Warpfusion Tutorial: Convert Video to AI Animation

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Stable Warpfusion Tutorial: Turn Your Video to an AI Animation’ by MDMZ

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How does it work?
Warp Fusion is AI software for creating stylized videos using specific settings, tutorials, and recommended models with various options, run either locally or online, emphasizing quality videos for best results, with resulting frames saved in Google Drive and additional troubleshooting resources available, and an invitation to explore Skillshare offered.

Key Insights

  • The video showcases an AI software called Warp Fusion for creating stylized videos.
  • Warp Fusion requires a regular video as input, with settings tweaked to achieve the desired output.
  • The tutorial discusses key settings, tips, and tricks to achieve good results using Warp Fusion.
  • Warp Fusion is a paid product, still in beta, and the version used in the video is 0.14.
  • The software can be run locally with an NVIDIA GPU with at least 16GB of VRAM or through an online option.
  • The video emphasizes choosing a high-quality video with a sharp subject and clear separation from the background.
  • The AI model DreamShaper is recommended and can be downloaded along with other models.
  • The tutorial guides users step-by-step on how to set up the notebook, specify video details, and select prompts.
  • Various settings and options, such as upscaling, frame range, style strength, and CFG scale, can be modified.
  • The tutorial suggests experimenting with different settings to find the best results for specific input videos.
  • The run process involves executing the cells in the notebook, with certain cells taking several minutes to complete.
  • The resulting stylized frames are saved in Google Drive, and a video can be created from these frames.
  • The tutorial provides additional resources for troubleshooting and ways to further enhance videos using other tools like Luma AI.
  • Users are encouraged to share their creations on Instagram or the Discord community.
  • The video concludes with an invitation to explore Skillshare, a platform offering thousands of creative classes.

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The videos you’re looking at were all created with an AI software called Warp Fusion, and here is how it works. You give Warp Fusion a regular video, tweak some settings, tell it what you’re going for, and just like that, it spits out a stylized output.

Of course, it’s a bit more complex than that. That’s why in this tutorial, I will show you how to use Warp Fusion to stylize your own videos. I will share with you the key settings you need to change as well as some tips and tricks to get really good results.

And even though these videos look different, the main steps are pretty much the same. Before we dive in, I wanted to mention that Warp Fusion is a paid product, and I will leave a link below. And because it’s still in beta, some settings may change, and before deciding which version works best for you, make sure you carefully read the update logs. In this video, we will be using the 0.14 version, and I will leave a link to it down below.

When you get there, click on this attached file to download the notebook and navigate to Google Colab. To run Stable Warp Fusion, select File and choose Upload Notebook and then select the file that you just downloaded.

We’re gonna go over the settings in just a bit, but first, it’s important to note that you can run Warp Fusion locally with your own hardware. It’s a simpler option, and I’ve included a complete guide below. It’s recommended to have an NVIDIA GPU with at least 16GB of VRAM. You can check yours by opening the run command, open dxdiag, navigate to your display tab, and as you can see here I have 8GB, and I know that this is not enough because I tried and keep getting out of memory errors, and that’s why I think it’s better for me to go with the online method instead.

Let’s save the document to our Google Drive; we can create a copy and give it a new name, then just click here and select Connect to a Hosted Runtime. And by the way, if you’re willing to put a little more money into this online option instead of upgrading your computer, you might want to consider getting a Pro Membership; that way, you’ll have access to more resources.

To transform a video, click here to upload it. Keep in mind that the quality of your outputs will depend heavily on the video you choose. Make sure the main subject is sharp and is clearly separated from the background. I recommend that you avoid videos with high motion blur. On top of that, videos with movement, patterns, and textures will result in generating more interesting elements in your animation, so keep that in mind. Both vertical and landscape videos should work just fine as input. I found a pretty good stock video that I would like to use for this tutorial, and I will link it down below.

We will also use an AI model to determine the look and style of our outputs. A very helpful blog post on StableCog can teach you more about the best diffusion models, so be sure to check it out. For this project, I will use a model called DreamShaper, which you can download through the link below. I have already created a folder on my Google Drive, which I called AI Models, where I have uploaded DreamShaper along with some of my other favorite models. You can follow the same steps, and later I will show you how to load a model into WarpFusion.

Now, let’s continue setting up the notebook. Under settings, you can change the batch name, look for the animation dimensions just below, and make sure that the aspect ratio matches that of your original video. For example, my video was 1080×1920, but I will use 720×1280. It has the same ratio but a smaller resolution, which will greatly reduce the processing time.

Scroll down to video input settings. Here you need to specify where your video is located, so right-click on your original footage, select copy path, and then paste it inside the video input path input.

Right below that, you can change extract nth frame to 2 to make the AI process every other frame. This will create a jittery animation look, but it will also cut processing time in half. However, I want to keep my output smooth, so I will stick with 1.

For video masking, enable the extract background mask. This will allow you to choose whether to keep or remove the stylized look from the background later on.

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This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Stable Warpfusion Tutorial: Turn Your Video to an AI Animation’ by MDMZ