How To Use Chaos in Midjourney

Are you trying to control the initial image grids? Learn how to do it with ease through the steps below.
How To Use Chaos in Midjourney

Midjourney offers different parameters to work with, each offering unique functionality. While you can control the image grids to your liking, you might not always get the desired results with the prompts alone.

In this guide, we will help you use --c or the --chaos parameter for this purpose with a demonstration for better understanding.

Use Chaos in Midjourney

  1. Start by navigating to Discord and accessing the input box associated with the Midjourney bot, channels, or its custom private server to enter the prompts and parameters through the /imagine command.
imagine command
  1. With the prompt entered, add --c or the --chaos parameter at the end. Before using it, know that the default value is 0 and can accept values between 0-100. Check out the syntax below for better understanding.
/imagine <enter your prompt> --c <chaos value>
  1. If you’re confused with the syntax, refer to the prompt in the image below. Here are the results for different chaos values.
Chaos 0
Chaos 10
Chaos 25
Chaos 50
Chaos 80
Chaos 100

Wrapping Up

Congratulations on learning how to use chaos in Midjourney!

If you notice the results, the image grid has been significantly varied with the increase in chaos values. In this scenario, knowing your requirements and using the respective chaos value for the best results is essential.

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