20.5 u2net cutout 🚧
Remove the background from an image to produce a cutout version of the photo.
ml cutout u2net [options] [image.png] ARGUMENTS imagefile The image (png or jpg) to be processed with stdin as default. OPTIONS -o <file.png> --output=<file.png> Output image filename. -m <model> --model=<model> Which model to use. -v --view View a comparison in addition to generating the cutout. -j --jpeg Result is JPEG, and so white instead of transparency. -a --alpha-matting Alpha matting. -f --alpha-matting-foreground-threshold=240 -b --alpha-matting-background-threshold=10 -e --alpha-matting-erode-size=10 -z --alpha-matting-base-size=1000
By default the generated cutout is saved to the same input file with
_cutout appended, but saved to the current working directory. To
save the result elsewhere use
The package includes some sample images. Here we generate
animal-1_cutout.png in the current working directory from a sample
ml cutout u2net ~/.mlhub/rembg/examples/animal-1.jpg
To view a popup that compares the cutout to the original, as well as saving the cutout to the local file, add the `–view`` option.
ml cutout u2net ~/.mlhub/rembg/examples/animal-1.jpg --view
TODO: Explain the models.
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