STYLE RANDOM in Midjourney V6! (using Style Reference!)

Wade McMaster - Creator Impact
28 Apr 202406:45

TLDRThe video script discusses the new 'Style Random' feature in Midjourney V6, which allows users to apply a random style to their images. The process involves typing 'sref random' at the end of a prompt. The video also explains how to obtain a style reference code and apply it to prompts for consistency across images. It demonstrates the use of the 'remix mode' for combining styles within an image and provides tips on exploring various styles by entering random numbers. The script mentions the limitations of using more than one code or mixing codes with URLs. It encourages viewers to share eye-catching styles in the comments and provides a link to a resource of style codes. The video concludes with a demonstration of using image URLs for style references and generating style variations with 'D-SV' for further control.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ”„ **Style Random Feature**: In Midjourney V6, you can add 'sref random' to your prompt to generate images with a random style.
  • ๐Ÿ“„ **Style Reference Code**: A style reference code is provided next to your prompt, which you can use to recreate the style in other images.
  • ๐Ÿ”— **Discord vs. Website**: Discord is preferred for obtaining style codes directly from the prompt, while the website requires using a job ID to retrieve the code.
  • ๐Ÿ”ข **Numbered Styles**: By using 'D-sref' followed by a number (e.g., 'D-sref 1'), you can generate images with a specific numbered style.
  • ๐ŸŽจ **Sharing Style Codes**: You can copy and share style codes with others, allowing for collaborative creativity.
  • ๐Ÿ”„ **Combining Styles**: Using the 'vary region' feature, you can apply different styles to specific areas of an image.
  • โš™๏ธ **Remix Mode**: To use 'vary region', ensure 'remix mode' is enabled in the settings for more creative control.
  • ๐Ÿšซ **Limitations**: Midjourney V6 does not support multiple style codes or mixing codes like 'SV' with numbers.
  • ๐Ÿ”Ž **Exploring Styles**: Experiment with random numbers to discover new styles and create unique images.
  • ๐ŸŒ **Using Image URLs**: You can still use image URLs with 'D-srf' and 'SV' to apply different versions of a style to your images.
  • ๐Ÿ“ˆ **Style Variations**: Utilize style variations (D-SV with a set of numbers) to generate multiple slightly different versions of the same style from an image URL.
  • ๐Ÿ“š **Resource Sharing**: The creator plans to share a collection of style codes and styles on their website for community use.

Q & A

  • What is the new feature in Midjourney V6 that allows for random style application to an image?

    -In Midjourney V6, you can add 'sref space random' to the end of your prompt to apply a random style to your image.

  • How can you obtain a style reference code from an image generated on the Midjourney website?

    -To obtain a style reference code from the website, you need to copy the job ID, then use the command 'slash show space' followed by pasting the job ID in Discord to retrieve the style code.

  • What is the consistency you can expect when using the same style reference code across multiple images?

    -Using the same style reference code across multiple images will result in a consistent style application, allowing for a cohesive set of images.

  • How can you use the style reference code with nii (neural image importer)?

    -You can apply the same style reference code to nii in Midjourney V6 to achieve a very similar result as with the Discord function, showcasing the versatility of the style codes.

  • What can you do with the style reference numbers if you decide to share them with others?

    -You can share style reference numbers with others, allowing them to recreate and experiment with the same styles you have discovered.

  • How does the 'remix mode' in Midjourney V6 affect the style application process?

    -With 'remix mode' enabled, you can use the lasso tool to select specific areas of an image and apply different style references to those areas, combining styles within a single image.

  • What happens if you try to use more than one style code in Midjourney V6?

    -Using more than one style code in Midjourney V6 will result in an error, as the system only supports a single style code at a time.

  • What is the purpose of the 'SV' parameter when using a URL in Midjourney V6?

    -The 'SV' parameter allows you to specify a style version between 1 to 4 when using a URL as a style reference, resulting in slightly different versions of that style.

  • How can you generate multiple style variations from a single style reference in Midjourney V6?

    -You can use curly brackets to input a comma-separated list of style versions (1 to 4) after the 'D-SV' parameter to generate multiple variations of a style.

  • What is the benefit of using the 'D-' prefix before a random number in a prompt?

    -Using 'D-' followed by a random number allows you to generate images using that specific number style, providing a way to explore different styles by experimenting with various numbers.

  • How can you explore a vast number of styles using the 'random' feature in Midjourney V6?

    -You can enter your prompt, type 'random', and then use the 'D-' prefix followed by a number and the 'repeat' command to try several different styles all at once.

  • What is the advantage of using the image URL with the style reference in Midjourney V6?

    -Using an image URL with the style reference allows you to create something completely different while still making use of the intended purpose of the style reference, providing more creative control.

Outlines

00:00

๐ŸŽจ Exploring Mid Journey Version 6's Random Style Feature

The video introduces the new random style feature in Mid Journey version 6, which allows users to add a 'sref space random' to their prompt to receive a randomly applied style to their image. This feature is also available on the Mid Journey website but with more capabilities. The video explains how to obtain a style reference code from an image and use it across different prompts for consistent style application. It also discusses the limitations of using multiple style codes and the inability to mix certain commands. The host shares a trick involving the 'vary region' tool to change styles within specific areas of an image. The video ends with an invitation to share discovered styles in the comments and to check out a resource of style codes provided in the video description.

