The most important Midjourney parameters "--test", "--testp", "--creative", "--hd", and "--q" are explained!

This time we will discuss parameters.

Here are five of the parameters that seem to be particularly important.

 

They are "--test," "--testp," "--creative," "--hd," and "--q.

 

In particular, "--test" and "--testp" are parameters that advanced users are sure to use.

We will explain them below, and we hope they will be of some help to you.

 

About --test and --testp

There are "--test" and "--testp" parameters (I believe they will eventually be eliminated in an update).

Currently, many of the beautiful illustrations posted on the official Midjourney website use the "--test" or "--testp" parameters.

These two are the two most effective parameters.

 

*With "--test" or "--testp", only two images will be output for square image output and one for each of the other aspect ratios. Also, word weight adjustment using "::" is not possible. It cannot be used with some parameters such as "--hd", "--s", and "--q 5".

 

Now, let's get to the explanation.

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434

↑upThis is the original image.

 

Let's add "--test" to it.

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --test
Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --test

It changes like this. It tends to look like an illustration.

 

A landscape image looks like this.

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245

↑upOriginal image

↓Image with "--test" added

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --test

It's beautiful.

 

 

 

With "--testp" it looks like this.

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --testp
Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --testp

The "--testp" is painted in a photorealistic manner.

The "p" in "--testp" is the "p" of photorealism, a style of painting that depicts the image as if it were a photograph.

 

The background looks like this.

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245

↑upOriginal image

↓Image with "--testp" added

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --testp

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --test

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --testp

 

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --test

 

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --testp

 

When upscaled, the output is "2048 × 2048".

If "--test" and "--testp" are removed, the output is "1024 × 1024," which is four times the size of the original image.

Therefore, detailed drawing is possible. The balance of the person and background will also tend to be better.

 

About --creative

Next is "--creative".

This cannot be used without "--test" or "--testp".

In other words, it takes the form "--test --creative" or "--testp --creative".

Creative" = "creative," so the work is likely to be more artistic.

 

In the case of a person with "--test --creative".

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --test --creative
Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --test --creative

 

In the case of a person with "--testp --creative"

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --testp --creative
Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --testp --creative

Hmmm, I didn't feel much creativity.

 

In case of landscape with "--testp --creative".

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --test --creative

In case of landscape with "--testp --creative".

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --testp --creative

I think the change is subtle in the case of landscape as well.

There may be a text prompt that works well with "--creative" and we will report back if we find it.

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --test --creative

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --testp --creative

 

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --test --creative

 

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --testp --creative

 

About --hd

There is a parameter "--hd".

The "--hd" uses a different algorithm and therefore tends to result in a more complex and detail-rich picture.

It can be quite an original picture.

 

Let's give it a try right away.

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434

↑upThis is the original image.

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --hd
Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --hd

The result is still a very unique illustration.

 

Here is what it looks like in a landscape image.

Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --hd

It looks quite good.

 

Unlike "--hd", "--test" and "--testp" output four images at the same time.

The image size is "1536 × 1536", which is larger than the original "1024 × 1024" and smaller than "2048 × 2048" of "--test" and "--testp".

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --hd
Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245 --hd

 

When trying an abstract or artistic illustration, "--hd" may also be a good choice.

 

About "--wallpaper

The parameter "--wallpaper" can be used to generate images with the same effect as "--w 1920 --h 1024 --hd".

 

To try it out, use the

Let's type "Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245, --wallpaper".

 

generated text「「Beautiful scenery, --seed 33245, --w 1920 --h 1024 --hd

Thus, simply type --wallpaper and it will draw an artistic illustration for a wide-size wallpaper.

 

 

About --q

Finally, here is an explanation of "--q".

The "--q" parameter has the same effect as the "--quality" parameter.

Quality" = "quality".

 

The higher the "--q" value, the higher the quality.

The default value is 1. The minimum value is 0.25. The highest value is 5.

 

A note on using "--q" is that setting a value higher than the default "1" will increase the image generation time.

A value of "--q" of "2" will double the usual time, and a value of "5" will increase it by a factor of 5.

On the other hand, if the value is lower than 1, the image generation time is reduced.

A value of 0.25 means a quarter of the usual time. If "0.5" is selected, the image can be generated in half the usual time.

 

(Janijellyfish is currently using relax mode, and since mid-journey has been heavy recently, there was not much difference in time no matter which one was selected. ) The image generation time may vary depending on the environment, timing, etc., so even if the q value is high, the generation may be completed earlier than usual, etc.

 

Let's try it out.

First, let's try the default. The "--q" value = 1.

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434

↑upThis is the original image.

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --q 0.25

The lowest value is "--q 0.25".

It seems to be a bit lazy.

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --q 2

It is generated with "--q 2", which is twice the default value.

The drawing is now much more detailed.

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --q 5

The maximum value is "--q 5.

The quality of the drawing may be slightly higher than that of "--q 2," but if you are wasting time, you may not have to go to this level of quality.

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --q 0.25

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --q 1

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --q 2

 

 

Nice looking boy wearing a jellyfish hat. --seed 17434 --q 5

 

The resolution is the same for "--q 0.25" and "--q 5", 1024 x 1024.

Note that the highest quality output of "--q 5" has a lower resolution than that of "--hd", "--test", or "--testp".

 

This is an introduction to some important parameters.

 

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