Edit/ Iteration

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This tool was created to make sure that you can use 100% of the outputs generated through our platform. It allows you to request small changes or edits on models you have already processed. This way you can get results as close as possible to what you want.
This feature is currently operated by our Quality Control team and it’s a manual step in our pipeline. Its goal is to gather raw feedback from customer usage and use it to improve our ML algorithms.

How it works

You open the model you want to edit either on the dashboard or on the asset library and click the expand option in the asset card. After, you’ll need to select the icon shown below:
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Then, please describe through text the modification you want, and press Confirm. You can even draw on the area you would like to be altered. We will edit your model and you will get an iteration of your original model returned in a couple of minutes.
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🗒️ Please note that the iteration can only be described using text and drawings on the image. You can not change the polycount and/or add images to your requests
After your iteration request is completed, all the older versions of the model will also be accessible. You can navigate through them using the arrows at the sides of the model.

Edit / Iteration guidelines:

When requesting an iteration please make sure to avoid the following:
❌ Vague requests (for example: "add more detail"), won't get dismissed but the detail might not be added where you wanted.
❌ Requesting imaginary objects
❌ Requesting different poses for already generated models
Examples of invalid edit descriptions:
  • Edit requesting imaginary objects:
    • Requesting details or objects not present in the original reference image.
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  • Edit requesting T pose/ different pose for generated models:
    • Requesting a change in the pose of a generated asset will be dismissed. If you want a figure or animal posed in a specific way please request the generation using image(s) with it posed.
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