How to use Midjourney in Discord.Midjourney is an AI image generator that provides some of the best results of any AI image generator out there. However, you can’t just download the AI app to use Midjourney – the only way to use it is through Discord, a social app. Since getting started using Midjourney can be daunting, we’ll show you how to use Midjourney on Discord, including how to sign up, create and edit images, and make sure you get the results you want.
How to subscribe to Midjourney
First of all, you will need a Discord account. Assuming you already have one, it’s time to sign up for Midjourney.
- Go to the Midjourney website.
- Click Join Beta to automatically open an invitation to join the Midjourney Discord channel.
- Click Accept Invitation to join the channel.
Here’s how to set up a Midjourney subscription:
- Open the Discord app or log in through the Discord website.
- Go to the Midjourney channel and click the Menu button (three horizontal lines) in the upper left corner of the screen.
- Scroll down until you see a list of newbie rooms.
- Choose one – it doesn’t matter which one. The rooms are usually called “# newbies – xxx“.
- In the message field at the bottom of the screen, enter /subscribe, then press Return </span > or Enter</span >. Note. This “/” command is a slash that allows you to chat with Midjourney and other bots on Discord.
- A link should open with details about subscribing to a paid Midjourney subscription. Click Open Subscription Page, then click Visit Site to confirm that you want to continue your subscription . page.
- Choose the plan you want, from the Basic plan with approximately 200 image creations per month to the Pro plan that offers unlimited image generation in quiet mode.
- Click Subscribe, enter your payment information, then click Subscribe .
- You are now subscribed to Midjourney and should see a confirmation screen. Click Close.
- You should also receive a subscription confirmation email.
How to create images in the middle of the path
To start creating images in Midjourney you can use the #newbies channel, but it can get hectic with the constant posting of tips. However, it’s a good way to see what tips other people are posting and which ones work.You can also send commands to the Midjourney bot via DM. Please note that these tips and generated images will still appear in the Member Gallery if you are not a Pro Plan subscriber.We recommend starting with the #newbies channel and moving to DM once you get the hang of it.Here’s how to get started creating images on the #newbies channel.
- In the message box at the bottom of the screen (on the channel you selected), type /imagine and then click on the tooltip box that pops up.
- Click Back in the message box, then type your prompt and press Enter. For example, “/imagine a green forest with a black cat lying in a sunny puddle..”
- You should see a message from Midjourney Bot with the prompt “Waiting to start“.
- Once the task starts, you will see the percentage progress.
- In about a minute you will be presented with four invitation options.
- To view the images in more detail, simply tap or click on them and zoom in.
- If you are happy with the results, you can press and hold the mouse button or right-click. on the created images and select Save, Share or Open in Browser.
The next step is to edit the images to get the desired results.
How to edit images in the middle of the path
Below the generated images, you will see eight buttons: U1, U2, U3, U4, V1, V2, V3 and V4. The U buttons are for scaling the selected image so you get a larger and more detailed version. The V buttons create four new variations of that particular image with the same composition and style.If you’re not happy with any of the generated images, you can also click Flip to re-run the prompt, creating four new images. Play around with things, it’s all about learning how Midjourney works and what tips will give you the best results.
- In this case, we like image 1, so we press V1 to create four new variations of this image.
- The Midjourney bot confirms that it creates four variants of the requested image.
- You can click Cancel Job at any time if you change your mind.
- Once the bot has finished creating your variations, it will display them and you will see the same buttons at the bottom to scale images or create new variations.
How to get great results with Midjourney
Here are some tips to help you get great results every time:
- Be specific about what you want, but don’t overdo it. If you don’t know how to write good prompts, watch some YouTube videos or see what prompts others are using on the #newbies channel.
- The devil really is in the details. Think about every aspect of your image: from color to lighting, from mood to environment, from subject to environment.
- Use your own images. You can add images to tooltips by pasting a URL. You can add your image to Discord by clicking + in the message bar and then dragging it onto the invite to automatically add the URL. Don’t forget that any images you add will be visible to everyone else on the channel.
- You can upload multiple images and use the /blend command to combine them.
We hope this has helped you learn how to use Midjourney on Discord, including registering with Midjourney and creating your own images. We recommend reading Midjourney’s help documentation for tips on hints, multiple hints, and more. There’s a lot to learn and you may spend hours mastering Midjourney, but the results are well worth the effort.
How to use Midjourney in Discord
How to use Midjourney in Discord