Microsoft Integrates OpenAI’s DALL-E into Paint: Unveils ‘Cocreator’ for Text-to-Image Generation

Microsoft Integrates OpenAI's DALL-E into Paint: Unveils 'Cocreator' for Text-to-Image Generation

Microsoft has officially introduced its art generator, Cocreator, to the classic Paint app on Windows 11, extending access to all users. This text-to-image generator, powered by OpenAI’s DALL-E model, was previously limited to Windows Insiders testing early releases. Now, the feature has been rolled out to a wider audience, enabling anyone to effortlessly create original images by describing their desired content.

To use Cocreator, simply open a new Paint project and click on the “Cocreator” button in the toolbar. Users can then input a description of the image they envision, and the AI will generate three options for them to choose from.

While Microsoft has integrated DALL-E’s advanced image generation into products like Bing and Copilot, embedding it into Paint enhances accessibility and user-friendliness for everyday individuals.

For beginners, Microsoft has included a helpful 4-step tutorial to facilitate the initiation of AI artistry. However, some users may need to join a waitlist before accessing Cocreator, and there’s a daily limit on the number of images one can generate. Each generation consumes one credit out of the initial 50 provided upon sign-up.

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As of now, Cocreator is exclusively available in the United States, France, the UK, Australia, Canada, Italy, and Germany. Users in these regions who haven’t yet seen the feature should ensure their Paint app is updated and sign up through the side panel if necessary.

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