05:00

๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ Creating Variations with Style Version and URL

This paragraph demonstrates how to use an image URL as a style reference in Mid Journey, leveraging the 'SV' (Style Version) command to create variations of a chosen style by inputting numbers between 1 to 4. The video shows how to use curly brackets for permutations to generate multiple versions of a single style, offering viewers a way to experiment with subtle differences in style. The host also mentions the continued use of the 'SL tune' function from version 5.2 and the option to copy a URL and use it as a style reference in version 6. The video concludes with an encouragement for viewers to like the video if they found it useful and a farewell message.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กMidjourney V6

Midjourney V6 refers to the sixth version of a software or tool that is likely used for image generation or manipulation. In the context of the video, it is the platform where users can input prompts to generate images with various styles. The video discusses new features and functionalities available in this version, such as the ability to apply a random style to an image using the 'sref random' command.

๐Ÿ’กStyle Reference (sref)

A Style Reference, denoted as 'sref' in the script, is a code associated with a particular style that can be applied to an image. The video explains how users can obtain a style reference code from their prompts and use it to apply a consistent style to their images. This feature is powerful as it allows for the replication and sharing of styles across different images.

๐Ÿ’กRandom Style

The term 'Random Style' is used to describe a feature that applies a random style to an image when the user includes 'sref random' in their prompt. This introduces an element of unpredictability and creativity, allowing users to explore different visual outcomes without specifying a particular style.

๐Ÿ’กDiscord

Discord is a communication platform mentioned in the video where users can interact and use commands to generate images with specific styles. The script suggests that Discord might be preferred for certain functions, such as obtaining style codes, over the Midjourney website.

๐Ÿ’กJob ID

A Job ID is a unique identifier for a particular task or operation. In the context of the video, it is used to refer to the unique identifier for an image generation task. Users can copy the Job ID and use it to retrieve the style code for their generated images.

๐Ÿ’กConsistency

Consistency in this context refers to the uniformity of style applied across a series of images. The video emphasizes the consistency that can be achieved by using the same style reference code across multiple image generations, resulting in a cohesive set of images.

๐Ÿ’กNII

NII seems to be an abbreviation or a specific feature within the Midjourney V6 tool that allows for image manipulation. The script mentions applying the same style code to NII to achieve similar results, indicating it as another tool or function within the platform.

๐Ÿ’กVary Region

Vary Region is a feature that allows users to change the style within a specific area of an image. The video demonstrates how one can use the lasso tool to select an area, such as the eyes, and apply a different style reference to that region, creating a blend of styles within one image.

๐Ÿ’กRemix Mode

Remix Mode is a setting within the Midjourney V6 tool that, when enabled, allows users to make more significant changes to their prompts and styles. It is a feature that provides additional creative control over the image generation process.

๐Ÿ’กStyle Version (SV)

Style Version, abbreviated as 'SV', is a parameter that can be used with an image URL to generate slightly different versions of a style. The video shows how entering 'SV' followed by a set of numbers in curly brackets can produce multiple variations of the same style, offering users more control over the final image.

๐Ÿ’กPermutations

In the context of the video, permutations refer to the different variations or combinations of styles that can be generated using the 'SV' parameter with a set of numbers. This feature allows users to explore multiple style options based on a single style reference.

๐Ÿ’กSL Tune

SL Tune appears to be a feature or command from a previous version of the Midjourney tool (version 5.2) that allowed users to create a style code. The video suggests that users can still use this command and then apply the resulting style code in version 6, indicating compatibility and continuity between different versions of the tool.

Highlights

In Midjourney V6, you can add 'sref random' to your prompt to get a random style applied to your image.

The style reference code is provided next to your prompt, allowing you to copy and use it for consistency.

You can copy the style code from the job ID in Discord to apply the same style to other prompts.

The 'sref random' function is similar to the 'tune' function from version 5.

To use the style reference, ensure you have Midjourney version 6 selected in your settings.

The style reference code can be shared and used by others, allowing for collaboration and experimentation.

By using numbers with 'D-sref', you can generate images with specific style numbers, offering a wide range of styles to explore.

A new feature allows combining styles within an image using the 'vary region' tool and different style references.

You must enable 'remix mode' in settings to use the 'vary region' tool for style combination.

The 'D-sref' function does not support multiple codes or mixing with 'SV' or URLs.

Using a random number with 'D-' allows for experimentation with different style outcomes.

The 'D-repeat' function can be used to try multiple style references at once, offering a variety of styles.

If you find an eye-catching style, you can share it in the comments for others to try.

A resource of style codes is available in the description for further exploration and reference.

You can still use the 'SL tune' function to create a style code in version 5.2 and apply it in version 6.

Using an image URL with 'D-srf' and 'SV' allows for variations of a style to be explored.

The 'D-SV' function with curly brackets enables permutations of style variations for further control.

The video provides a comprehensive guide on using Midjourney's new style random feature for creative image generation.