I am testing the following notebook diffusion-models-class/01_stable_diffusion_introduction.ipynb at main · huggingface/diffusion-models-class · GitHub, regarding the section Additional Pipelines / Inpainting, the following code: image = pipe(prompt=prompt, image=init_image, mask_image=mask_image).images generates the following error " TypeError: call() got an unexpected keyword argument ‘image’" Any ideas how to fix it?
Hi @royam0820! The name of the
image parameter was recently renamed, so you might need to upgrade to a newer version of
diffusers. Could you please try to run
pip install --upgrade diffusers?
Hi, first of all, Happy New Year to you and my best wishes to you.
I did try your suggestion to upgrade to a newer version, but the same error is popping:
image = pipe(prompt=prompt, image=init_image, mask_image=mask_image).images generates the following error " TypeError: call () got an unexpected keyword argument ‘image’"
Thanks a lot, and Happy New Year to you too
That’s strange. Did you try to uninstall
diffusers first? If you didn’t, you can use
pip uninstall -y diffusers and then issue the install command again, just to verify there’s nothing weird going on.
If that doesn’t work, you can also run
diffusers-cli env and post the output here so I can try to replicate in a similar environment. Are you running the notebook on Colab or somewhere else?
I hope we can sort this out
Hi! I did try to uninstall and reinstall + upgrade and I have the same error.
Here is the environment infos- I am on Colab
- Platform: Linux-5.10.133±x86_64-with-glibc2.27
- Python version: 3.8.16
- PyTorch version (GPU?): 1.13.0+cu116 (True)
- Huggingface_hub version: 0.11.1
- Transformers version: 4.26.0.dev0
- Using GPU in script?:
- Using distributed or parallel set-up in script?:
Oh, I see the problem now! You are importing
StableDiffusionInpaintPipeline but then you are instantiating your pipeline using
StableDiffusionPipeline, which doesn’t know how to deal with input images. You need to create your in-painting pipeline like this:
pipe = StableDiffusionInpaintPipeline.from_pretrained(model_id).to(device)
Let me know if that works
Good catch! I have been testing multiple features and this issue stemmed from various cut and paste. Thank you for pointing out this stupid mistake on my part and many thanks for your prompt help and support!
No stupid mistake at all! It’s great that you are exploring everything, don’t hesitate to keep asking questions