How Does Upscaler Work?
Upscaler works by using a self learning Artificial Intelligence running on the latest GPUs to deliver super fast results that are better than most modern desktop computers. By adding in pixels, shapes, structures and objects in between already existing ones it is able to intelligently enhance the resolution of your images. Our A.I has been trained on many different types of image sets, including faces, natural surroundings, real estate as well as illustrations and more!
So It's Making It Up?
Sort of. Upscaler tries to understand the information, as well as the nature and subject of the image and then adds details such as edges, patterns and new pixels where it would help the overall look of the upscaled image. This is actually very similar to the way our own eyes extrapolate what they are seeing!
What Image Formats Do You Support?
You can upload JPG, PNG (With transparency) and WebP (With transparency) or BMP formats. For output JPG will stay JPG and for the others these will be converted to PNG files.
Are there size limits?
Yes. With your free upscales you can resize an image at 2x with a max width of 2000 Pixels on its longest side. When you purchase premium upscales these limits are eased to much higher values with a maximum output file size of 100MB. You can also enlarge even bigger images by simply cutting them into pieces and upscaling those.
How do I get the best results?
Upscaler will work with any photo or image, but you'll get the best results if the image has not been upscaled before. Upscaler delivers it's best results with logos, cartoons or other similar artificial images as this is easier for the AI, however we get great results from natural surroundings and other such photos too! Upscaler won't work well with photos that are very blurry, or very pixelated.
Is Upscaler better than photo editing software?
Generally, yes. Photoshop and other similar apps need you to purchase or subscribe to them, download, install and learn how to use the software and they usually require high end computers to work well. Upscaler on the other hand is available directly in your web browser with just a few clicks, and offloads all the hard work to our A.I so even lower end computers get great looking results quickly.
What is Upscaler commonly used for?
Upscaler is great for people who need to upscale images made with lower quality cameras, or when the source image is of a low resolution that they wish to improve. These can be personal images, or even photos for your websites and social media. Upscaler is also great for designers and illustrators who are looking to quickly enhance the resolution of their designs.
Why isn’t my balance updated immediately after I make a purchase?
When purchasing it can take a few minutes for your transaction to be processed by our payment platform and for your upscales to be credited to your account. If after 10 minutes your upscales have still not been credited to your account, please do reach out to our support where we will be happy to assist you.
Where can I download my upscaled photos?
If your upscaled image hasn’t already started downloading to your computer, you can find and redownload your previously upscaled images by simply clicking your user icon at the top right of the page and clicking account history.
Why was I blocked even after purchasing upscales?
What are the differences between Balanced, Ironed, DetailPro and FacePro?
Our Upscaler has various AI models to help you get the best out of your images: Balanced will try to retain the original look and feel of your image while simply upscaling it. Ironed will try to clear up artifacts or other imperfections in your images during the upscaling. DetailPro will attempt to find and highlight the details in your images. FacePro will attempt to reconstruct or clear up images containing faces. Best used with portait shots FacePro can take even poor quality images and turn them into lifelike representations. DetailPro and FacePro use the same AI model to look for details in complex images such as faces or scenes and will try to reconstruct and enhance them. As upscaling is performed by AI, and resulting images may be subject to small changes.