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Midjourney v5.2 update: Added "weird" mode to make image generation more creative

Midjourney v5.2 update: Added "weird" mode to make image generation more creative

Hayo News
Hayo News
July 3rd, 2023
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The latest version 5.2 of Midjourney has been launched, and the most innovative new feature is the "weird" mode, which allows users to generate various funny emoticons. Once this new feature was launched, it triggered heated discussions and innovative uses among netizens.

The original intention of the "weird" mode is to make the image generation more interesting and avant-garde. Its parameter range is 0-3000. The larger the parameter value, the more outrageous the generated image. Simply put, as long as you can think of it, Midjourney can help you achieve it.

In addition to the "weird" feature, this update also includes a "/turbo" mode, which offers about four times the speed for about twice the price, and a new "Mega" membership program. However, the "weird" feature, like the others, is currently only available to members.

The use of the "weird" function is very simple. You only need to add "Weird + value" in the Prompt, and you can adjust Midjourney at will, so that it can generate various pictures with "different quirks". Some details of "--weird" given by the official and a comparison example of different values ​​show that the range of the "--weird" parameter is 0-3000, and the default is 0. This parameter is still in the experimental stage, and the specific effect may change in the future. It is currently adapted to the three versions of 5, 5.1, and 5.2, but it cannot be used in conjunction with seeds.

If you feel that the picture generated by "--wired+value" is not very fine, you can add "--stylize+value" to make the picture more textured while maintaining the weird style. However, it should be noted that the values ​​behind these two parameters should preferably be the same.

In general, if you need a relatively rough but funny picture like an emoticon package, just add the --weird parameter directly. It is normal to be "weird" within 1000, and it is "weird" if it exceeds 1000. And the generated The content is very random. Over 2000 can be dedicated to generating that very abstract, very stream-of-consciousness image. If the user needs an abstract style of art work instead of the material of the emoji package, the official "weird-stylize" CP is required. Both of them are over 2000, which is a proper AI abstract master work. Use "Niji+Stylize1000" for fine Japanese manga style, "Niji+Weird 1000" for American manga style, and adjust the value according to the required density.


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