Get ready to be amazed by Dress Up Magic: effortlessly swap clothes with ControlNet in Automatic1111. It’s easy, seamless, and oh-so-magical!

With ControlNet in Automatic1111, changing characters’ clothing is like a magical wardrobe swap. Just a precise prompt can work wonders, so be specific about what you want. Enable multi-control net models for even more options. It’s like dressing up with AI! 🧙👗🎩 #AI #MagicWardrobe


In my previous video, you learned how to change backgrounds with precision, and in this video, we are going to learn how to change characters’ clothing style by using in paint inside the control net. If you have clicked on this video due to the YouTube algorithm, welcome to the world of AI. The software I’m using is Automatic1111, and if you are interested in using stable diffusion for free and with much more freedom, I will leave the link in the description.

Getting Started

To proceed with the tutorial, you need to have the control net extension. If you don’t know how to install an extension, I will leave the link to install the control net extension in the description below. So let’s get started. The first step is to select an image. I have already selected my image; I have created this image with the absolute reality model. You can use any image you want.

Key Takeaways

Here are some key takeaways from this tutorial:

Use Pixel Perfect and low VM option for better results.
Be specific in your prompts for more accurate in painting.
Enable multi control net models for more options.

In-Painting Example

Now, enable the control net and check the Pixel Perfect and low VM options. You can select your model as the input model from the drop-down list or simply click on the in paint button. It will automatically select the model for you. Now, you will in paint on the clothes of the character you want to change.

Real Photo Examples

Let’s explore some real photo examples and see how effective it is in those situations. As you can see, the stable diffusion did a pretty good job of in painting and it also took care of the skin color as well.

Using Multiple Models

Before moving to our next example, you need to enable multi control net models. You can enable up to 10 models here. Let’s look at the example now, where I’ve only used the in paint model. To use two models simultaneously, all you have to do is enable the second model inside your control net tab and select the second model as control net Kenny. Now just click on the generate button.


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