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--qrw (QR Weight)

Overview and instructions for using the --qrw parameter in Quick QR Art, allowing users to customize the emphasis and readability of their QR code in the generated image.

V1 (in use for /generate, /qrart and /quickqrart)

QR Weight (--qrw):
  • This parameter determines how much emphasis the final image will place on your QR code.
  • The default value is 0.8, but you can adjust it between 0 and 3. However, from our experiments QR Art has good range from 0.7 - 0.9 (try increase/decrease 0.05 each time until you can find the balance).
  • Higher values will make the QR code more prominent in the generated image.

V2 (only apply for /blend at the moment )

This parameter improves QR Art readability. Pass two values, with the first value being the main driver and the other as supporter.
Recommended: --qrw (0.8, 0.9) for visually appealing results. In situations where increasing the main driver value alone doesn't provide sufficient readability, adjusting the support value toward 3 can improve contrast and readability in the QR Art.
Avoid common mistakes:
  • For --qrw, use two values (e.g., --qrw (0.8, 0.9)) for proper contrast and readability.
Text
Output
Prompt
Base Image
--qrw (0.8,0.9) (default)
snow --iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (0.8,0.9) --blend 0.05 --seed 7376596062157470
--qrw (0.1,0.1)
snow --iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (0.1,0.1) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 7376596062157470
--qrw (0.6,0.4)
snow --iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (0.6,0.4) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 7376596062157470
--qrw (0.1,1)
snow --iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (0.1,1) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 7376596062157470
--qrw (1,0.1)
snow --iw (1,1,0:100) --qrw (1,0.1) --blend 0.05 --steps 16 --seed 7376596062157470