Sometimes we happen to find a wonderful photo and want to set it as desktop wallpaper. Unfortunately, it becomes blurry while scaling up to your screen size. In this case, you may have to give up and choose a photo with a higher-resolution to give it a try. However, with Vance AI products now, it's possible to enlarge an image while improving the overall quality. Then let's take a deep look at how to achieve it.
Vance AI Image Enlarger can automatically enlarge your photos to 2x, 4x, 6x, and 8x. You can easily get high-quality wallpapers with this awesome Image Enlarger.
The resulting images had the following resolutions and sizes:
Since 2x is barely any larger than the original, I'll only show you a comparison between the original and other enlarged times. They're looking like the following image. Even enlarging to 8x, the result is still pretty good.
Under a free version, you can only process 5 images in total no matter which product you use. 6x and 8x are only available in the pro version.
Vance AI products are designed to be simple to use so that you can use any product and get the final result within 3 steps. Trained with millions of sample images, Vance AI products are able to automatically process images and deliver awesome results no matter which product you choose.
You can use our AI Image Enlarger to enlarge the photos you want to set as wallpaper and easily get an HD wallpaper.
Step1: Access to AI Image Enlarger and upload an image to begin
Step2: Choose how many times you want to enlarge and start to process
Step3: Preview and download the final enlarged image
In order to get a better result, you can use our AI Image Sharpener to sharpen the enlarged result to make it crisper and clearer.
Step1: Access this Image Sharpener and upload an image to begin
Step2: Choose Auto mode or manual mode, which means to let the tool decide the degree of sharpness or manually adjust it by yourself. And click to start processing.
Step3: Compare and download the result
Let's set the original and the optimized as wallpaper respectively and compare the effect. From the image below, it's clear that the optimized one is clearer with sharper lines. The original seems a bit blurry compared to the other one.
If you think the enlarged result is pretty good enough, you don't need to use the sharpen tool. If you think either the original image or the final output needs to enhance its saturation, brightness, or contrast, you can also use our AI Photo Retoucher to do that. Click to see the tutorial on how to draw a realistic face with DeepFaceDrawing.