DALL-E 3 is here, and it’s in beta! The good news is that when you sign up, you’ll receive a generous gift of 50 free credits for your first month of use. Plus, you’ll continue to get 15 free credits every month after that. But what are these credits for, you ask?
Well, each credit is your ticket to generating some exciting content with DALL-E 3. You can use one credit to create an original DALL-E prompt, and in return, you’ll get four fantastic images. Alternatively, you can use a credit for an edit or variation prompt, which will net you three images.
Now, the free credits are fantastic, but they do come with a limit. Once you’ve used up your freebies, you have the option to buy more credits. You can purchase additional credits in bundles of 115 generations for just $15.
In a way, you could say that DALL-E 3 has a free tier. However, keep in mind that your free credits will only allow you to generate a limited number of images each month without any extra cost.
It’s important to note that OpenAI hasn’t revealed any plans to make DALL-E 3 completely free at the moment. But who knows what the future holds? They might have some surprises in store. So, if you’re eager to dive into the world of creative image generation, DALL-E 3 is ready and waiting for you to give it a try!
How do I access DALL-E 3?
To access DALL-E 3, you need to sign up for the beta program. There are two ways to do this:
- Sign up for the ChatGPT Plus or Enterprise plan. ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise customers will have access to DALL-E 3 through the API.
- Join the DALL-E waitlist. OpenAI is still rolling out access to DALL-E 3, so there is currently a waitlist. To join the waitlist, go to the DALL-E website and click the “Request Access” button.
Once you have signed up for the beta program, you can access DALL-E 3 through the OpenAI API. To do this, you will need to create an OpenAI account and obtain an API key.
Once you have an API key, you can use it to send requests to the DALL-E API. Each request will require you to specify a text prompt and the number of images you want to generate. The DALL-E API will then return a set of images that match your prompt.
For more information on how to use the DALL-E API, please see the OpenAI documentation.
Note: DALL-E 3 is still under development, and it is currently only available to a limited number of users. OpenAI plans to make DALL-E 3 more widely available in the future.