Developed by Russian company G-Core Labs, the tool is based on the open-source DeOldify project and utilizes deep learning to bring new life to old photos.
To use the service, simply upload a black and white photo or provide a link to an image online. Within a few minutes, you'll receive a colorized version of the photo. While the AI engine is not always perfect, the results can be impressive.
Colorize offers a partially free service, with a limit of 50 photos per user. Each finished photo will feature the text "Created with Colorize.cc." For a fee of $10, you can remove this text and increase the photo limit to 10,000.
In addition to photos, Colorize can also process black and white videos from YouTube. The colorization process time is calculated based on the length of the video, with a rate of 6 seconds per second of video.
Overall, Colorize is a simple and convenient way to breathe new life into your old black and white photos.