Recently, at the Max conference in Los Angeles, Adobe spotlighted an intriguing collection of AI-based advancements. Among the releases was an AI framework crafted to enhance scalable graphics, which is helpful in creating adaptable designs and graphics.
Additionally, Adobe unveiled another pioneering AI tool, ‘Project Res-Up’, which can bolster the quality of low-resolution videos and GIFS. By leveraging “diffusion-based upsampling technology”, the resolution, sharpness, and clarity of videos and GIFs can be amplified.
To illustrate this innovation, Adobe screened a clip for the cherished 1947 film ‘The Red House’ at 480 x 360 resolution. After utilizing the Project Res-Up enhancement tool, the footage was upgraded to a resolution of 1280 x 960, presenting an impressive 675% increase in pixel count.
During the live demonstration, it was noted that the tool gives off a “slightly unnatural look”, but is an “impressive leap” when compared to upscaling technology like Nvidia’s TV Shield and Microsoft’s Video Super Resolution.
Other Notable Adobe Innovations
The Max conference also highlighted Adobe’s innovations in its Firefly ecosystem. Tailored for Adobe Illustrator, the Firefly Vector Model grants users the ability to design and tweak line-centric creations.
On top of that, the software giant revealed revolutionary plans to transform textual inputs into digital masterpieces, like event posters, through one of its forthcoming project’s called ‘Firefly Design Model’.
As the technology realm continuously evolves, Adobe’s recently presented offerings present a promising trajectory for the future of digital design and media enhancement alongside AI enhancements.