Supported Models

Modified on Wed, 31 Jan 2024 at 09:50 AM

Many different model types exists in the generative space. Invoke support many of the most popular and effective types out of the box. 


Base Models

Invoke supports the state of the art base models, and will continue to expand support as new models are released. Invoke includes a set popular and effective models default, while Premier and Enterprise plan users have the option to add additional models for use with Invoke.


Currently supported base model types are:

  • Stable Diffusion XL (SDXL)
  • Stable Diffusion 1.5 (SD1.5)


 If you're unfamiliar with models, learn more here.


LoRAs

InvokeAI supports the use of LoRAs and LyCORIS for all supported base models (SD1.5, SDXL). Invoke provides commonly used LoRAs by default, with Premier and Enterprise plan accounts able to add new LoRAs to be used with Invoke.


If you're unfamiliar with LoRAs, learn more here.


ControlNet 

Invoke support ControlNets for both SD1.5 and SDXL, with a greater number of ControlNet models currently available for SD1.5. Learn more about ControlNet here.




SDXL SD1.5
Canny
Depth
OpenPose
Soft Edge
IP2P
Lineart
Lineart Anime
MLSD
Normal Bae
Scribble
Seg
Shuffle
Tile



Text to Image Adapter (T2I-Adapter) 

Invoke support T2I-Adapter models for both SD1.5 and SDXL. Learn more about T2I-Adapter here.



SDXL SD1.5
Canny
Color


Depth (Midas)

Depth (Zoe)


Pose
Sketch



Image Prompt Adapter (IP-Adapter)

Invoke support IP-Adapter models for both SD1.5 and SDXL. Learn more about IP-Adapter here.



SDXL SD1.5
IP-Adapter
IP-Adapter Plus


IP-Adapter Plus Face


IP-Adapter Light



Adding Models and LoRAs

If you are  interested adding new models or LoRAs to use with Invoke, you can learn more here.





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