Here is the sentence:

And you find that you've been training off very nice high-quality images downloaded off the Internet.

What does "is training off" really mean?
Could you please rephrase the sentence?

Can I interpret this sentence as "you've been working on very nice high-quality images downloaded off the Internet" ?

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"to be training off X" = to experience training which is based on X

"I failed the exam because I was training off an old textbook"

Rephrased, and with some sample elements added for context, I would suggest:

But our operating environment is different from your training. You'll find that while your training had very nice, high-quality images downloaded from the internet, most of the images we generate during real-world conditions are very rudimentary and functional.


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