25

  • (3) the sampling method to DPM++ 2M Karras

  • (4) Set the width and height accordingly to your video

  • (5) CFG scale of 7

  • (6) and the denoising strength to 0.55

  • (1) Drop down the control net option

  • (2) and click enable to ensure the ControlNet is activated.

  • (3) Select the Pixel Perfect checkbox ✅

  • (4) Set the Control Type to Tile

  • (5) the Preprocessor to tile_resample

  • (6) and the control net model to control_v11f1e_sd15_tile

  • (7) Set the control mode to Balanced

  • (8) and the Resize mode to Just Resize

  • Now click generate

  • We should now see our image in our output folder

  • (1) Now, within the TemporalKit tab

  • (2) head over to the Ebsynth-Process tab

  • (3) and set the input folder to C:\temporalkit\video

  • (4) Set the FPS to 30

  • (5) per side to 4

  • (6) output resolution of 1024

  • (7) a batch size of 4

  • (8) max frames to 80

  • (9) and border frames to 0

  • (10) Click prepare ebsynth

  • After clicking prepare ebsynth and we should see our keys folder and frames folder populated with our images

  • We now need to upload our images to Ebsynth, which is an external programme that can be downloaded from the follwing link: https://ebsynth.com/

  • Once installed, open Ebsynth and drag the images from your keys folder to the keyframes text box within Ebsynth

  • Drag the images from your frames folder to the video text box

  • Click Run All

  • Once it has finished processing, within the Temporal-Kit tab, simply click recombine ebsynth to generate the finished video!

  • Here is our final result! (check the original article)

If you’re having issues with installation or slow hardware, you can try any of these workflows on a more powerful GPU in your browser with ThinkDiffusion.

You can find the original article here: https://learn.thinkdiffusion.com/video-2-video-using-stable-diffusion/

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