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--iw (Image Weight)

This advanced parameter for prompt wizard controls the base image's influence on blending. Not show up to all user by default, you need pass this param in your prompt the bot will response.

Image Weight (--iw)

This parameter determines the influence of the base image on the blending process.
You can assign a weight value between 0 and 1. Additionally, the third value allows you to set a threshold between 50 and 200, controlling the level of detail in the blending.
For example, --iw (1,1,0.5:100) means retaining 100% shape, 100% color, and 50% level of detail with a threshold of 100 in the blended result.
  • Threshold: Adjust the level of details by specifying a value between 50 and 200. Lower values capture intricate details, while higher values focus on main objects. Consider the GPU computation limits and use a threshold of 50 for logos, and 100-150 for photos and portraits.

Shape

The "Shape" feature in Quick QR Art allows you to control the retention of the shape from the original image, particularly useful for portrait images. Here's how it works:
  • Value: Set a value between 0 and 1 to determine the importance of shape. Keeping it at 1 retains the original shape from the image.
When creating QR Art with portraits or images that heavily rely on specific shapes, it's recommended to keep the shape value at 1. This ensures that the generated QR Art retains the original shape of the subject, resulting in more accurate and recognizable representations.
Experiment with different shape values to achieve the desired level of fidelity and artistic expression in your QR Art. Whether you want to emphasize the shape of a face, an object, or create abstract designs, adjusting the shape value allows for greater control over the final outcome.
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Output
Prompt
Base Image
Shape = 1 (default)
--iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Shape = 0.5
--iw (0.5,1,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Shape = 0
--iw (0,1,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260

Color

The "Color" feature allows you to control the retention of colors from the original image in your QR Art. Here's how it works:
  • Value: Set a value between 0 and 1 to determine the importance of colors. Keeping it at 1 retains all the colors from the image.
For vibrant and colorful QR Art, it's recommended to keep the color value at 1. This ensures that the generated QR Art preserves the original color palette of the image.
Experiment with different color values to achieve the desired effect in your QR Art. Whether you want vibrant and eye-catching designs or prefer a more minimalistic approach, adjusting the color value will help you achieve the desired outcome.
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Output
Prompt
Base Image
Color = 1 (default)
--iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Color = 0.5
--iw (1,0.5,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Color = 0
--iw (1,0,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260

Details

"Details" feature allows you to control the level of intricacy in your generated QR Art. Here's how it works:
  • Weight: Set a value between 0 and 1 to determine the importance of details from the image. Keeping it at 1 retains all the details.
  • Threshold: Specify a value between 50 and 200 to adjust the level of details. Lower values capture more intricate details, while higher values focus on the main objects.
For example, if you have a logo that requires intricate details, you can use a value like 1:50 (weight:threshold). This ensures the AI emphasizes capturing the logo's fine elements.
On the other hand, for photorealistic images, it's recommended to set a lower weight (e.g., 0.2) to avoid overwhelming the AI, while setting a threshold (e.g., 100) that emphasizes the main subject instead of the background.
Finding the right balance will help you achieve the desired outcome for your QR Art. Experiment with different weight and threshold values to discover the perfect combination.
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Output
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Base image
Details = 0 (default)
--iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 0.2:50
--iw (1,1,0.2:50) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 0.2:100
--iw (1,1,0.2:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 0.2:200
--iw (1,1,0.2:200) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 0.5:50
--iw (1,1,0.5:50) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 0.5:100
--iw (1,1,0.5:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 0.5:200
--iw (1,1,0.5:200) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 1:50
--iw (1,1,1:50) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 1:100
--iw (1,1,1:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
Details = 1:200
--iw (1,1,1:200) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 3912655842152260
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