ALL COMMANDS in Midjourney (AI Art Tutorial)

Wade McMaster - Creator Impact
30 Nov 202313:30

TLDRThe video tutorial provides an in-depth guide to using various commands in Midjourney, an AI art creation tool. It covers the process of blending multiple images with the /blend command, creating custom styles with /tune, and generating images with a specific style using the style code. The video also explains how to adjust settings such as model selection, raw mode, and stylization levels. Additionally, it demonstrates how to manage image privacy with /public and /stealth, toggle remix mode for prompt adjustments, and use /remix, /prefer, and /show for further customization. The tutorial also mentions account management with /info, getting help with /ask and /slel, and accessing documentation and daily themes within the Midjourney server. The presenter also references a cheat sheet for all commands, available in the video description.

Takeaways

  • 🎨 Use `/blend` to combine two to five images into a single blended image.
  • πŸ’³ Type `SLS subscribe` in Discord to sign up for a paid subscription plan.
  • 🎭 With `/tune`, you can create your own style by providing a prompt and selecting images that match your desired style.
  • πŸ“ˆ The cost of using `/tune` is based on the GPU time required and the number of images you want to create.
  • πŸ”„ `/remix` allows you to make variations or edits to existing images and even change the prompt when using different features.
  • βš™οΈ Use `/settings` to adjust various parameters like the model version, switch to Raw mode, or adjust the stylization level.
  • πŸ‘€ Toggle image visibility with `/public` for public images or `/stealth` for private ones, available for Pro Plan and above.
  • ⚑ Adjust image generation speed with `/relax` for free generation or `/turbo` for faster, but more expensive, generation.
  • πŸ”„ `/remix` mode can be turned on or off to allow or prevent prompt changes when creating variations or edits.
  • πŸ“ Create custom codes with `SL prefer option` to add specific settings or styles to your prompts for easy reuse.
  • πŸ—‚ Use `/show` to retrieve and work on old images by searching and copying the job ID from the Midjourney website.
  • πŸ“‰ `/shorten` can be used to create shorter prompts from longer ones, giving Midjourney more freedom in image generation.

Q & A

  • What is the purpose of the 'slash blend' command in Midjourney?

    -The 'slash blend' command is used to blend two to five images together, allowing users to upload and combine multiple images to create a single blended image.

  • How can one subscribe to a paid plan on Midjourney?

    -To subscribe to a paid plan, users can type 'SLS subscribe' into Discord, which will allow them to sign up for a plan.

  • What does the 'slash tune' command do?

    -The 'slash tune' command is used to create a custom style. It prompts the user for a desired style, such as a '3D render of a cyborg dog', and then provides information on the cost and options for the number of images to create.

  • How does the 'sticky style' feature work in Midjourney?

    -The 'sticky style' feature, activated by the 'slash setting' command, allows users to continue using a particular style when generating images, as long as they enter the style after activating this toggle. It can be turned off when no longer needed.

  • What is the difference between 'High variation' and 'Low variation' mode?

    -High variation mode, toggled by 'slash prefer variability', creates images with more diverse outcomes, while low variation mode results in more similar images.

  • How can users adjust the speed of image generation in Midjourney?

    -Users can adjust the speed of image generation by typing '/relax' for a slower, free mode that doesn't affect GPU time, or '/turbo' for a much faster mode at a higher expense.

  • What does the 'slash remix' command do?

    -The 'slash remix' command toggles remix mode, which allows users to change their prompt when using different features of Midjourney, such as creating variations or upscales.

  • How can users create custom codes in Midjourney?

    -Users can create custom codes by using the 'slash prefer option' command, giving their code a name and a value, which can then be used in prompts to automatically add specific parameters or styles to their images.

  • What is the 'slash show' command used for?

    -The 'slash show' command is used to bring up the original grid of images from a specific job by pasting in the job ID. This allows users to do more with the images, such as creating variations.

  • How does the 'slash describe' command work?

    -The 'slash describe' command allows users to upload an image and create prompts from that image. It also generates four prompts based on the uploaded image, which can be used to create images or explore various keywords.

  • What information is provided by the 'slash info' command?

    -The 'slash info' command provides information about the user's account, including user ID, subscription details, remaining GPU hours, and lifetime usage.

  • How can users get help or find documentation within Midjourney?

    -Users can type 'slash ask' to ask a question and receive an answer along with documentation links. Additionally, 'slash docs' provides a list of documentation, 'slash faq' offers frequently asked questions, and 'slash daore theme' allows participation in daily themed image generation.

Outlines

00:00

πŸ–ΌοΈ Image Blending and Styling with Mid Journey

The first paragraph introduces various commands for image manipulation using Mid Journey. It explains how to blend multiple images with the /blend command, including uploading and selecting images, and the option to subscribe for a paid plan. It also covers creating custom styles with the /tune command, selecting the number of images, and the cost associated with GPU time. The paragraph further details the process of refining styles, using sticky styles with /setting, and changing models and modes. It also discusses privacy settings with /public and /stealth, and adjusting generation speed with /fast, /turbo, and /relax. Remix mode with /remix is also explained, allowing for prompt changes during image variation.

