These are some abbreviated notes for each of the recent Glaze updates. First, some general notes on Glaze.
- Thank you for your patience. We've been busy working on
packaging Glaze into the most intuitive and usable app for
artists. Please note that by downloading Glaze, you are
acknowledging and agreeing with our software license. Here are the
non-commercial licenses for packages we used in Glaze. Finally,
we used a commercial license for PyQt.
- Glaze 1.0, June 26, 2023
- Updated core optimization algorithm
- Improved convergence time
- Limited tests on Img2Img
- New, revamped website
- Glaze 0.0.3 Beta (Windows GPU update), April 13, 2023
Updated with pytorch GPU libraries. Unpack the zip and Glaze exe is inside. You will still need to download NVidia CUDA toolkit (see User Guide).
- Glaze 0.0.3 Beta, March 31, 2023
Update includes improvements on metadata maintenance after Glazing, and an update to work with Windows GPUs (from NVidia with >3.6G of GPU memory). To remove/uninstall Glaze, simply remove the exe file, then remove the resource files by deleting the hidden directory " .glaze " in your home directory.
- Glaze 0.0.2 Beta, March 18, 2023
Update includes a complete rewrite from scratch of Glaze frontend and updates to the backend. The updated version has no reliance on GPL code, and includes multiple bug fixes, most notably runtime crashes on International versions of Windows.
- Glaze 0.0.1 Initial Release, March 15, 2023