SuperImage – Sharpen your low-resolution pictures with the power of AI upscaling
SuperImage is a neural network based image upscaling application for Android built with the MNN deep learning framework and Real-ESRGAN.
The input image is processed in tiles on the device GPU, using a pre-trained Real-ESRGAN model. The tiles are then merged into the final high-resolution image. This application requires Vulkan or OpenCL support and Android 7 or above.
You can join the Telegram group for support, discussions about AI image processing, and off-topic stuff
You can submit feedbacks or bug reports by opening an issue. Pull requests are welcome !
- Support images with transparency
- Batch processing
- Web and desktop versions
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