How to use Stable Diffusion for free- What happened to Colab- Automatic1111 Kaggle notebook

Summary of the content

In this video, the content primarily focuses on the usage of Stable Diffusion in Google Colab and the changes regarding its availability. The video also discusses the usage of Automatic 1111 with Kaggle notebooks, providing alternatives and solutions.

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The video starts by addressing two key questions related to Stable Diffusion in Google Colab. Watch the segment

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The speaker explains what happens to Super Diffusion in Google Cloud. Watch the segment

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The video demonstrates how to use Stable Diffusion for free, including options with Automatic 1111. Watch the segment

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The speaker discusses the possibility of your account being banned for attempting to run a notebook with Automatic 1111. Watch the segment

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The video explains that using Stable Fusion is still possible but in different interfaces, which will be discussed later. Watch the segment

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The speaker introduces Cargo as a free alternative to Google Colab, where Stable Diffusion can still be used. Watch the segment

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The video reveals a solution to use Automatic for free, making it once again possible to use Stable Diffusion. Watch the segment

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The speaker mentions potential limitations and scalability issues with the solution introduced. Watch the segment

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The video discusses other alternative solutions, such as Swamiy, and their suitability for basic user cases. Watch the segment

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The speaker talks about the availability of alternative UI solutions and provides a link in the description for easy access. Watch the segment

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