>How to install famous Kohya SS LoRA GUI on RunPod IO pods and do training on cloud seamlessly as in your PC. Then use Automatic1111 Web UI to generate images with your trained LoRA files. Everything is explained step by step and amazing resource GitHub file is provided with necessary commands. If you want to use Kohya’s Stable Diffusion trainers on RunPod this tutorial is for that.

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0:00 Introduction to how to install Kohya GUI on RunPod tutorial
0:20 Pick which RunPod server and template
1:20 Starting installation of Kohya LoRA on RunPod
3:42 How to start Kohya Web GUI after installation
4:16 How to download models on RunPod and start Kohya LoRA training
5:36 LoRA training parameters
6:57 Starting Kohya LoRA training on RunPod
7:46 Where are Kohya LoRA training checkpoints saved
8:05 How to use LoRA saved checkpoints on RunPod
8:29 How to use LoRA checkpoints in Automatic1111 Web UI
9:12 Noticing a very crucial mistake during training
10:59 Testing different checkpoints after fixing the previous training mistake
11:36 How to understand model overtraining
12:28 How to fix overtraining problem

Title: Install Kohya GUI on RunPod for LoRA Training: Step-by-Step Tutorial


Welcome to my comprehensive guide on how to install Kohya GUI on RunPod for LoRA training. I take you through each step, explaining clearly to ensure you can follow along with ease. This tutorial will help you set up a powerful development environment using an RTX 3090 GPU and a RunPod with 30GB RAM.

In this video, we will:

Deploy a community cloud with a specific template.
Edit template overrides and set the container disk.
Connect to JupyterLab and clone a GitHub repository.
Generate a new virtual environment and activate it.
Install Kohya on RunPod and handle common errors.
Set up and start the Kohya web UI on RunPod.
Execute a quick demonstration of training a realistic vision model.
Troubleshoot common errors during the training process.
Optimize the training process and improve training quality.
Navigate through our GitHub repository for further learning.
Remember, if you’re unfamiliar with how to use Kohya or RunPod, I’ve included links to excellent tutorials in the video description.

Whether you’re just getting started with Kohya, RunPod, or LoRA training, or looking to enhance your existing skills, this tutorial offers valuable insights.

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