05:02

πŸ› οΈ Customization and Utility Commands in Mid Journey

The second paragraph delves into additional customization options and utility commands within Mid Journey. It covers the use of /remix to modify prompts during the image generation process, the /prefer suffix command to automatically append specific values to prompts, and creating custom codes with /prefer option. The paragraph also explains how to view and manage old images with /show and job IDs, and the /describe command to generate prompts from uploaded images. Furthermore, it introduces the /shorten command to create concise prompts, the /info command to check account status, and the /ask command for receiving answers to queries with documentation links.

10:06

πŸ“š Documentation and Community Engagement in Mid Journey

The third paragraph focuses on how to access documentation and engage with the Mid Journey community. It outlines the use of /docs to bring up a list of documentation within a server room, the /faq command to explore frequently asked questions, and the /dailytheme command to participate in daily themed image generation. The paragraph also mentions the upcoming release of an updated video on Mid Journey parameters and encourages viewers to subscribe for updates. It concludes with a reminder to check out the provided cheat sheet and well wishes for the viewers.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Slash Commands

Slash commands are special commands used in Discord to perform specific functions or actions. In the context of the video, they are used to control various features of the Midjourney AI art tool, such as blending images, tuning styles, and creating variations. For example, '/blend' is used to combine multiple images, and '/tune' is used to create a personalized style for generating images.

πŸ’‘Blending

Blending refers to the process of combining multiple images into one. In the video, the '/blend' command is used to mix two to five images together to create a new composite image. This is an essential technique for generating complex and layered visuals in AI art.

πŸ’‘Style Tuning

Style tuning is the process of creating a unique visual style for the AI to follow when generating images. The script mentions using the '/tune' command to input a prompt and generate a style, which can then be applied to future image creations. This allows for a greater level of customization and personalization in the art creation process.

πŸ’‘GPU Time

GPU time refers to the processing time used by the graphics processing unit (GPU) to render images. In the context of the video, it is mentioned in relation to the cost of creating images with certain styles or in raw mode. The more complex the image generation process, the more GPU time it consumes, which can impact the user's account usage.

πŸ’‘Sticky Style

Sticky style is a feature that allows a user to continue using a particular style for image generation without having to re-enter the style code each time. It is activated using the '/settings' command and is toggled on or off according to the user's preference. This feature is convenient for users who want to maintain consistency in their art pieces.

πŸ’‘Variability Mode

Variability mode is a setting that determines the level of variation in the images generated by the AI. The script mentions toggling between 'high variation' and 'low variation' using the 'prefer variability' command. High variation mode produces more diverse results, while low variation mode creates images that are more similar to each other.

πŸ’‘Remix Mode

Remix mode is a feature that allows users to modify their prompts when using certain features of Midjourney, such as creating variations or upscales. It is controlled by the '/remix' command. When enabled, it prompts the user to change the prompt before generating a new image, offering more flexibility in the creative process.

πŸ’‘Suffix

A suffix in the context of the video is a string of text that is automatically added to the end of a user's prompt when generating images. It can be set using the 'prefer suffix' command and is used to apply specific parameters, such as aspect ratio or video commands, to the image generation process without having to manually type them each time.

πŸ’‘Custom Codes

Custom codes are user-defined sets of parameters or styles that can be saved and applied to image generation. In the video, the 'SL prefer option' command is used to create a custom code named 'hypo1' with specific attributes like aspect ratio and color preferences. These codes can then be easily applied to new prompts for consistent styling.

πŸ’‘Job ID

A job ID is a unique identifier for a specific task or operation. In the video, it is used to reference past image generation tasks in Midjourney. By copying the job ID and using the '/show' command, users can retrieve and interact with the original grid of images from a previous job, allowing them to create variations or continue working on those images.

πŸ’‘Aspect Ratio

Aspect ratio refers to the proportional relationship between the width and the height of an image. It is an important parameter in image generation as it determines the shape of the image. The video script discusses changing the aspect ratio using suffixes or through direct prompts to create images with specific dimensions, such as 'AR 16:9' for widescreen images.

Highlights

Slash blend command allows blending two to five images together in Midjourney.

Use SLS subscribe in Discord to sign up for a Midjourney plan.

Slash tune command can be used to create custom styles with a prompt, such as a 3D render of a cyborg dog.

Choosing raw mode in Midjourney removes the platform's opinionated nature.

Sticky style can be enabled with slash setting to continue using a chosen style for image generation.

Slash settings can be used to change the model used for image generation, such as M Journey 5.2, 5.1, or nii.

Public mode and stealth mode commands control the privacy of generated images.

High variation and low variation modes can be toggled using the prefer variability command.

Turbo mode generates images faster but at a higher expense to GPU time.

Remix mode allows users to change their prompt when using different features of Midjourney.

Custom codes can be created and used with the prefer option command for specific styles or effects.

The show command can be used to bring up old images and perform further actions like variations.

Slash describe allows users to upload an image and create prompts from it, as well as explore keywords.

Slash shorten can be used to generate shorter prompts from longer ones for more creative freedom.

Slash info provides account information including user ID, subscription details, and GPU hours remaining.

Slash ask allows users to ask questions and receive answers along with documentation links.

In Midjourney server rooms, slash docs provides access to a list of documentation for further exploration.

Slash faq offers a list of frequently asked questions for quick reference.

Slash daily theme allows participation in daily themed image generation challenges.