Create an image copy without royalty fees of any image you discover on the internet.

Are you tired of worrying about copyright issues when using images found online? Do you want to create unique versions of any image you find online without the need for prompts or special inputs? Synthesis X, an AI tool developed by Future Tools, claims to do just that!

In this article, we will show you how to use Synthesis X to create royalty-free images that you can use online with confidence. We will walk you through the installation process and demonstrate how to use Synthesis X to generate images.


To get started with Synthesis X, head over to Future Tools’ website and navigate to the Generative Art section. Synthesis X is a Chrome extension, so you will need to add it to your Chrome browser. To install, click on the “ADD Synthesis X to Chrome” button, and it will be added as a new feature to your browser.

Using Synthesis X

Once you have Synthesis X installed, you can start generating images right away. For example, let’s say you need an image of a wolf in the snow for a project. Go to Google Images, type “wolf in the snow,” and select an image. Right-click on the image, and you will see a new menu item that says “re-visualize this image.” Click on it, and Synthesis X will generate a new image for you.

As with any AI-generated image, the results may not always be perfect. Some images may have funky-looking details, while others may not fully process. If you don’t like the results, you can click “try again” as many times as you want until you find an image that suits your needs.

Synthesis X is particularly good at generating landscape images. For example, you can use it to create a unique version of a snow-covered mountain with a lake or a sunset at the beach. These images are perfect for use as backgrounds for presentations, YouTube thumbnails, or sales pages.


Synthesis X is a useful tool for anyone who needs royalty-free images but doesn’t want to worry about copyright issues. With Synthesis X, you can easily generate unique images from any image you find online. While the tool may not always produce perfect results, it’s still a great option for those who need quick and easy access to high-quality images. Give it a try and see for yourself!