Compositing Settings

Modified on Thu, 21 Sep 2023 at 10:24 AM

The Compositing Settings are used to join an inpainted or outpainted section of image with the original image. This ensures that newly generated parts of the image integrate seamlessly with previously existing parts of the image.

Coherence Pass

The Coherence Pass settings determine how the joining of the new section will occur. This is similar to the image generation process, but on a more specific area.


What part of the image will have the the Compositing applied to it.

  • Mask edge will apply Compositing to the edge of the masked area
  • Mask will apply Compositing to the entire masked area
  • Unmasked will apply Compositing to the entire image


  • Number of generation steps that will occur during the Coherence Pass, similar to Denoising Steps. Higher step counts will generally have better results.


  • How much noise is added for the Coherence Pass, similar to Denoising Strength. A strength of 0 will result in an unchanged image, while a strength of 1 will result in an image with a completely new area as defined by the Mode setting.

Mask Adjustments

The Mask Adjustments settings allow for adjustments to the mask during inpainting and the Coherence Pass.


Adjusts the pixel radius of the the mask. A larger blur radius will cause the mask to extend past the visibly masked area, while too small of a blur radius will result in a mask that is smaller than the visibly masked area.

Blur Method

The method of blur applied to the masked area. 

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